Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Creating Commercial Illustrations.
- So there, now you know how to create…all these different elements for commercial illustrations.…Now you might never have to do a nail polish bottle…but that little glimmer on the edge of the glass,…that could be just the answer you're looking for…for something you're faced with at work.…If you go to my page on lynda.com…you're going to see a lot…of other courses that are available.…I strongly suggest Pixel Playground…which has a 10 minute recess every Friday,…that comes out, and it has a start to finish…quick piece that only takes 10 minutes.…There's other things that are there,…my dreamscapes and my paintings,…all that kind of stuff that you can learn.…
If you go to search for me…and you go way down to the bottom here…you'll start finding other people's work,…where you'll see their techniques and what they do…and the different programs that are available to you.…Now, it's a question of just going in there…and learning the ins and outs of all the programs.…But what's more important is that once you learn these…
- Creating a lamp
- Adding realistic lighting
- Adding a wood texture to flooring
- Creating metal grills, bolts, and buttons
- Creating a cutaway view
- Adding shadows and reflections to glass
- Colorizing artwork
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop CC Essential Training (2013)with Julieanne Kost14h 58m Beginner
Technical Illustration: Creating a Cutawaywith Brad Neal1h 41m Intermediate
1. Magazine Cover
2. Temperature Control Unit
3. Nail Polish Bottle
4. Eye Shadow Compact
Next steps1m 2s
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