Superyacht Render Photoshop - CS4

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by monrosm@shrewsb, Dec 11, 2010.

  1. monrosm@shrewsb
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  2. Andrus
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    Andrus Junior Member

    nice video. Would really love to see a slower version of it to learn more how you work with Photoshop.
     
  3. monrosm@shrewsb
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    Rendering

    Thank you Andrus


    It's really hard to slow it all down as YouTube only allows 10 mins (although this video is half that time) the full length version is an hour, but im not sure there is anywhere to upload that on the web???

    Ill try my best to answer any questions you might have about Photoshop Rendering!
     
  4. Andrus
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    I am a real beginner with Photoshop. Currently learning basic things and are really interested learning more.

    I dont know any video site either that allows an hour time, though youtube does allow it for certain publishers.

    Looking forward to seeing more videos:)

    thanks.
     
  5. Dirteater
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    Hi Andrus,
    I believe the way for you to go, if you can, is to "Night School".
    Up until 4 years ago I was a Desktop Publisher for 15 years.
    Photoshop is a "huge" program. Even though I have degrees in
    Graphic Arts and Desktop Publishing... Night School was a constant
    necessity to stay updated with the program(s) upgrades and features.

    that said,
    I also believe three progressive night school classes,
    (IE; Desktop I through III.) and that video will be a piece of cake for you. But it does indeed take dedication. I enjoyed the process all those years.

    good luck and hit the books ...:mad::D
     

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    Andrus Junior Member

    Thanks. planning on taking few courses from January.
     
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