351 Royalty Free EPS Files | Compressed RAR size: 21 MB
Admired for their enduring beauty and eye-catching appeal, traditional Chinese designs are widely used by graphic artists, designers, and craftspeople. This CD-ROM and book collection includes more than 380 exquisite Chinese motifs. Perfect for use in a host of art and craft projects, crisply rendered images depict mythical figures, intricate floral sprays, pandas resting among bamboo leaves, a tiger stalking its prey, dragons, butterflies, and other flora and fauna, as well as stylized renderings of clouds and great waves; a portion of the Great Wall winding through the countryside; borders of floral, abstract, and repeat patterns; and a host of other motifs. Ideal for projects requiring an Oriental theme, these striking designs will also be of interest to students of art history and Eastern culture.
19 *.mov Clips | Source: 16mm and 35mm film, Frame Rate:25, Total Lenght: 283:08 | Total 785 MB
The big city is all a-rush in these spectacular images where clouds flying overhead are reflected in the windows of skyscrapers (some causing odd equilibrium problems) and moonlight plays on drifting fog. Several are POV and give nighttime thrill rides, while others soothe the soul with blankets of ebbing fog or have starry, twinkling lights. Something for everyone! Collection contains 19 clips.
CGArena - 2012 Collection FULL!
HQ PDF | English | 177 MB
- CGArena – December-January 2012
- CGArena – February-March 2012
- CGArena – April-May 2012
- CGArena – June-July 2012
- CGArena – August-September 2012
- CGArena – December-January 2013
New Riders Press 2011 | 264 Pages | ISBN: 0321786610 | PDF | 46 MB
Scott Kelby, the world’s #1 best-selling author of photography books, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Photoshop User magazine, and Publisher of the just-released Light It magazine, has reinvented how lighting books are written by finally revealing the entire process from start to finish. You see everything from the complete lighting setup (and all the gear used), to the shoot (including all the camera settings and a contact sheet of the progression of the shoot), to the all-important part that most books don’t dare include–the post-processing and retouching in Photoshop.