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Not sure where this should go, maybe technology but meh...

Does anyone have any experience of creating those digital images of people...They look like photographs of people that have been made err all umm groovy :rolleyes: like a digital character...Almost a cartoon...Do you have to use a paint package like Photoshop or...?

Any help will be most appreciated! :embarasse :tsr:
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http://juxtapiped.deviantart.com

Here is some that I've done, feel free to have a look around. I use Adobe Photoshop 7 - actually im not sure my work relates to what you're after...
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(Original post by Juxtapiped)
http://juxtapiped.deviantart.com

Here is some that I've done, feel free to have a look around. I use Adobe Photoshop 7 - actually im not sure my work relates to what you're after...
your Pics are really cool
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(Original post by Juxtapiped)
http://juxtapiped.deviantart.com

Here is some that I've done, feel free to have a look around. I use Adobe Photoshop 7 - actually im not sure my work relates to what you're after...

Well, I really like your pictures Ummm, I'm looking into 'altered', digital art, but for pictures of people, portraits...Where the person looks digital and flawless and generally blue :confused: lol or just a few distinct but clashing colours etc. etc...I guess you have to be an expert-ish person with a package to do it, rather than go to a website etc. :rolleyes:
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I'm pretty sure you mean Vector images like Design Chapel . Artists mainly use Adobe Illustrator cos it's a vector package but you can use the pen tool in photoshop too. It's a painstaking job though since you have to go over your source picture and link it all up.
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I'm pretty sure you mean Vector images like Design Chapel . Artists mainly use Adobe Illustrator cos it's a vector package but you can use the pen tool in photoshop too. It's a painstaking job though since you have to go over your source picture and link it all up.


Ahhhh cooool, thanks a lot...I guess I won't be able to get one of me anytime soon :rolleyes:
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You could use the image editing programs that comes with your computer or if you know any other way, like scanning your pictures. The one i listed are those used by the top artists like Julian Opie who did the Blur cover.
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You could use the image editing programs that comes with your computer or if you know any other way, like scanning your pictures. The one i listed are those used by the top artists like Julian Opie who did the Blur cover.
Cheers...But I think I have no technical ability when it comes to design packages and not enough time to learn, and I doubt I actually have any flair in that department
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