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Jason Layug

Pixel2Life Forum -> Photoshop Tutorials - 0 views

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    A little forum full of helpful posts on techniques and tutorials on creating signatures, designs, etc.
Jason Layug

Cool forum signatures photoshop tutorials - Forum sigs - 0 views

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    Take interest in creating sagnatures? Here is a very useful site for all those sig makers out there! From tutorials to tips and tricks.
Jason Layug

Photoshop Signature Effects Tutorials - 0 views

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    Forum much? If so, here are some cool signature tutorials to assist you in making your dream sig!
Jason Layug

100 wonderful photo effects Photoshop tutorials - 0 views

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    A gigantic range of Photoshop effects that will get your photos or pictures looking amazing!
Joshjua Tangitau

Create a Collage using Photoshop - 0 views

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    Learn how to blend images or photos and create a collage with them using Photoshop. Mostly used for making headers of a website.
Joshjua Tangitau

Beyond the obvious: The art of writing a caption - 0 views

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    A caption in its simplest form is the the title of an image but usually we mean a bit more. A full caption takes the form of descriptive text, usually a few sentences.
Joshjua Tangitau

Lens Flare Filter Tips | Videos | Planet Photoshop - 0 views

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    how to add a lens flare to your image
Joshjua Tangitau

How To: Interpret Art - 0 views

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    Learn to appreciate and interpret art with Lifehack's well-written tutorial for newbie art aficionados Tips to keep in mind give
Joshjua Tangitau

How to Interpret Abstract Art - Art Appreciation & Fine Arts - 0 views

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    Do you ask yourself any of these questions?\n\nWhat is abstract art? Is it the same thing as Modern Art? How can I interpret and evaluate a piece of abstract art? Can it have a subject or a meaning? Are there different types of abstract art?\n\nIf you want to discover the answers, and ask more questions, this course is for you!\n\nAbstraction is not a style of art, like for example, Baroque or Cubism. It is, rather, about the subject matter and our reading of it. An artist expressing the beauty of a landscape can paint a picture of the landscape, but how can an artist make a piece of artwork about an emotion such as fear, or an idea such as purity, or a quality of a painting such as shape, weight or rhythm? It might be worth considering your expectations of some other art forms; music and dance for example\n\nThe art critic Herbert Read wrote in 1931, �We must not be afraid of this word �abstract�. All art is primarily abstract�. But many people are afraid of abstract art, and feel that it is alien territory! In this course we will approach abstract art via art with which we, perhaps, feel more comfortable and learn to extend our skills of interpretation and understanding. We will also make sure that terms bandied around in art speak such as �abstract, �figurative�, �realism�, �representational� are clearly defined.\n\nWe will explore what we mean by realism and abstraction in Western art by looking at images from the ancient Egyptians, through Classical art, early Christian and Mediaeval art, to the Renaissance, until the late 19th century. We will then explore the break with convention in Modernism, look at experiments with colour and form in the early Modern era, and at some of the key ideas of the first abstract artists.\n\nWe will examine the historical, social and political context of early Modernism, against the backdrop of rapid industrialization, the Bolshevik revolution and the years leading to the great war.\n\nAbstract Ar
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