Photoshop, Painter, and Illustrator Side-by-Side by Wendy Crumpler

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Photoshop, Illustrator, and Painter are three popular graphics software packages that are commonly used by production artists, fine artists, and Web graphics artists. Each has capabilities that the other don't: Photoshop is known for its image editing features, Illustrator for its type handling and vector-based shape building abilities, and Painter for its traditional, "painterly" effects. Using a system of easy-to read charts, this book shows readers how to use these tools effectively inconjuntion with one another, side-by-side.

About Wendy Crumpler

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Crumpler has been in advertising and design since 1980. She is an artist who has done production, illustration, design, and training using a variety of software programs. She has worked in print, television, CD interactive, interactive television, and computer-based training.
Published May 18, 2001 by Sybex Books. 400 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction