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Leonardo Di Vinci Goes Adobe Digital

Join us May 23, as the Orlando Adobe InDesign User Group presents two Photoshop masters sharing tips, solutions, insights and techniques as they unleash the power of art and photo illustration. Expand your creative potential and discover new revenue streams using Photoshop and InDesign composition.

Cameron Thorp is a freelance designer, illustrator, photographer and fine artist with over 20 years of professional practice with fortune 50 companies. He will demonstrate commercial digital painting from pencil sketch through final artwork – revealing how to tap the power Photoshop's customizable brushes in concert with Wacom's pressure-sensitive technology to replicate natural media.

Matthew Eng is a conceptual artist with Electronic Arts and will share the process of creating complex environments for such EA titles as Madden Football as well as incorporating 3-D into 2-D illustrations.

For more details, see:

http://www.meetup.com/InDesignOrlando/events/63542502/

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  • Kenneth T.

    The presentation was enjoyable.

    May 24, 2012

  • Kenneth T.

    I wasn't using the InDesign groups page. I was using the Florida Macintosh Users group page. I didn't know that this was another groups event. If someone tells me to refer to another groups info I will....

    May 24, 2012

  • Mark S.

    Good question. On InDesign's Meetup site, which you see when you click the link, it states: Please plan to purchase raffle tickets
    Students with valid ID: (1) raffle ticket $10 (4) raffle tickets $15 (8) tickets $20 (16) tickets $25.

    However, buying tickets isn't mandatory. I've attended. I've attended before without buying tickets. But dinner comes with the raffle ticket(s), so they don't get too many complaints, based on their average attendance. We'll mention the cost next time tho!

    May 23, 2012

  • Kenneth T.

    Why wasn't the $10.00 fee announced on the meetup.com web page before hand?

    May 23, 2012

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