Pete Collins is a "Photoshop Guy" with NAPP. He's a designer and photographer who has extensive wedding, events, stock, commercial, portraits experience. Not just an eye for grabbing a great shot, but the technical know-how to turn a good shot into a great one. Pete's Photoshop and post-processing skills can turn any picture idea that you have into a reality.
Flame Painter 2 is a unique program that’s not for everyone; however, creatives will find loads of excuses to play with this application. Flame brushes are just one small segment of the process, and the control and precision you have using these esoteric elements will make you feel bad for folks trying to do similar things any other way.
When you first see the Sensu Brush, it looks like a silvery version of every other stylus out there. What you don’t see is what’s hidden within. Give the barrel a slight tug and out pops a second piece. When you flip that piece around and combine the two parts again, you find yourself holding a full-length paintbrush. The brush gives you an incredible tactile experience; it feels so good to use that it helps to unleash the artist in you.
About 10 years ago I borrowed (stole) my sister’s Intuos2 tablet and I’ve rarely used a mouse since. I almost can’t work without my tablets. When I heard that Wacom was coming out with the Intuos5, I couldn’t figure out how they were going to add anything that the Intuos4 didn’t already have since it was so good. Boy, was I naive.
How about starting off by telling the NAPP members a little bit about you? I am a graphic designer from Copenhagen, Denmark. I live and work in New York where I am a Senior Designer at Wolff Olins, making cool stuff. This means making inspiring identity designs and packaging in the world of branding. You [...]