InfiniteSkills - Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 2015 For Mac Training Video

InfiniteSkills - Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 2015 For Mac Training Video
0.25 hours | 110 tutorial videos | .MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 1.52GB
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cmiVFX - Houdini Introduction to Dynamics
Title: cmiVFX - Houdini Introduction to Dynamics
Duration 2h 42m MP4
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Mastering Adobe Photoshop - Techniques For Photographers
Mastering Adobe Photoshop - Techniques For Photographers
9.25 hours | 137 tutorial videos | .MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 3.2 GB
Instructor: Seth Cohen
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Post Edgy Photoshop Techniques
Post Edgy Photoshop Techniques

Video: 1280 x 720 (MPEG4), 1 288 Kbps, 16: 9, 15.000 fps | Audio: AAC, 109 Kbps, 2 channels, 44.1 KHz
  • After receiving hundreds of emails requesting that Joel reveal his post photoshop techniques, he has finally put together a video tutorial that goes through step by step the exact process he uses for all his gritty edgy images. This 25 minute video also covers some amazing new techniques showing how he knocks out his subjects and place them into a background along some additional atmospheric enhancing techniques. Learn in a fraction of the time it took him to develop his post techniques.
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Photoshop Creative Effects and Filters
Photoshop Creative Effects and Filters

Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1280x720 25fps 494kbps 
Audio: AAC 44100Hz stereo 43kbps
  • If you can imagine something,” says Tim Grey, “you can probably create it in Photoshop.” In this one of-a-kind workshop Tim puts his money where his mouth is by sharing his favorite techniques for using Photoshop’s effects and filters to create imaginative, out-of-the-ordinary images. He starts with simple things like black-and-white interpretations, monochromatic tints, vignettes, and film grain, then moves on to more dramatic effects like Surface Blur, Tilt-Shift Blur, Oil Paint. From there you’ll head into “wild territory” as Tim explores some experimental ways to stylize and distort your images.
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Learn Photoshop In 3 Hours Complete
Learn Photoshop In 3 Hours Complete

Video: AVC, 960x540, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 1359 Kbps | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz, ~ 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels
  • In this course you'll learn everything you need to know about Photoshop and how to use it to create amazing website designs. There is no coding required anywhere. You will also learn professional techniques and secrets that I use in my workflow in order to get the best, highest paid projects out there and complete them in great time. This course is for everybody who wants to learn a new life skill! I'll take you through all the steps, from 0 to hero! There is no previous experience required!
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Pro Photoshop Tutorial - Liquid Portrait
Pro Photoshop Tutorial - Liquid Portrait
English | 3 hours | Video: AVC 1920x1072 30fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 712 MB
Genre: eLearning | Project files

What do you get when you combine splashes of milk with a beautiful portrait? Something altogether new and exciting. Follow along with Phlearn and learn retouching, compositing, coloring and more.
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Island of Morel
Island of Morel

Video: AVC, 1280x720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 591 Kbps | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz, ~ 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels
  • Young children dare not venture to the Island of Morel. Evil witches masked behind beautiful faces lure in the innocent to prey on their souls.
  • Creating a story is an essential step to conceptual photography. It gives you a framework to build your images around. We created this fantasy world in our studio, and we would love to share it with you.
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Film Noir
Film Noir

Video: MPEG-4, 1280x720, 16: 9, 43.9fps, 327kbps | Audio: AAC, 44.1kHz, 141kbps, stereo
  •  Learn how to perfect color as we cover two amazing images from start to finish! Every light and every color is explained in a way that will allow you to create drama and interest in your future images.
  • Whether it is placing you above your competition, making brides happier, or bringing a Film Noir series to life, these techniques are universal and extremely important.
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Epic Burger
Epic Burger

Video: MPEG-4, 1280x720, 16: 9, 23.976fps, 1387kbps 
Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 157kbps, stereo
  •  How big is too big? When in comes to burgers the answer is nothing is too big! We wanted to build a burger, and we kept going, and going, and going….
  • In this PRO Photoshop Tutorial we take you on set with world class food and beverage photographer Rob Grimm, a professional food stylist and a quirky retoucher(Aaron) to create this amazing image.
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Lightroom 5 In Depth: Importing, Catalogs, and Organizing Your Photos
Lightroom 5 In Depth: Importing, Catalogs, and Organizing Your Photos

Video: MPEG-4 1280x720 (16: 9) 29.970fps 1800kbps | Audio: AAC stereo 44.1kHz 64kbps
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 is the key to what industry experts are calling the new digital workflow. Now you can learn exactly how to get started, and see how it can help you achieve the quickest, easiest workflow imaginable! Matt Kloskowski, NAPP Education and Curriculum Developer and host of the popular Lightroom Killer Tips podcast, walks you through the entire process and shows you how to get the best possible images in record time. In this course, Matt concentrates specifically on the importing and organizing process in Lightroom. You’ll start from scratch with the goal of always knowing exactly where your photos are – keeping your favorite ones so they’re just one click away.
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Lightroom 5 In Depth Books and Print
Lightroom 5 In Depth Books and Print

Video: MPEG-4 1280x720 (16: 9) 29.970fps 1800kbps | Audio: AAC 44.1kHz stereo 64kbps
  • The course of study books and printing in Lightroom 5 from the pros.
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Introduction to Photo Compositing
Introduction to Photo Compositing

Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1280x720 15fps 247kbps | Audio: AAC 48000Hz stereo 128kbps
  • By choosing elements that work together to form a cohesive message, Julieanne Kost is able to create a composite image that's more powerful than its individual parts. In this course, she shares the fundamental creative and technical concepts behind photo compositing, from creating diptychs that juxtapose images in separate "frames," to assembling multiple exposures and strengthening visual impact with textural information. With these simple yet powerful techniques, Julieanne shows how to pull together different imagery and create new, unified visual narratives.
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Creating 3D Type in Photoshop
Creating 3D Type in Photoshop

Video: MPEG-4, 1280x720, 16: 9, 30fps, 859kbps | Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 160 (128) kbps, stereo
  • You don't need any 3D modeling experience to create 3D type in Photoshop. This course explains every step along the way. Steve Caplin starts with the basics: turning regular type into 3D type and then rotating it in 3D space. Subsequent topics cover extruding, inflating, beveling, and revolving type—all concepts that will help you work with other types of 3D objects. Steve uses glass-like type to illustrate the kinds issues you'll encounter with transparency, reflection, refraction, lighting, and shadows. You'll then create a 3D object from scratch, and place it on a photographic surface to produce a realistic 3D-modeled scene.
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The LAB Frontier
The LAB Frontier

Video: QuickTime (.MOV), 854 x 480 | Audio: 48 000 Hz; 16 bits; Stereo Audio MPEG-4
  • This course will focus on some of the more advanced techniques of LAB color correction. The course will cover a workflow that begins in RGB and ends in LAB for the purpose of color enhancement.
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There Are No Bad Originals Part 1 and Part 2
There Are No Bad Originals Part 1 and Part 2
There Are No Bad Originals Part 1 and Part 2

Video: VP6 852 x 480 16: 9 12-30fps ~ 200 kbps | Audio: MP3 44,1kHz 1ch 128 kbps
  • Dan Margulis hosts this in-depth session on digital image color correction. Dan shares his expertise as he takes viewers through a series of photographs and reworks the color values using a combination of Photoshop tools and actions.
  • In the second part of this series, Dan Margulis works through a new set of images while demonstrating his methods for color correction. Dan moves images into and out of the LAB color space, he uses his Man from Mars method, employs channels as layer masks, and makes sharpening adjustments using filters. Throughout the course, Dan urges viewers to question what constitutes a bad image and which version of an image is truly the original. Find out how to improve the color quality of your digital images by following along with this course.
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Using Texture to Enhance Digital Paintings in Photoshop CS5
Using Texture to Enhance Digital Paintings in Photoshop CS5

Video: VP6 1280x720 14.00fps 1024kbps | Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 44100Hz mono 96kbps
  • In this tutorial we will learn several different techniques for adding texture to our digital paintings in Photoshop. Texture and surface detail is one area that is often overlooked by digital painters. By strategically implementing texture in your digital paintings, you can not only raise the quality of the image but also the level of realism. With this course we’ll get started by diving into Photoshop’s brushes. We’ll learn how we can create and configure our own custom brushes to paint texture. From here we’ll learn how to create our own patterns and several of the areas where these patterns can be utilized. Next we’ll look at some ways that we can bring images into our paintings, layering them over areas to create texture with the help of blend modes. Finally, we’ll learn a few methods of making our two dimensional textures appear to wrap around the three dimensional forms of our painting. After completing this course, you’ll be well equipped to begin experimenting with texture in your own digital paintings.
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Unity Mobile Game Development: Concept and Design
Unity Mobile Game Development: Concept and Design

Video: VP6F 1280x720 15.00fps ~ 1024kbps | Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 44100Hz mono 96kbps
  • In this collection of lessons we will learn about creating concept art for a game as well as how the role of the concept artist fits into the production pipeline. We will begin this course by learning about the role of a concept artist and how that role fits into the production pipeline. Next, we will learn about the game design document and then use it to determine which assets concept art is needed. From there, we’ll move on and learn about designing a level for our game from the ground up by planning out its overhead layout. Next, we will learn how to visualize this layout by creating concept sketches. Lastly, we will shift our attention to painting the concept art, focusing on rendering out our composition, planning for and painting the light sources, and then rendering out organic material to line the walls of our level. After going through this course, you will gain a better understanding as to why decisions are made during the process of creating concept art. You will also learn the basic steps involved in visualizing an idea for a level in a piece of artwork.
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Unity Mobile Game Development: User Interface Design
Unity Mobile Game Development: User Interface Design

 

Video: VP6F 1280x720 15.00fps ~ 1024kbps | Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 44100Hz mono 96kbps
  • In this tutorial we will learn about designing the user interface graphics for a game as well as how to prepare these graphics to bring into Unity. We’ll get started by discussing the needs of our game in terms of user interface graphics and then learn how to set up a document in Photoshop to design them in. Next we’ll learn some strategies for building graphics and examine some possible pitfalls. Moving on, we’ll learn about different states of a specific graphic and how we can setup our file to make saving this type of graphic out a bit easier. After all the graphics for our game have been created, we’ll shift our focus to preparing them for Unity. We’ll learn about important things to consider when cropping and saving our files. Then we’ll wrap this course up by learning how unity handles transparency and some workflows we will need to utilize to accommodate this. After going through this course, you will gain insight into the process of creating and saving user interface graphics for our mobile game.
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Creative Development: Character Concepting Workflows for Games in Photoshop
Creative Development: Character Concepting Workflows for Games in Photoshop

Video: VP6, 1280 * 720 pixels, 16: 9, 15 fps, 1000 Kbit / s | Audio: MP3, 44.1 KHz, 96.0 Kbps, Mono
  • In this Photoshop tutorial we will look at the basic principles of designing a video game character utilizing Photoshop as a drawing and painting tool. We'll learn about subjects such as sketching, design, rendering techniques and orthographic models sheets. We'll begin with the exploratory sketching phase, which is a stage where the concept artist produces loose grayscale sketches to communicate ideas to the team. We'll then take that sketch from a rough idea into a fully realized piece of concept art. From there, we'll take the design into a key part of video game character concept art: the orthographic. By the end of this tutorial we will have taken a look at a typical video game studio pipeline and learned numerous tips and techniques for how to be efficient in a video game production environment.
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Character Concept Art – Natalia
Character Concept Art – Natalia

Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1280x720 30fps 540kbps| Audio: AAC 44100Hz stereo 84kbps
  • In the duration of this course you will be taken through the entirety of a character creation process. This includes all the pre-production work that often goes overlooked such as gathering references, setting your layout, and a look at picking out your colors to compliment each other and lighting your scene. When it comes to drawing this series covers the human aspects such as the silhouette process, refining the anatomy, rendering skin using the pre-packed brushes, shaping out the head from any angle, taking an in-depth look and focus on the facial features from the eyes, the nose, the mouth, and the hair. Then we go through the materials included with a leather jacket, jeans, boots, metal, jewelry, tattoos, gloves. Then to polish it off I add a rim light and bring it all together with a background. I hope you enjoy and learn how to use this to create your own character concept art!
  • Note: the first three videos, and the introduction and freely available for anyone to view to help give you a better preview of the course Enjoy!
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Photoshop CC Color Management
Photoshop CC Color Management

Video: AVC, 1280x720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 1359 Kbps | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz, ~ 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels
  • Photoshop CC color management we are all that you need to properly install a predictable process for color reproduction. We begin with an overview of color management basics and move on to calibrate and profile your system. The Photoshop color settings will be discussed in detail, as well as the appointment and convert to the profile of the team. Finally, by the end of the course we will look soft sealing and printing in Adobe Photoshop. This course, you can create a predictable and repeatable color reproduction process and a good variety of color spaces like sRGB, ColorMatch RGB, the list of participants RGB, and others.
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The Creative Spark: Von Glitschka, Illustrative Designer
The Creative Spark: Von Glitschka, Illustrative Designer

Video: AVC, 960x540, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 1359 Kbps | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz, ~ 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels
  • Von Glitschka creates visual identities, characters, and logos for high-profile ad agencies and companies around the world. But he still believes in the power of taking the brain offline—stepping away from the computer and using "analog" methods to solve design challenges. For Von, this means drawing. It's free, it's quick, it's liberating, and it makes design accessible to almost anyone. And by putting his pen to paper first, Von comes away with dozens of ideas that can be translated into digital designs.
  • Take a trip to Salem, Oregon, and watch this master designer at work as he sketches his ideas and refines them in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Then join Von at play as he trawls junkyards on the hunt for color, texture, and patterns to use in his designs. He also lets us in on his 5ive Minute Logo project, a tongue-in-cheek response to the rise of cheap online design clearinghouses that turned, ironically, into a great creative outlet. As he says, even if he wanted to make it, "life is too short for bad art."
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Editing Video in Photoshop CS6
Editing Video in Photoshop CS6

Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 960x540 29.97fps 309kbps | Audio: AAC 48000Hz stereo 95kbps
  • With the release of Photoshop CS6, Adobe introduced the ability to edit video footage. Author Rich Harrington guides you through this brand-new workflow, from building a sequence to working with audio and exporting your video in a variety of high-quality formats. The course also covers how Photoshop's strongest feature, its image enhancement toolset, translates to video, from fixing under- or overexposed footage, performing color balancing, and adding vibrance and contrast to special effects, such as converting to black and white and using Smart Filters to soften skin.
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Editing Video and Creating Slideshows with Photoshop CC
Editing Video and Creating Slideshows with Photoshop CC

Video: MPEG-4, 1280x720, 16: 9, 29.97fps, 873kbps |Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 160 (128) kbps, stereo
  • If Photoshop is the center of your creative world, it's a good choice when you need to edit video. In this course, Rich Harrington reveals how Photoshop CC's powerful image-editing tools translate to video and shows how to transform a selection of clips into polished movies. He'll walk through three projects, so you get a feel for different types of footage and editing styles, and illustrate the basic technical skills that will help you edit clips into cohesive stories. You'll learn how to import and organize footage, correct color and exposure issues, add titles and transitions, adjust volume, and publish your finished project. Plus, find out how to create "moving picture" slideshows from still images using a similar Timeline-based workflow.
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