Digital Imagery in a Semester introduces fashion design students to the basics of working in the three Adobe programs Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Through step-by-step tutorials featuring... More > screenshots of each step, students learn the basics of creating digital artwork such as vector illustrations and photo collages. The book also introduces the elements and principles of design, working with basic file formats, the rules of copyrighted material on the Web and using royalty-free images. Through weekly tutorials and projects students learn to use the Adobe software as a tool to developing their creativity. "Digital Imagery in a Semester" is a comprehensive tutorial collection for anyone interested in learning the basics of digital fashion illustration, fabric pattern design or working with fashion photography.
Conversationally written, this book is an invaluable resource for fashion design beginners or artists interested in using the computer as their tool.< Less
Typography in a Semester provides graphic design students with the basic information about type structure and working with type. The book is filled with examples, exercises and projects that guide... More > the reader to learning to use fonts correctly, work with large body of text or work with hand-drawn type. In addition to the book, readers can log in to view video tutorials at: inasemester.com< Less
The satirical tale "The Princess and the Pea" was an old Swidish tale, rewritten and published by Hans Christian Andersen in 1835. This popular tale is written in in a style reminiscent of... More > the old oral storytelling techniques. It tells the story of a princess who prooves her royalty status by being overly dramatical and sensitive. Each page is filled with beautiful hand-drawin illustrations and hand lettering. The illustrations capture the whimsical world where princesses can act like princesses and get rewarded for it.
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Digital Imagery in a Semester introduces graphic design students to the three Adobe programs Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Through step-by-step tutorials featuring screenshots students learn... More > the basics of creating digital artwork such as vector illustrations and photo collages. The book also introduces the rules of copyrighted material on the Web and using royalty-free images. In addition to the book, readers can log in to view video tutorials at: inasemester.com< Less