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Adobe Illustrator Eye Tutorial Adobe Illustrator Eye Tutorial(0)

A detailed tutorial on making a beautiful eye


Vector Art and Design Vector Art and Design(0)

Depending on your location, choose the fastest server to download.PNG do not need to download , Just save the image.

All the materials uploaded by net friends. Only learning.All The vector mentioned are the property of their respective owners, and are either freeware, shareware, demo versions or public domain. The licence mentioned above the download button is just an indication. Please check the indicated author’s website for details. Regards, Sultan Yaqub

Photoshop Tutorial To Enhance Photos and Still Keeping Skin Pores Photoshop Tutorial To Enhance Photos and Still Keeping Skin Pores(0)

Photoshop Tutorial To Enhance Photos and Still Keeping Skin Pores

25 Photoshop Techniques Every Designer Must Know 25 Photoshop Techniques Every Designer Must Know(0)

One of the best things about Photoshop is that you never stop learning. There are countless tips and tricks to help boost your productivity and work flow some are obvious and easy to find while some you have to dig a little to seek them out. In this post I’m going to reveal 25 of the best advanced techniques to help you design faster and better within Adobe Photoshop.

Create Your Photos like Comic Art Create Your Photos like Comic Art(0)

New to Photoshop? Another fine and easy tutorial of enhancing your image into a comic art style within minutes…

heres the link to it….

Disco lights and Glitter – Photoshop Disco lights and Glitter – Photoshop(1)

Disco Glitter lights done is Adobe Photoshop, a perfect example showing glass and reflections if you were to do it in photoshop. Download, try it or modify it. use your own color theme to make it even better…

3d Softwares in the making of Avatar – Wallpaper & Models Download 3d Softwares in the making of Avatar – Wallpaper & Models Download(1)

Avatar has captured the imagination of millions of people from around the globe. Creating a completely new world from scratch, one with hundreds of species of flora and fauna and breathtaking landscapes is a daunting task that Cameron completed with flying colors. Let’s see what companies and software were involved.

Although usually only big names like Weta Digital or ILM are mentioned in the making of high-budget CGI, there are always tens of companies involved (possibly hundreds considering that work often gets outsourced), with thousands of digital artists, 3d modelers, animators and compositors working to bring the script to live.

For Avatar, these are the companies credited for the visual effects:

  • Weta Digital, New Zealand (most of the work, character modeling, animation, rendering)
  • Industrial Light and Magic, USA (180 non-character shots, mostly the human aircraft in the final battle)
  • Stan Winston Studios (most of the props, including the Ampsuit and the Samson helicopter)
  • Framestore, UK (70 shots of the Hell’s Gate)
  • Hybride, Canada (graphics for the link room)
  • Prime Focus, USA (design and compositing of the control room screens, HUDs, etc)
  • Look Effects, USA (compositing)
  • Hydraulx, USA (digital extension shots of crematoria and cryovault)
  • Giant Studios, USA (motion capture)
  • Blur, USA (4 space shots of ISV Venture Star)
  • Pixel Liberation Front, USA (screens and HUD design)BUF (the conscience-transfer tunnel)
  • Lola VFX, USA (digital cosmetic)

And here are the main software used:

  • Autodesk Maya
  • Pixar Renderman for Maya
  • Autodesk SoftImage XSI
  • Luxology Modo (model design, e.g. the Scorpion)Lightwave (low-res realtime environments)
  • Houdini (unknown area)
  • ZBrush (creature design)
  • Auodesk 3ds max (space shots, control room screens and HUD renderings)
  • Autodesk MotionBuilder (for real-time 3d visualisations)
  • Eyeon Fusion (image compositing)
  • The Foundry Nuke Compositor (previz image compositing)
  • Autodesk Smoke (color correction)
  • Autodesk Combustion (compositing)
  • Massive (vegetation simulation)
  • Mudbox (floating mountains)
  • Avid(video editing)
  • Adobe After Effects (compositing, real-ime visualizations)
  • PF Track (motion tracking, background replacement)
  • Adobe Illustrator (HUD and screens layout)
  • Adobe Photoshop (concept art, textures)
  • Adobe Premiere (proofing, rough compositing with AE)

Countless plugins for each platform, some of them Ocula for Nuke, Ktakatoa for 3ds max, Sapphire for Combustion/AE.
The list of tools is not exhaustive and you can see there’s overlap in capabilities, depending on each company’s pipeline.

This 3D model of avatar can be download from here

Final Architectural Visualization Riffa Clock Final Architectural Visualization Riffa Clock(1)

Riffa Clock Tower final render. Modelled, textured and rendered in 3dsmax 9. Later the background sky was added in Photoshop CS2.
 The beauty of 3d is this building can be rendered/rotated and seen from any angle possible. Test renders of the 3d scene while i was working on it.
  I aslo did a Artitectural Visulaztion of a Palace design in which i used some elements from the Riffa Clock Tower, Bahrain. High resolution 300 dpi versions of this image are availbe upon request.


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