Illustrator Advanced on Its Way; Same Goes for Deke's Techniques
Just returned home from a long day at the office. And, boy, am I psyched.
First, my Illustrator CS6 One-on-One: Advanced course goes live at my beloved video publisher lynda.com tomorrow. It will include, among other things, the following neon type effect created entirely from scratch using Illustrator combined with just a small dash of Photoshop. Working together as never witnessed before in the history of mankind.
I'm so taken with it, I might feature it in a future episode of Deke's Techniques.
Speaking of which, second, I recorded a crazy number of Deke's Techniques movies just this very day. (Technically yesterday, but whatever. I'm still awake.) All of 8, which is amazing, given that I usually record on average about 2. They're really hard! Anyway, as a result, you have this collection of Andy Warhol-style silkscreen-like variations to look forward to:
I plan to call it Andy Warhol taught everyone nothing.
I know, I've explored Warhol treatments in the past. But while that was funny, this is better. I'll get back to you later on everything.
I have only one tidbit to add: Andy Warhol taught everyone nothing. Oops, already said that.