Mario Themed Graphic Design with Sketchup and Vray

Mario Themed Graphic Design with Sketchup and Vray

We’re going to be attempting to recreate something similar to this graphic here. That was made by…not sure where his name is…Liam Keating. It’s a pretty cool graphic. We’re gonna try to create that in Sketchup. So let’s check that out after the intro! Alright, so I’m just gonna save this file here to my […]

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Gold Text | Beginner Graphics in Photoshop [Tutorial]

Gold Text | Beginner Graphics in Photoshop [Tutorial]

Hello everyone this is Jen from Olde Tinkerer Studio and today and just gonna show you how to make a very simple gold text. So let’s create a new project. Go to File>New and make the width 1,000 and the height 500. Make sure your foreground color is a light grey. I’m going to use […]

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Star Field | Beginner Graphics in Photoshop [Tutorial]

Star Field | Beginner Graphics in Photoshop [Tutorial]

Hello everyone. It’s Jen from Olde Tinkerer Studio. In today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going to make in a star field. Make a New Project. (Width: 1080, Height: 720) and Background Contents: Other (Choose #000000 from the pop-up color picker window) Right-Click on the Background layer and choose Convert to Smart Object. Go to Filter>Noise>Add Noise […]

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SVA Premieres Returns to Hollywood

SVA Premieres Returns to Hollywood

[Electric Music] – [Mary Lee] We’re in the heart of the filmmaking universe. – The work’s incredible. I can’t believe students make that stuff. – SVA Premieres events are amazing! [Electric Music] – So we’re here at SVA Premieres 2018, at the Linwood Dunn Theater and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. And […]

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How “oldschool” graphics worked Part 1 – Commodore and Nintendo

How “oldschool” graphics worked Part 1 – Commodore and Nintendo

Welcome! In this episode I’m gonna explain how old-school graphics worked. Let’s talk about some basic math real quick. Back in the early 1980s, your typical home computer had 16K of RAM, some had 32K, and if you really had money to burn, then you might have 64K. Now, let’s talk about screen memory. The […]

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Belonging at Richland College: Peter Chao

Belonging at Richland College: Peter Chao

My parents were always constantly working, you know, trying to provide for the family, and they didn’t really have that mentoring attitude that I needed growing up. I felt very identity-less. I didn’t really feel I had a place in the world… and that’s what drove me to join the army — I’ve learned quite […]

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Yin Yang Symbol | Beginner Graphics in Photoshop [Tutorial]

Hello everyone. It’s Jen from Olde Tinkerer Studio. And in today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going to be making a yin yang symbol. Create a new project. Go to File>New (Width: 720; Height: 720). Fit the project on your screen using CTRL + 0. Choose the Gradient Tool and click on the Gradient Box. Choose a […]

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**Oscar Nominated** 3D Animated Shorts: “Sweet Cocoon” – by ESMA | TheCGBros

**Oscar Nominated** 3D Animated Shorts: “Sweet Cocoon” – by ESMA | TheCGBros

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Raster Graphics | Illustrator CC Basics [Tutorial]

Hello everyone, it’s Jen from Olde Tinkerer Studio. Welcome to part 12 of the Illustrator CC Basics course. In this tutorial I will be teaching you how to use raster graphics in Illustrator. So far we have been working with vector objects but we can also work with raster graphics in Illustrator – such as […]

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