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Adobe Master Class: Illustrator Inspiring Artwork and Tutorials by Established and Emerging Artists Paperback – 28 Dec 2012

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ChewedKandi is the moniker of freelance Illustrator Sharon Milne. She lives in Newcastle Upon Tyne in the United Kingdom and is obsessed in the scalable medium of vector. Her art has been featured in a variety places including Adobe Illustrator, Abduzeedo, deviantART, Digital Artist Magazine, Noupe Design Blog, Sublime Rush, VecTips and VectorTuts+. She currently writes tutorials and articles on a regular basis for one of the largest vector websites on the web, VectorTuts+ and creates artwork for commercial and private clients. Previous clients include: Adobe, and Smashing Magazine. She also volunteers over on deviantART in a mentor capacity as a Community Volunteer.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
It's inspiring alright 22 Jun 2013
By April - Published on
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I'm familiar with vector work but not to the point of what some of these artist can do. It's great to look at the images.

However, if you're thinking that this book is gonna give detailed tutorials then you're out of luck. The tutorials are great but not for beginners and some are not clear. And only some of the artist give tutorials not all (which is understandable).
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Annoying and repetitive 30 Nov 2013
By D. Klecan - Published on
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There are so few books for Illustrator users (compared to Photoshop) that I purchase every book that is released. My expectations are always so high. However, I've had this book for a while and I really want to like it, but every time I open it it irritates me more and more. Yes, the images are wonderful, yes, the the artists are inspiring, but much of the work is repetitive. I feel like I am looking at the portfolios of a group of fellow graduate students. It seems like they were all given the same assignments throughout their art school years. Two styles abound in this book: 1. Dark, swirly fantasy, fairy tale-based look (pages 48, 66, 68, 93, 155 and 101). or 2. Flat, shadowless comic/cartoon look based on manga and/or swedish folk art (pages 188, 174, 170, 164, 147, 144, 139, 50, and 23).

Ironically Milne's work/tutorial of a cat is the only unique piece in this entire volume. The images I would have liked to have had as tutorials are featured on the cover page, the boy and the puppy in a soft pink landscape, a piece that looks very un-Illustrator and the owl using negative space pattern for it's tummy.

Tutorials. I am an advanced Illustrator user and I had a hard time following the tutorials. Hey, Adobe Press, did anyone "beta-test" them? I read the tutorial on page 38 several times and I still don't follow the opacities and "cut-ins" Are they written in the artist native tongue, then translated?

I have to give "5 stars" to the artist Makarova on page 5. I loved the wedding dress' cloud texture. I emailed her asking how she did it and she was kind enough to not only send me the instructions but also a small piece of the file so I could follow her instructions. If everyone in this book was as forthcoming as Makarova, this book would have received a 5 star!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
no tutorials 15 April 2014
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great inspiring artwork, nice to look at nothing I could not find on line, the real problem was there are no real tutorials, a paragraph on how someone created a image does not make a tutorial.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Just bad. 17 Nov 2013
By Radek - Published on
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Nothing to learn from here. Some illustations showcased in this book (less than half, thankfully) use the same techniques, which is pointless if you approach this publication as a source of tips and inspiration.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
This might appeal more to younger viewers in terms of the art work presented. 11 Feb 2013
By M. Jenner - Published on
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But personally, I didn't care for the look of most of the art work. The details as far as their working process seemed rather brief too. If someone wanted to duplicate the look, I think they would have a hard time using the minimal information given.
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