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Crumble, Crackle, Burn: 120 Stunning Textures for Design & Illustration Hardcover – June 12, 2007
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I love the book, love the textures and have many ideas of how I am going to use them in future projects. I also think the title is very fitting, I would highly recommend this book because any worthwhile artist/designer is going to appreciate the many creative opportunities the textures provide. Way to go Von !!
Von Glitschka is a genius in his own creative way i enjoy reading and learning from his titles what more can i say he never seems to disappoint.
I have figured out how to color them should I want to and more.
I am one happy camper... best book for the money!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you do know your way around an image editing program, how to use layers and curves, this is a great resource. Von Glitschka urges the reader to build and organize their own texture library - which, for me, has always been one of those things that winds up on my good intentions list.
With this collection, at least, I don't have to curse my own procrastination or laziness - I can just reach for this collection.
There's an almost amazing amount of variety here. Brick walls. Wooden walls. Asphalt and concrete floors. Peeling paint, baked by the sun paint.
Each texture is accompanied by an example from a variety of artists. The examples are all well done and instructive, But you'll need to know Photoshop to understand what the artist has done.
Overall, this is a geat value not only in terms of cost, but in having a sizeable library of textures immediately available and some excellent examples of how they can be used.
if you want this book to learn how to use texture don't buy it coz Von said this is not (HOW TO) book!!!!
I feel this book is commercial