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  • vectoranvil
    Reply to Seeking critique for some of my artworks
    vectoranvil
    Thank you.

    Elmore: I agree about the draftmanship, the more I go outside tracing a photo 1:1 the more it shows. Will work on the hands.
    PanToshi: Perhaps I should go to some other...
    Today, 04:05 AM
  • B
    Reply to Seeking critique for some of my artworks
    B
    I like them. You're better at these sorts of illustrations that I've ever been.
    Today, 02:57 AM
  • Elmore
    Reply to Seeking critique for some of my artworks
    Elmore
    Very impressive. However, when I look closely,
    1st post - Undina
    3 - (Hearing) Color
    reveal some weak draftsmanship, particularly in the hands....
    Today, 02:49 AM
  • Kayekaye
    Reply to LOGO FEEDBACK
    Kayekaye
    Yes the two words did turn out nice, aside from the l and s not touching and the F not being entirely readable at first glance. The rest of it has a lot of concerns....
    Today, 01:48 AM
  • PanToshi
    Reply to Seeking critique for some of my artworks
    PanToshi
    Neat stuff, but not graphic design per se, more digital art which is more subjective and thus hard to critique. I like your line work pieces much more than the vector polygon one - the Japanese-esque...
    Yesterday, 11:40 PM

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  • Indesign Books + Illustrator

    Hey....I just bought Indesign CS2 and Illustrator CS2 and i was looking for 2 good books that would help me in actually learning the programs.......would like some suggestions please


    thankx

  • #2
    all the classroom in a book series are excellent, not cheap, but you will learn alot by sitting down and doing the projects step by step; another one just for inspiration with illy is "The Adobe Illustrator CS2 WOW! Book,". It has freebies included in the disc along with the files to take apart and explore, a really good resource and training tool.
    Good Luck!

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    • #3
      those are good choices.. and if you want some side tutorials.. go to the resource section which will give you loads of links to some fab tutorials.. adobe site also has a lot of guidance = free!
      i love work...
      ... i can sit and watch it all day

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      • #4
        A lot of it comes down to preference (flip through some books at the book store and see which ones look as if they might be useful to you) ... I generally prefer the visual quickstart books, but it's been a while since I've purchased any in that series.
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