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Hit me with some... art!

Gibbon

TRIBE Member
Friday was my first day of electronic graphics class (ie. photoshop). My teacher walked by my comp, "Oh you aren't doing the tutorial?" "Oh.. yeah.. I wasn't paying any attention." No wonder my teachers hate me.

Anyway this is what I doodled instead:



So hit me with your art! Errr.. your OWN art.. not someone elses!

Peter
 

d.code

TRIBE Member
I rarely touched photoshop. But photoshop 6 changed my mind! Its vector bassed (about fucking time!) and its a wicked program!

cheers
Tyler
 

KiFe

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by d.code:
I rarely touched photoshop. But photoshop 6 changed my mind! Its vector bassed (about fucking time!) and its a wicked program!

cheers
Tyler
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Actually... techincally, photoshop 6 is NOT vector based. It remains the number one pixel/raster based image manipulation software in the industry. Altho photoshop 6 does facilitate text amongst other functions that work best using vector technology, the software is still BASED in a pixel/raster environment.

Just a lil tidbit.

ill post some work later in the week

peas

 
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d.code

TRIBE Member
^^ I figured as much because there were somethings that just wernt as acurate as a real vector based program. Photoshop HAS to be pixal based pretty much intill they come up with something so crazy we all shit our pants.

Cheers
Tyler
 

KiFe

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by d.code:
^^ I figured as much because there were somethings that just wernt as acurate as a real vector based program. Photoshop HAS to be pixal based pretty much intill they come up with something so crazy we all shit our pants.

Cheers
Tyler
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Photoshop has been and ALWAYS will be raster based.

If you want excellent vector manipulation software, use illustrator. sounds like you're asking photoshop to do things for you that illustrator could do easily.

use illustrator.

when i do logo design, i do it all in illustrator.

(the right tool for the job yes?)


 
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pr0nstar

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Gibbon:
What part of "post some art" includes a photoshop vs. illustrator discussion? :p

Peter
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You must be new to Tribe.
 

KiFe

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Gibbon:
What part of "post some art" includes a photoshop vs. illustrator discussion? :p

Peter
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Blingbot. Created in softimage|3D


Pencil, colour pencil


Markers, pencil, colour pencil.

 
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Plato

TRIBE Member
watercolour rose



inspired by japanese wood block prints

vista del volcan de cerro verde






this was my first time working with lino block printing.

p[l]a+0
 

Plato

TRIBE Member
um, japanese woodblock influence refers to volcano prints

sorry about the size to those on dial ups

you should know better than to open a picture/art thread

p[l]a+0
 

Fir3start3r

TRIBE Member
Nice stuff Kife!
You do those? I think I read somewhere you were a graffix type guy so I'm assuming they are...
What type of system do you use?
 

KiFe

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Fir3start3r:
Nice stuff Kife!
You do those? I think I read somewhere you were a graffix type guy so I'm assuming they are...
What type of system do you use?
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I run a dual P!!! 800 with 512 ram.

Need to upgrade still tho... or at least reformat everything so that it runs at peak performance again.


 
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d.code

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Photoshop has been and ALWAYS will be raster based.

If you want excellent vector manipulation software, use illustrator. sounds like you're asking photoshop to do things for you that illustrator could do easily.

use illustrator.

when i do logo design, i do it all in illustrator.

(the right tool for the job yes?) </font>
Ive been using illustrator for as long as I have had a computer actually. Its a wicked program- and Im loving the new photoshop because it works in alot of the same ways as photoshop.

Cheers
Tyler
 

KiFe

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by d.code:
Ive been using illustrator for as long as I have had a computer actually. Its a wicked program- and Im loving the new photoshop because it works in alot of the same ways as photoshop.

Cheers
Tyler
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Agreed...Doing graphics with heavy text content is SOOOOOOOO MUCH EASYER thanks to photoshop 6's vector text tool. And it's light on the system resources too (at higher resolution images)


Photoshop = The best program ever created. EVER.


IMHO
 

d.code

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">yes photoshop does work a lot like photoshop</font>
FUCK

I meant Illustrator you brute.

Photoshop 6 is amazing! Its ALMOST vector based but not quite! I love everything about photoshop 6. "Save for Web" brings tears to my eyes.

Cheers
Tyler
 

Plato

TRIBE Member




the lighting, clubphoto, and the fact i do not have a panoramic setting on my digital camera soooo do not do this justice, but there it is.

2 more legs and one more shoe to finish and it'll finally be done.

then i can sontinue with this one



i tired using flash to make it brighter and make the board comeout white and not piss yellow, but i have sanded the gesso on it down to such a high gloss surface that it is like a mirror, so the flash was reflected back.

p[l]a+0 &lt;--knows he warped up the thread. doesnt care.
 
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