- Lastly, don't forget my work will always be at my website, ORIANART, where you'll also find an updated hub of links for social media connections, including my formal contact address which is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey everyone! I’m holding a sale of my SYNTHESIS illustrations from over the years in 11x17-inch size. I’m only going to be producing these in limited quantities for the moment so it’s first-come first-serve for whoever wants one.
Printed with pigment ink on archival matte paper, comes signed, numbered, and ships in an acid-free sleeve and sturdy tube.
I’m taking orders at SQUAREUP.COM/STORE/ORIANART
For any international inquiries please email me at email@example.com and I can provide an order from PayPal instead. (I need to calculate cost first -- I can't promise shipping is cheap to your country, though. But do ask if you want me to find out!)
Thanks everyone for all your support through the years! This sale is actually in preparation for the upcoming production of SYNTHESIS this year. Enjoy and happy print collecting!
However, over on my Tumblr today I wrote a quick (but long) article about the kinds of parts you should choose to build a full workstation computer to do digital art and general productivity on! All on a budget of about $450 to $600 for just the computer system itself.
Go check it out if you're thinking about building one soon! I know you can build a system for cheaper than this, but the idea was not to pick parts that were bottom-of-the-barrel. The idea was to pick quality, upper-level parts that will allow you to start doing work right away with plenty of room to upgrade to add even more performance over time (more memory, an SSD, a video card, etc.)
Hope it helps at least one of you out there!
Get to the class by clicking on the cover image above or by clicking here: skl.sh/18nySQD
EXCLUSIVE TO MY FOLLOWERS: Until the class goes live, you can enroll for $5 off if you use the coupon code: 3DMY2D when you enroll! Have at it! [Share this around, there's 1000 coupons available and the offer expires 1/17/2014!]
- The anatomy of a basic tileset
- Setting up and using Photoshop's grid system for making tiles
- Using Photoshop's Offset filter to make tiles seamless
- Adapting a tiling texture into a tileset
- Some results of a finished basic tileset
- Thoughts and some opinions!
hotcake [now troffie on tumblr]
At one point in my life I thought Boston was a big city. It's about 1/4 the size of SF. So this is some new experience for me.