This is the final poster for the function. Its movie style poster and i might do a vertical version of it. Please do give your valuable critics which would be better to refine my designs. Soon to launch the website for the function.
phew! spending too much time on designing for our college program. These are some of the designs for a teaser and sponsor guide. Thnx to the photos i took from stock xpert, love to credit them plz let me know if the element used is yours. Soon to write a tutorial on creating this teaser. Hope it will help someone. Comments required to refine my designs.. love u all..😉
Teaser for the short film fest “BimBam”
Sponsor guide for the same
Sponsor guide inside contents
Bert Monroy : http://www.bertmonroy.com/
He is one of the best digital artist among the PS geeks.
I consider myself a Hyper-realist artist. I love to paint. I use the word paint for lack of a better word. My medium is actually light. I have a passion for making things happen on the screen. Finding a new way of doing something and finding a new room in my imagination is what I love about the work. – bert monroy
It is a panorama of the Damen Station on the Blue Line of the Chicago Transit Authority.
Adobe Illustrator was used for generating the majority of the basic shapes as well as all the buildings in the Chicago skyline.
The rest was created in Photoshop.
The image size is 40 inches by 120 inches.
The flattened file weighs in at 1.7 Gigabytes.
It took eleven months (close to 2,000 hours) to create.
The painting is comprised of close to fifty individual Photoshop files.
Taking a cumulative total of all the files, the overall image contains over 15,000 layers.
Over 500 alpha channels were used for various effects.
Over 250,000 paths make up the multitude of shapes throughout the scene.
Nik Ainley (U.K) : http://www.shinybinary.com/
Adhemas Batista (Brazil) : http://www.adhemas.com/
One of the best illustrators. found some of his interesting illustration.
Derek Lea (Canada) : http://www.dereklea.com/
you can also find this tutorial in computerarts.
Ian Keltie (U.K) : http://www.iankeltie.com/
Joan Charmant : http://www.joancharmant.com/
Joshua M. Smith : http://www.hydro74.com/
Justin M. Maller (Australia) : http://www.superlover.com.au/
Another perfect use of typography…
Credits : rightful owners of the design works and abduzeedo.com for these great links.