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Freelance illustrator and designer Mark Mayers is based in Cornwall. With over 18 years’ experience, he can recall life before Macs and is a reformed technophobe.
Mark now writes tutorials for leading publishers worldwide, and has won several awards, including MetalFX Designer of the Year.
Prepare to shock! Terrify! Amaze! Mark Mayers demonstrates how to recreate the shlock B-movie posters of cinema’s golden age.
In this tutorial, Mark Mayers' will show how to convert an existing image or illustration into a 3D image with help from Photoshop.
Dynamic lighting isn’t new – far from it. The 16th-century Baroque art movement saw artists such as Giovanni Baglione use chiaroscuro (Italian for…
Roll up, roll up for Mark Mayers’ step-by-step guide to using 3D elements for vintage poster effects with Photoshop and the free Daz Studio tool.
The pop art movement of the 1950s celebrated the birth of consumer culture, taking mundane things into art galleries. Learn how to create artworks…
Master a convincing shattering-glass effect that has dozens of applications with this brilliant technique from Mark Mayers.
Seamlessly integrate 3D elements using Photoshop Extended.
Create a cool look using Illustrator’s Symbols and Global Colors.
Mix and match images to stunning effect, with these fantastic tricks from Mark Mayers.
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