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Adobe Illustrator CS2 Gone Wild

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Hang on tight Illustrator is about to blow you away. In fact, using the advanced techniques in this book, you could transform a photo of yourself to look as if that was literally happening. Achieve over-the-top visuals including type on a 3D spiral, exaggerated dot patterns that create comic book characters inspired by Roy Lichtenstein, Escher-esque shapes in simulated 3D, hip-hop type, amazing animation,effects that would make Andy Warhol proud—more than fifty in all, and each one described step by step and ...

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Overview

Hang on tight Illustrator is about to blow you away. In fact, using the advanced techniques in this book, you could transform a photo of yourself to look as if that was literally happening. Achieve over-the-top visuals including type on a 3D spiral, exaggerated dot patterns that create comic book characters inspired by Roy Lichtenstein, Escher-esque shapes in simulated 3D, hip-hop type, amazing animation,effects that would make Andy Warhol proud—more than fifty in all, and each one described step by step and illustrated in breathtaking color. Build upon what you already know about Illustrator to:

  • See how exotic effects can be modified and applied in various situations
  • Learn to map artwork onto 3D illustrations, a process that can be used in architectural renderings or newsletters
  • Discover Illustrator's almost limitless fill options and ways to use them
  • Create liquid type, a wide variety of photographic effects, and fantasy automotive detailing
  • Render complex illustrations from traced photos using Live Paint
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764598593
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/10/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 255
  • Product dimensions: 8.04 (w) x 9.98 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Meet the Author

David Karlins is a graphic and interactive design consulting, teacher, and author. His books include Digital Sports Photography: Take Winning Shots Every Time by Serge Timacheff, Total Digital Photography: The Shoot to Print Workflow Handbook, and PC Magazine Printing Great Digital Photos.

David teaches Illustrator, web design, and digital video at San Francisco State University Multimedia Studies Center. Visit him at www.davidkarlins.com, as well as this book’s web site, www.illustratorgonewild.com.

Lead illustrator Bruce Hopkins has been working as a freelance illustrator since 1989. His illustration work has worked has morphed over time from textile design to digital illustration for technical manuals. Bruce has pioneered the use of Illustrator in fine artwork, ranging from “Space” series (done with Adobe Illustrator) to landscapes (both real and imaginary), and traditional figure studies. Check out his site, www.bkhopkins.com.

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Table of Contents

1 All would up : 3d rotation and extrusion 2
2 Fills and thrills 40
3 Bent out of shapes 64
4 Bipolar photo effects 88
5 Fresh outta the blender 108
6 Blends on speed 134
7 Illegal wheels 158
8 Post big-bang type 170
9 Cosmic typefaces 194
10 Live paint on parole 210
11 Wild Web and animation 224
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