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Poster: stetro  (see this users gallery)

Here's a sign project for a clocksmith and jeweler in Québec City...

I worked with Jeff's GOLD tricks...
those tricks really help me for my designs!!!
· Date: 2-2-2006 · Views: 48523 · Filesize: 31.1kb, 346.4kb · Dimensions: 1321 x 933 ·
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Fluid
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Registered: September 2005
Posts: 417
2-2-2006 14:33 Rating: 10.00 

Where to begin. This is just way too cool. Xlnt job. Dont believe I have seen anyone actually use the Dimension Tool. (I do with all my layout approvals) Looks like you have the gold down. Everything down to the smallets detail is right on, I especially like your use of lens in the bottom left graphic.
Your work is very inspiring
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stetro
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Registered: August 2005
Posts: 96
2-2-2006 16:46

Thanks a lot Fluid...

What dimension tool? What are you talkin' about...
All my 3D's are drawn from distorting with the perspective tool and dodging
the objects.
I never use the lens tool except for zooming on objects.
I use the transparency tool A LOT...

Thanks a lot for noticing my work and seems like you appreciate it too!

I'll have some more comin' up...


CorelRules Man


D'you try Corel X3?
ABSOLUTETLY GREAT!
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ASIM
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Registered: August 2005
Posts: 281
2-2-2006 16:47 Rating: 10.00 

Great job, v. nice shading, i like it.
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Fluid
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Registered: September 2005
Posts: 417
2-2-2006 17:09

The measuring "Dimension" Tool 11", 42"
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Jeff Harrison

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Registered: April 2005
Posts: 362
3-2-2006 02:21 Rating: 10.00 

Stephan,

Unreal! The way you present commercial work is better than anything I've seen, and probably ever will!

Every detail is there, but even mundane details are presented in style. For ex, the faded shadow on the main pic, by the "A3". Very unusual, but it looks great and like it was always meant to be there!

The transparency and reflection on the separated glass at bottom left - you stop at nothing to makes things look as good as possible, photo realistic.

Competing artists that see your work in your city must want to either roll up into a ball and have a nervous breakdown, or want to learn from you.

I'm very pleased that you've found value in on of my tutorials. Thank you for your support! For those who are wondering what he's referring to, go here:

http://unleash.com/jeffh

You do amazing work, Stephan... proving that the sky is the limit with CorelDRAW. You also kick accomplished Draw users in the pants to strive for an even higher level.

Can't wait to get my hands on X3! Only a few more days...
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stetro
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Registered: August 2005
Posts: 96
3-2-2006 13:40

Man you guys are absolutely great...
I'm blushing everytime I get critics from you, man!

I do my best everytime to make clients stand in awe before my work...
I don't intend to knock down competition...(different philosophy)
When you spit in the air...look out, it might fall back down directly in your eye!

Jeff, your tutorials are REALLY practical...You seem to know a lot more
than me concerning Corel...

All I do is...draw!!

Thanks again for the nice compliments...

Everybody here has talent, so I could throw those compliments
back to everone here on this site...

Keep up the work...KEEP ON SKETCHIN'!!!!
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Mosh
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Registered: May 2005
Posts: 50
6-2-2006 13:03

Very, very good. I congratulate your effort, Stetro.
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