Digital Expressions: Creating Digital Art with Adobe Photoshop Elements Paperback – 30 Apr 2010
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About the Author
Susan Tuttle is the author of Exhibition 36 and a self-taught mixed-media artist whose work has been exhibited in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. In addition to authoring her own book, she is a contributor in Kaleidoscope and has appeared in numerous issues of Somerset Studio.
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Susan's intention is to teach us how to create beautiful digital art, something I've yearned to learn about as I want to incorporate such images into the art journals I keep. But hold on for one tiny second. In her introduction, in a lovely, lucid format, she has taught me what I've been looking for a long time - how to start working with Photoshop Elements! My days of a pain in the neck are over. She then proceeds to take you deeper and in thoughtful, step by step detail & with clear, luscious illustrations, shows you how to create digital art with chapters devoted to manipulating images, painting & drawing, layering elements to create digital collages, merging images to create montage art and incorporating traditional art into digital works. There are 25 projects to follow and a bonus CD with goodies for you to play with.
This book is lavish - information, inspiration, techniques & ideas abound. This is the perfect introduction & springboard for those of you who want to learn how to create digital art. Read this book and then run with it. Susan is giving you the key to the door and is the perfect companion to usher you into the world of digital art. I'm enjoying playing with this book so much & would heartily recommend it.
I also couldn't find a book which dealt with how to make digital collages in an arty way - many are based on just tidying up your photos, or putting funny faces on your kids for a Christmas card or whatever.
Susan has managed where others have failed - I am now making digital collages with , if not ease, then without too much of a problem. The book is laid out in a very user friendly way, and comes complete with images to use in the exercises, which makes everything so much easier, you can compare your results with the book - both using the same image.
It's a beautiful book, and I'm really pleased with it.
it should prove to be very popular, and the exercises are well explained and
easy to follow, so long as users are willing to take time with them.
Most artists should find this book a mine of information and ideas.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a good book if you want to start making mash ups of paintings/digital images. It presumes some photoshop knowledge but not too much. Very helpful.Published on 7 Mar. 2014 by Rachel
If you wanted a book on how to use PaintShop Elements in creative work this is not the one to buy. It has lots of worked examples from the author and other talented photographers... Read morePublished on 8 July 2012 by el48tel
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