Working on a piece for an upcoming Superprecious Art Show / Event.
7 months ago
That kind of comic book halftone effect completely rocks. Also loving the simple, bold highlights.
Yeah, you don't see that kind of halftone effect nearly enough. Magnificent.
Hey, thank you, @Studio Simon & @Dustin Lee & @Blake N. Behrens. It was definitely fun tweaking the halftone. I created the vector in Illustrator and brought it into photoshop as a vector smart object. Makes tweaking a heck of a lot more efficient.
Was it somehow layered? How did you import?
I tend to layer the hades out of my vector, export it to PSD, but it isn't ever smart vector....
@Blake N. Behrens the vector work as no effects applied. I create a PSD and drag the grouped vector art from Illustrator into Photoshop and it recognizes it as a vector smart object. Then I apply my various filters and effects to get the desired look. If I need to tweak the vector, it is as simple as double clicking on the layer in Photoshop and it opens the linked vector file in Illustrator for editing. Once it is saved, the changes are reflected in Photoshop and all the filters and effects used are automatically reapplied.
Hrmmmm.... Sounds like I need to give this a swing. Can you apply affects to individual layers within the smart vector?
@Blake N. Behrens You can always just bring in your art as separate layers so you can retain the ability to isolate your filters for each. I don't believe there is a way to isolate layers within an individual vector smart object. Powerful stuff. I've just recently started implementing Smart Objects into my workflow and I love it.
Groovy. I'll give it a swing.
@Blake N. Behrens Feel free to hit me up if you want to chat.
This is super awesome. Seriously rad work man.
MMMmmm... *wipes drool off screen*
Can't wait to see the rest of this.
I never saw this one....
love the colours.
4 months ago
Thanks, @James Boorman! It was a fun piece to work on.
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