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Painter X is the world's most powerful Natural-Media® painting and illustration software.

•Includes unique digital brushes, art materials and textures that mirror the look and feel of their traditional counterparts
•Receive a User Guide and access to downloadable training movies
•Box version includes bonus brushes, gradients, image hose nozzles, paper textures, patterns and weaves
•Designed for Artists, Designers, and Photographers and the next generation of Creative Professionals!

Category: Resourses reviews | Views: 1013 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

Ryan Church is something of a celebrity in the world of digital art. As a senior art director, at ILM, and someone who’s responsible for some of the most stunning Painter concept art ever seen (check out his website –, no wonder Gnomon wanted him to share his techniques with the world. And it’s a good job Gnomon asked him.

This DVD is different to the normal kind of ‘show and tell’ affair. The training is about more than just his techniques – it’s about the process and thought. Ryan is not reluctant to reveal his methods and there is a casual air to the whole DVD, as if Gnomon has just plonked him in a room and said “get on with it.” And this is what makes the title so refreshing.

While going into detail on sketching, painting backgrounds, adding detail and other essential concept art techniques, Ryan delivers essential snippets of advi ... Read more »

Category: Resourses reviews | Views: 872 | Added by: G-Shock | Date: 28.02.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

With Superman set to flex his pecs on the big screen this year, here’s a timely look at a 1950s incarnation.

For older fans, George Reeves is still the iconic Superman. All 26 episodes of season 1 are here and generally considered to be the best. Reeves plays Supe and Clark Kent without any of that otherwordly nonsense that crept into later films. There’s enough derring-do in the imaginative scripts to overcome any occasional clunkiness and the package also gives you a documentary, commentaries and a short earlier Reeves film.

Considering the price, some of the DVD transfers don’t look their best and the special features are sparse, but in terms of inventiveness and popularity, Superman was the Buffy of its time. If you can ignore the camp factor inherent with old telly, this is a rewarding escape into fantasy.

Distributor Warner Home Video

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Category: Resourses reviews | Views: 785 | Added by: G-Shock | Date: 28.02.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

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