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However hard we studied, we’ve all got gaps in our design education. Damn You Art School is a website devoted to filling them – http://www.damnyouartschool.com/
Spoiler warning: this article contains information that might reveal plot points for The Interview.
Hackers released emails from Sony this week, which revealed Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai’s role in changing the ending of The Interview, which features North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un dying horrifically. Bloomberg writes that Hirai gave input on the changes and made it a point to keep Kim’s exploding face from appearing on international screens. He was responsible for providing the ultimate go-ahead after selecting a toned-down version of shot 337.
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For every groundbreaking new idea that changes the world as we know it, there are thousands (if not more) that are entirely useless—whether or not they were inspired, clever or even ingenious at their moment of inception. In “);…
Hindsight is 20-20, something Amazon now has about the launch of its first smartphone. Amazon debuted the $ 199 Fire Phone in June, though trimmed the price of the device to 99 cents (with a two-year contract) just two months after it went on sale, without explanation. Speaking to Fortune, Amazon’s senior vice president of devices David Limp now says the company simply whiffed on the pricing. “We didn’t get the price right,” Limp said. “I think people come to expect a great value, and we sort of mismatched expectations. We thought we had it right. But we’re also willing to say, ‘we missed.’ And so we corrected.”
“We thought we had it right.”
That correction — as Amazon calls it — also hit its bottom line, as the company revealed last…
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Read more about 3 things you didn’t know you could do with InDesign at CreativeBloq.com
Adobe InDesign is well-known for its publishing capabilities. With this powerful tool, you can create books, magazines, posters, brochures, flyers – more or less anything you can think of when it comes to print design. But did you known that InDesign has some other cool features?
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If you work in design, chances are you use Adobe’s vector drawing software Illustrator. If you’ve never done so, then a great place to get started is this great collection of Illustrator tutorials. For the rest of us, in this article we look at a number of ways to enhance your creativity and your productivity…
Read more about 10 things you probably didn’t know you could do with ZBrush at CreativeBloq.com
As the industry standard in digital sculpting, ZBrush’s toolset is flexible enough to allow it’s users to choose a workflow that suits them best. With so many options available it can be easy to miss less used or older features that might be perfect for a particular situation. What follows are 10 things that you may or may not have known about ZBrush, mostly aimed at beginner and intermediate users – but there might be the odd one that is useful to seasoned users depending on your workflow of choice.
Read more about 9 things you didn’t know you could do in Photoshop at CreativeBloq.com
Without question, Photoshop is one of the most popular and flexible image manipulation programs available. With each revision, Adobe adds more power to the program, through design enhancements, plugins, workflow changes and more. In this article we look at 9 things you can use to enhance your Photoshop experience.
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Sometimes it’s nice to stop thinking about jQuery plugins and responsive web design and treat yourself; even better if it’s something that’ll help you be a better web designer. And so we’ve rounded up six things that we think you’ll love, but which will also be useful instead of just being pointless designer tat. Check them out!
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youtube: XfezG5M2ICg There’s a number of free 3D software packages available to download online. One of the most popular is open source software Blender.