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ISBN:0201775735
Author: Barbara Obermeier,Ted Padova
ISBN13: 978-0201775730
Title: Adobe(R) Master Class: Illustrator(R) Illuminated (Master Class (Adobe))
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Language: English
Category: Graphics and Design
Publisher: Adobe Press (December 19, 2002)
Pages: 336

Adobe(R) Master Class: Illustrator(R) Illuminated (Master Class (Adobe)) by Barbara Obermeier,Ted Padova



Adobe(R) Master Class: I. .has been added to your Cart. In this book, you'll see how some of the world's most successful commercial artists use Adobe Illustrator, their personal style, and good business sense to create artwork that shows up in such high-profile places as murals for the Winter Olympics, children's books, UNICEF greeting cards, and the entire surface of the Microsoft Discovery Bus. The interviews in this book take you inside the studios and the minds of 15 master artists

Adobe Master Class : Illustrator Illuminated. by Ted Padova and Clay Andres. Select Format: Paperback. This is recommended for those who consider using Adobe Illustrator for their design and want to learn how other professionals have utilized the software for their projects. Teen and Young Adult. Literature & Fiction. Mystery & Thriller.

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He also coauthored Adobe Master Class: Illustrator Illuminated and wrote Adobe Reader 7 Revealed: Working Effectively with Acrobat PDF Files for Peachpit/Adobe Press. Dedication Barbara Obermeier: For Gary, Kylie, and Lucky, who constantly remind me of what’s really important in life. Ted Padova: For Arnie.

This text is a compendium of expert techniques and advice from leading artists and designers working. It presents 12 case studies of how contemporary working artists use Illustrator to create logos, advertisements, corporate brochures and technical illustrations. The book focuses closely on each artist's single work, detailing the hows, This text is a compendium of expert techniques and advice from leading artists and designers working on real projects with real deadlines. It presents 12 case studies of how contemporary working artists use Illustrator to create logos, advertisements, corporate brochures and technical illustrations

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ADOBE® MASTER CLASS: ILLUSTRATOR® Inspiring artwork and tutorials by established and emerging artists Curated by Sharon Milne This Adobe Press book is published by Peachpit, a division of Pearson Education. For the latest on Adobe Press books, go to ww. dobepress. For Paul and the girls: Sam, Shelley, and Super Harls. You keep me sane and always loved. Adobe master class illustrator. Foreword, vii Introduction, viii Svetlana Makarova, 4. Justin Currie, 64.

Authors: Barbara Obermeier & Ted Padova ISBN: 0201775735. Photo Information for Adobe Master Class Illustrator Illuminated. View photo EXIF information.

While all the people showcased are certainly talented. The choices of illustrations to feature left me cold. This is NOT the best of the best. This is more reminiscent of the work done by first year students.

Illustrator Inspiring artwork and tutorials by established and emerging artists. Curated by one of Adobe's and the Illustrator community's premiere Illustrator mavens, Sharon Milne, this book features an inspiring collection of innovative Illustrator artists and their amazing artwork. The illustrations represent a mix of techniques and styles and are field-defining works that demonstrate technical excellence and awe-inspiring aesthetics.

It takes more than great software to make great artwork. It also requires a talented artist. In this book, you'll see how some of the world's most successful commercial artists use Adobe Illustrator, their personal style, and good business sense to create artwork that shows up in such high-profile places as murals for the Winter Olympics, children's books, UNICEF greeting cards, and the entire surface of the Microsoft Discovery Bus.

The interviews in this book take you inside the studios and the minds of 15 master artists. They talk about how to get work done, what inspires them, what they do when they're stuck, and the career path that led them to where they are today. Each artist also takes you step by step through a specific piece of art, passing along practical tips and techniques. Simply thumbing through the pages of this beautifully illustrated book is inspiring. Each artist has included a gallery full of his or her best work, which ranges widely, from maps, dishes, magazine illustrations, and T-shirts to animation and billboards.

Reviews: 3
Narder
If you are looking for an Illustrator book in the WOW! sense of things...this one is NOT for you. This is not a how-to book. It's more of profiles of people who utilized Adobe Illustrator for their work. The people profiled talk about a few projects they worked on, how they did certain parts of that work but really, the book is focused more on how the selected designers use Illustrator as a way to communicate their art ideas and so forth. This is recommended for those who consider using Adobe Illustrator for their design and want to learn how other professionals have utilized the software for their projects.
Thundershaper
I'm a big fan of the WOW! computer graphics books, but after quickly glancing at Illustrator Illuminated at my local book store, I decided to try it. I've read almost all of it, and am disappointed in its content. The WOW! books are extemely detailed in the instruction they give regarding a particular procedure; this book gives very general instruction, skipping steps and leaving many questions unanswered. Perhaps the artists didn't want to divulge ALL of their creative secrets, or there just wasn't enough room. Some of the screen shots are small enough to need a magnifying glass, which renders them relatively useless. The book has the feeling that it was thrown together hastily; the introduction mentions the tight deadline they had to get the book to print. It's obvious. It isn't terribly thought-out, there are typos and the text tends to be repititious. One interesting feature: each artist describes something they would like Illustrator to include. I appreciated the more fanciful responses!
Mavegelv
I recall that when I was first starting to use Illustrator some 4 odd years ago, this book was very helpful. Not because it is a how-to book per se, but because it shows you what is possible to accomplish in Illustrator. It showcases illustrators and has a tutorial on a technique the artist uses.
And after all that time, this is the only Illustrator book I would still pick up, especially since most of the other Illustrator books I've seen sadly rehash the same tutorials over and over.