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Beginner's Guide to Digital Painting in Photoshop (Anglais) Broché – 12 décembre 2011


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  • Broché: 224 pages
  • Editeur : 3DTotal Publishing; Édition : Slp (12 décembre 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 9780955153075
  • ISBN-13: 978-0955153075
  • ASIN: 0955153077
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,1 x 30 x 1,5 cm
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Par ludo_si on 10 janvier 2014
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Chaque page est fantastique. Un livre à posséder. Plein de ressources et d'idées à la disposition des artistes. Un merveille å voir pour tout lecteur.

Un livre dont j'avais besoin car une source d'inspiration.
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I've been looking for a book like this for awhile! 25 janvier 2012
Par Pacucho - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I just received my copy of this book, and this book is amazing! I have purchased other books regarding tutorials and techniques for working in Photoshop, with the sole purpose of completing digital art. (Some of those books have come from 3D Total, the company behind this book as well.)

However, all of the other books have been written with the idea that the reader already has a good, solid understanding of how to work in Photoshop. The idea is, here are some tips and techniques to help one improve their ability and skills within Photoshop. This book is not like the previously mentioned class of digital art books. From the very first pages, the book starts out with basic principles and techniques on how to begin using Photoshop. You learn how to adjust the default settings in Photoshop and then how to setup your graphic tablet as well. From there the information continues, teaching someone how to go about using the tools found in Photoshop and eventually how to start creating one's own piece of digital art. There are even limited and brief sections on art theory and what makes a good piece, color, composition, etc.

After looking for many books related to learning digital art techniques, I am glad I risked the money and bought this book. This is by far the best book I have found for anyone looking to learn about digital art as a complete beginner.
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Great purchase, not only for beginners 23 février 2012
Par Seitora - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Received this book this week and I must say I am thoroughly happy with it. As I expected from the preview I've seen on 3DTotalPublishing's site, this book is not only intended for those just beginning to learn about painting in Photoshop, but instead presents rendering techniques valuable even for professional artists, like some of the artists presenting this book state(for example Kekai Kotaki from ArenaNet's "Guild Wars" and Daarken). Still, if you're looking for a more images-filled type of book this is not the one for you, since it goes in-depth providing a lot of written information and just the necessary amount of imagery. Each chapter of the main parts is written and illustrated by an artist who presents his own approach, but following the matter of study. You will also be provided with a reminder inside the book to download the accompanying resources for the tutorials in this book from 3DTotalPublishing's site(there you can also see a small format full preview for this book)

The book starts off with the basics: presenting the Photoshop workspace, optimizing it for your own needs and in accordance to your computer's resources, introducing the main features such as working with colors, brushes, textures, blending modes, how to establish composition, perspective and basic tonal values, using photographs for texturing or as matte painting bases, working with masks, wand tool, filters and more. Great insight for beginners and medium-level users of PS.

It continues with art fundamentals, where you will find a more in-depth presentation of what makes a painting good or great. Lighting, value, color, composition, perspective and depth, portraying emotions in your character or landscape and even storytelling. You will learn about the Fibonacci number and his "golden ratio", different types of perspective and much more. A very insightful chapter with extended text supported by just the right amount of images, as with the rest of this book.

A "complete project" chapter follows then, basically presenting you with the creation of a finished piece of digital painting using all the info previously presented in the book. Take it as a revision of some sorts, combined with an in-depth, step-by-step tutorial. Great for evaluating your own learning speed and process.

The book goes on to hands down type of practice, showing you how to create speed paintings dealing with SF character and landscapes, paint your piece using only tonal values of grays and only afterwards apply the color glazes, how to create a finished piece using elements of photos and combining them with digital painting - a technique known as matte painting, widely used in feature films' concept design -, and finally how to tackle fantasy landscapes, in this case an eery skull-canyon-like view overlooking a river and waterfall. Starting with this chapter and continuing until further you will probably see how the pages at which you find certain chapters don't coincide anymore with the pages given in the Contents page. Or at least that's how it is in my own copy's case.

The "Project overviews" chapter deals once again with step-by-step processes of different artists' finished pieces. Again the emphasis is more on text, but you get a decent amount of images also. Personally I appreciate the written part more, since it allows one to use the given techniques in his or her own way, without the pressure to make the final piece as likely in style as the artist's work.

"Quick tips" is an extremely well-made chapter in my opinion, presenting you with short and concise "how to" approaches on different tricky elements, such as trees, sandstorms, smoke, underwater, skin, make something look wet, all those detail things which make a painting come alive.

And finally the "Breakdown gallery" is the major eye-candy part of this book for those who were looking forward to it, you basically get step-by-step kind of tutorials containing only 5 images each - including the finished artwork -, so it's up to you to pay attention and observe since you don't get any text accompanying them. However, after a book packed full of text and information, you should be able to analyse and decipher what and how each artist used in every step in order to achieve the final result.

And that's about it. All in all a great book which offers you all the necessary information without cluttering too many pictures, allowing you to use the given tips in your own way and creating your own image, not just style-copies. Definitely worth its money and then some.
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This is the Holy Grail of Digital Painting 1 février 2012
Par Colonel Mustard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is the most comprehensive guide to painting in photoshop that I have read thus far. From setting up your workspace, to learning the fundaments of design, to developing your own style; this book has it all. It even has a section for techniques for painting common things such as clouds, fire, grass, and metal. For the price it is the only photoshop painters guide. Highly recomended.
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Illustration student recommends it 19 mai 2012
Par tavodu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have to say I was very reluctant to buy this book because of all the free tutorials you can already find online. If you are looking for step-by-step guides only, this book might disappoint you, and perhaps you should stick to the online tutorials only. This book is different, though. You will get advice not only on how to paint, but there is a lot of tips on actual design and composition which could be applied to analog painting as well. The book itself is of great quality; I also bought Digital Painting Techniques vol.3 and I'm planning on eventually buy more from 3dTotal; years ago I bought 3dTotal Textures to use with 3dSMax and they have never disappointed me.
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Best painting book I have ever found. 3 mars 2013
Par Jayce - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book was literally the only book I needed to take me from not knowing how to digitally paint to currently working as lead concept artist on a professional game development team. The depth of information contained in this single book is absolutely unbelievable, and teaches a range of techniques that is both broad and versatile, allowing the painter to create a variety of different kinds of work using only a few. Don't know how to use Photoshop? No worries. Most everything I know about the program comes from using this book. Granted, a Youtube tutorial or two can be beneficial if you have literally no idea how to use the program, but very little outside knowledge is required to instantly get to work learning the skills and insights contained in this book. It not only covers basic painting techniques, but also covers more advanced things like complex layering and photo compositing, which are techniques I use essentially every time I sit down to paint. I literally cannot over-hype this book. It is quite possibly the only book you will ever need to learn a deep level of foundational painting technique and skill in Photoshop. No, seriously, it's that good. If you have any doubts, don't. It's worth five times as much as it costs.
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