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Poster: stetro  (see this users gallery)

Funny layout here...
Check out the photo simulation done in Photo-Paint...I'm proud of it (looks real)
· Date: 20-12-2005 · Views: 31732 · Filesize: 41.1kb, 306.5kb · Dimensions: 1584 x 905 ·
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Jeff Harrison

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Registered: April 2005
Posts: 362
21-12-2005 03:50 Rating: 10.00 

Hi Stephan,

When you emailed this pic to me back in August, I knew that you were someone very special in the world of CorelDRAW. I was hoping you'd post this one, it's one of my faves.

An Illustrator user would never go to such an extent to make a proof or mock-up. Because the program is too painful to use.

The big picture is that the client will choose your work over anyone else's, since it shows you care about details and presentation.

I'd posted the following in the Corel 12 Newsgroup back in Sept., to direct people to come see this stuff.

...

A little while back a fellow sent me an email showing some of his CorelDRAW work. I urged him to send me more. He seems to be a fan of what I do. Well, now I'm a fan of his, too! :-)

Then I suggested he post some for all to see. Anyone who uses Draw professionally (or aspires to) should check it out.

http://www.oberonplace.com/gallery/s...500&ppuser=684

One of my fave images he sent me hasn't been posted yet in his gallery, but here's a small version of it.

When his clients see his artwork, I predict that 2 things happen;

1. The client is amazed, and the company Stephan works for gets the order.

2. Competitors using Illustrator go pale and become very quiet if they see the detail of his work, and the way that he presents it.

Anyone who wants to earn a living with Draw, or who is a working designer who needs a kick in the pants, Stephan, you provide it!

...

Jeff Harrison
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stetro
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Registered: August 2005
Posts: 96
21-12-2005 13:37

Thanks a lot Jeff...

Really cool compliments. Man...I was blushing in front of my computer!
I never thought you appreciated my work so much...
Honestly I thought it was more like a one sided type o'thing!
'Cause I really like what YOU do!!!

And that KENPOIST guy (Buff) !!! Man!! He's good too!!! Not to forget Fluid too!
The others on this site....WOW!!! There's so much talent here...


You know, there's a little trick I usually give to people when they want
to learn how to...draw.

OBSERVATION!

Look and notice every detail light gives to every material you see.
Reflections upon edges, upon plane surfaces, upon textured surfaces.
Shadows under objects, lights in the shadows of objects...
I try to leave out the "vector" look of a drawing to make it look like
the real thing as close as possible...
I rarely calc images. Every drawing I do comes from what I think
the object should look like.

OBSERVATION!!

OBSERVATION!!

And...Practice...practice...practice...practice...practice...
I've been drawing since the age of three! I'm now 32...
Gives you an idea how you have to arm yourself with patience too!

The company who I work for is quite proud of the image I've given them.
The clients are either amazed at my concepts or they dislike them completely...
I create...art. Not everyone appreciates art. And in this kind business, People
intend to have more faith in an architect's concept rather than a sign designer's concept. The sign business...is a rough business (I could go on about it for a whole day...)

Thanks again Jeff...

Thanks to everybody for check out my stuff...
The crictics are really appreciated...makes me see things I never saw!

COREL DRAW RULES MAN!!!
(hehe)
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