2D Digital Art Book and DVD Reviews
Anime Studio The Official Guide a Review
This book by Kelly L Murdock is an extensive resource for both the novice and advanced Anime Studio user. The short, single-topic chapters are organized to make it easy for the reader to find information throughout the project workflow.
Crumble Crackle Burn by Von Glitschka
Use photorealistic texture images to add realistic textures to your digital art. This book by Von Glitschka contains 120 royalty-free textures created from detailed photographs. The images are in bitmap and TIFF formats, 300 dpi and can be used in graphics programs such as Photoshop and Illustrator.
Digital Horror Art by Martin McKenna
This book is about digital horror art and showcases the original artwork of several 2D and 3D digital artists. Each artist takes you step-by-step through their artistic process.
Fine Art Printing for Photographers
This book, by Uwe Steinmueller and Juergen Gulbins, is written for the digital artist who wants to produce fine artwork on the new and improved inkjet printers.
Focus On Series by Focal Press
The Focus On Series by Focal Press is meant to give the novice photographer the essential information needed to achieve great results from the digital camera.
Hot-Wiring Your Creative Process
This book, by Curt Cloninger, has some very useful ideas for increasing your creativity. He uses quotes, tidbits and interviews to share his and other artists' creative process.
HTML5 Up and Running by Mark Pilgrim
HTML5 Up and Running, an introduction to HTML5 by Mark Pilgrim.
Learn to Program with Phrogram
Get up and running with Phrogram fast with this ebook written by Jon Schwartz, Walt Morrison and David Witus. This book teaches you how to use the Phrogram language as you create your own modern version of the classic Pong game.
Manga Studio For Dummies by Doug Hills
If you are new to the Manga comic craze or an experienced Manga artist, this book by Doug Hills will show you how easy it is to go digital with Manga Studio for Dummies.
Painter X Creativity Digital Artist's Handbook
This book is more like an art class. The author, Jeremy Sutton, teaches the technical aspects of Corel Painter X and then goes beyond that to share his hard-earned tips and expertise for digital art creation and production.
Print and Production for Point of Purchase
This book by Carolyn Knight and Jessica Glaser is an inspirational showcase of marketing materials including bags, labels and point-of-purchase materials.
Review - Kawaii Kitties by Olive Yong
There are many books, courses and even websites dedicated to Kawaii art. Let's take a look at one of my favorite books, Kawaii Kitties by Olive Yong.
Review of HTML5 Canvas by Steve and Jeff Fulton
HTML5 Canvas by Steve and Jeff Fulton will teach you how to create animation on the HTML5 Canvas.
Software Essentials for Graphic Designers
Mark Gatter chose to concentrate on the seven most popular 2D graphic software programs. He teaches you the skills you need to accomplish simple tasks and enough knowledge of the software to be ready to learn more advanced skills.
The Artists Guide to GIMP Effects
There can never be too many books like this one by Michael J. Hammel. This project-based book has great examples of how the graphic designer uses GIMP software. Hammel discusses these techniques in a way that prepares the readers to reproduce the results in their own projects.
Visual Communication in Digital Design
This book has some good information for graphic and digital designers. It covers digital design as it pertains to the web and discusses specific limitations of the digital medium.
What is a Book App - Karen Robertson
What is a Book App and Could You Create One? How 27 Writers Did! Karen Robertson is a self published book app author. In this ebook, she shares her experiences and the knowledge gained during the publishing process, in a easy-to-understand, nontechnical dialog.
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