Advanced Photoshop No.140

Advanced Photoshop is the perfect magazine for honing already great Photoshop skills. Each issue is packed full of inspiring interviews and challenging tutorials, tailor-made for the more advanced digital artist. Whether you’re a Photoshop professional or simply aspiring to be one, Advanced Photoshop will help you perfect your art. Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
Frequency:
Back issue only
£4.48

in this issue

7 min
snask

ABOUT THE STUDIO SNASK www.snask.com @snasksthlm Snask is the internationally renowned rockstar creative agency that creates the heart and soul of brands. They create new brands and rejuvenate old ones. Snask stands out from the sea of studios producing computer-generated, wholly digital, imagery to wow clients. Instead, the Swedish creative agency like to work with their hands, crafting, creating and building unique works of art that are taken into the digital environment towards the end of the process. This means that no two projects are ever quite the same and the result is that the clients they work with get something completely unlike anything that their peers could produce – making Snask a very popular agency indeed. In order to create such grand, quirky and off-the-cuff artwork, the founding members had a very clear vision…

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1 min
then and now

Dubai 2040 is an old image of Abdesselam’s, while Ark-scape is recent. “What I like about them is the fact that you can create a whole new cityscape concept, mixing 3D with photographs (also called camera mapping). The most challenging and fun part was not only blending colors from photographs and 3D renderings, but also how you can make everything getting along within a perspective’s almost perfect vanishing point.” The new tools within Photoshop CC have made it much easier for Abdesselam to achieve things that were “very difficult if not impossible” before. “Like taking out the haze with one click, forcing photographs to fit in, shape and colour wise, re-sizing photographs without losing the quality and so on. I am taking less time doing things with much better quality.”…

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2 min
nature and technology monika rogalinska

Monika Rogali›ska (ajgiel.deviantart.com) is an 18-year-old high school student from Poland. “Drawing was always my hobby and I [have been] doing it since I was little kid,” she explains. “I’m mostly self-taught in digital painting. I [go] to an art school, but they teach us only a very traditional approach to art, so I have to make my digital paintings on my own. I make them just for my own enjoyment now, but I hope one day I’ll be able to do it as a job.” Nature And Technology is one of the pieces that she has made for her own personal practice, and even at such a young age it shows the fantastic quality of her work. “I was inspired by the album Biophilia by Björk,” she says. “It’s electronic music,…

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3 min
photoshop fix revealed at apple keynote

September has come to be Apple’s month of choice when it comes to the revealing of new products and updates that will be released in time for Christmas. And often with the announcement of upgrades for the ever-popular iPad comes something new and exciting from Adobe too. The latest Keynote event was no different, with a whole host of new updates to the Apple Watch, as well a brand new member of the iPad family, updates to the Apple TV and the reveal of the new Apple Pencil, the company’s first ever stylus for use with its tablet. Adobe too revealed a new product, in the form of Photoshop Fix, a new app. Photoshop Fix is a new retouching app for the Creative Cloud family, and it was built with the new…

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1 min
the ipad pro

Apple used to have a reputation for being the first to the market with a revolutionary idea. Things have changed since the days of Steve Jobs though and what Apple are more renowned for these days is releasing products that are inspired by others, and often trumping them in terms of style and efficiency. Apple might not be the first to market anymore, but they still dominate and in the eyes of the consumer, they’re the ultimate across the board, technology-wise. The iPad Pro is no different. Its new AX9 chip means that this iPad is faster and more competent at multitasking, and with an incredible new resolution of 2732 x 2048, that gives a pixel density of 264.68: roughly equal to 5.6 million pixels. It’s more equipped to deal…

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2 min
picking flowers christina ellis

Christina Ellis (skellopia.com) graduated in 2010 and worked at Moonbot Studios until 2015, now she’s a freelance illustrator playing with children’s books and indie comics. A passion for drawing and the mystical drives her creativity, she says, “I’ve been drawing since I could remember, surrounding myself with dinosaurs, dragons, and ghosts. I never really grew out of that, but luckily it worked to my advantage!” “This is my version of a unicorn for a story I’m working on. I was playing with how unicorns are associated with virgins. This unicorn dislikes humans, but collects young girls, knowing that they can’t make more humans if he keeps them young forever in the forest and loyal to his cause. He removes their hearts and replaces them with tree leaves. Scandinavian and Japanese folklore…

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