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  • Paperback: 382 pages
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (Sept. 12 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0764536915
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764536915
  • Product Dimensions: 20.6 x 2.5 x 25.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #358,548 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"...an excellent resource?there's plenty to be learned here that is often overlooked in the single-minded search for clever techniques..." (Computer Arts, December 2002)

"...an enjoyable book...will hopefully introduce more people to the joys and processes of digital art..." (Managing Information, 6 March 2003)

"...an unusual, even unique book?an enjoyable book...will hopefully introduce more people to the joys and processes of digital art..." (Managing Information, July/August 2003)

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This unique book showcases 50 digital artworks - encompassing photography, fine arts, and commercial art - that won recent contests sponsored by Macworld Expo, Seybold Seminars, Siggraph and other international organizations. For each work, the artist explains the creative process and shows you step-by-step how to reconstruct a distinctive visual effect. Filled with stunning imagery as well as unusual techniques for Photoshop, Painter, and other graphics software, Secrets of Award-Winning Digital Artists is a peerless source of inspiration and know-how.

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I remember when I first saw this book at the bookstore and turning the pages, read a little about how artists have gone digital and showing the kind of art they have created digitally and also how they did it. I was really amazed by it.
But I guess if anything, I was more or less inspired by buying the book because of Peter Max's foreword on digital art.
I really enjoyed learning about the digital artists and why they went digital, that was awesome. The bonus is a certain artwork shown and then how they created and what type of hardware/software they used and I'm just very passionate about this book because no other book at this time on digital art comes close to this one.
Price may be a little steep for some but for those who dreamed or have a passion for digital art, think of it as a worthy of investment because this book is indeed a rare gem.
Highly recommended!
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This book has a unique way (as far as design books go) of illustrating concepts. Instead of the usual and typically boring style of writing out information and then giving the reader a few tutorials and examples to illustrate, this book works only with examples. And the examples aren't just any examples, there is an entire collection of beautiful examples written and explained by top designers and artist of our time. I've always been one to learn best by a visual example and if you feel that way too, then this book will kick off your study of digital design in a fresh unique way that is unparalleled in today's publishing world.
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By calvin on Jan. 15 2004
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It is a excellent book to get some digital imaging ideal. Getting the ideal behind the image. Also a good starting point for digital imaging beginner(like me).Although the book cost much for me.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
a book of artists' works, not a technique book Nov. 3 2005
By Ruth Sprague - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book offers little in the way of actual things to do for your own digital painting or artwork, it is just a review of different digitial artists and some of their work. It is similar to the books such as "Works of 100 colored pencil artists", which is a showcase of colored pencil artists with a short bio and examles of their works, but very little in the way of actual techniques for your own work. This is similar to that, and, while there are some explanations given on some of the techniques used along with a short bio on each artist, it is mainly just a showcase of digital artists and their work. If you like a book for a coffee table and just enjoy looking at artwork, this is the book. However, if you want a more extensive book on actual work for digital work, you need to buy the technical books on the interrelationship between art and computer expertise.

In some ways, the title of the book is wrong, since some people may get the idea that this will be an instruction book on digital work in the arts.

The book is very well done, with good layout and the copies of the digital work is clear and colorwork is appropriate.
40 of 44 people found the following review helpful
What an awesome book! Dec 25 2002
By Dennis A. Amith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I remember when I first saw this book at the bookstore and turning the pages, read a little about how artists have gone digital and showing the kind of art they have created digitally and also how they did it. I was really amazed by it.
But I guess if anything, I was more or less inspired by buying the book because of Peter Max's foreword on digital art.
I really enjoyed learning about the digital artists and why they went digital, that was awesome. The bonus is a certain artwork shown and then how they created and what type of hardware/software they used and I'm just very passionate about this book because no other book at this time on digital art comes close to this one.
Price may be a little steep for some but for those who dreamed or have a passion for digital art, think of it as a worthy of investment because this book is indeed a rare gem.
Highly recommended!
32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
A collection of examples and wonderful insight Oct. 2 2002
By Gift Card Recipient - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book has a unique way (as far as design books go) of illustrating concepts. Instead of the usual and typically boring style of writing out information and then giving the reader a few tutorials and examples to illustrate, this book works only with examples. And the examples aren't just any examples, there is an entire collection of beautiful examples written and explained by top designers and artist of our time. I've always been one to learn best by a visual example and if you feel that way too, then this book will kick off your study of digital design in a fresh unique way that is unparalleled in today's publishing world.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Digital Arts Nov. 15 2006
By ALM - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book shows you the tools different graphic artists used to complete specific works they have done. It shows you key elements they used, but it does not say how they created their entire piece. It is kind of basic stuff, but it is a good reference book to learn or review some techniques. The programs most often discussed are photoshop and painter. This is a good book for graphic design students.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Eye opener Sept. 5 2007
By P. Casey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book gives you a wide variety of artists, styles & insight. There is information about each person & what they did to created their piece. Artworks range from crazy to beautiful to uncomfortable. Some of these things are amazing. It doesn't document every tiny detail of how it was done, but much of the information is there.
You can spend hours exploring & learning from this one.


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