Posts Tagged ‘photoshop’
Posted July 12th, 2012 No Comments

If you’re even half as enthusiastic about wildlife as I am, you’ll love this one – a speed painting created in Photoshop by Edward McEvenue. It took him roughly 24 hours to complete this wonderful painting.

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Posted February 22nd, 2010 2 Comments

Photoshop_logo.svg It’s not often that a technology product, even a successful one, enters the language as a verb. Some of us google, but nobody iPhones, Excels, or HDMIs.

But by remaining influential over a history that now spans 20 years, Photoshop software has achieved a place in the English language.

Over its two decades, it grew from a single black-and-white image-editing package to a multi-product franchise, a starring member of Adobe Systems’ Creative Suite line, and, of course, a verb.

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Posted September 29th, 2009 2 Comments

Cintiq12WXI have nothing special on the menu today, so I wanted to talk a little about speed painting. For those of you who don’t know what speed painting is all about I have posted a little explanation further down. If you want to master the art of speed painting you have to practice for years, by hand on paper and infront of the computer.

Speed Painting demands a lot of  patience and a lot of artsy skills. A lot of beginners think they will master this artform in a matter of weeks or months. Unfortunately that’s not the case. There is a reason why digital artists get paid big bucks for their projects :)

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