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Imagery and what goes into it
posted by matabraham - 7th of may, 2009
This is my first blog and I hope that I will get some pennies for my thoughts:) Well,I would like to jot down thoughts about elements of design and the like that catch my eye .Hope its useful! In India one sees a profusion of colors... More...
It’s Been Framed!
posted by raptormusic - 8th of october, 2008
Continuous advances in cameras, especially digital ones have made the science easier, so in theory anyone should be able to catch that perfect picture! I have to admit I was upset when digital cameras first came out and thought it... More...
Let's see your conceptual montages
posted by arenacreative - 15th of february, 2008
Here are a few that I've done in the past - I wish I had more time to start combining my huge library of art elements into some saleable conceptual montages. Would you guys like to share a few of yours? This is the spot to... More...
I need to upload more stuff
posted by bon4ire - 24th of september, 2007
I keep telling myself I need to upload more stuff. And I should. I've been delving into a lot of HD visuals lately. Is there any need for HD photos or 3D elements I can create? If it's 3D creation, I'd like to hear from others... More...
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