Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Learning new programs

Whether it's digital or traditional, I love watching other artists at work, don't you? And it's a great way to learn. For example, while I was studying the program , Adobe Illustrator, I found this fun video by youtube user, ZsoltVajda . I wouldn't say it's a tutorial - just fun to watch this piece of art in progress. Plus, the music is great!




If you are looking for in depth tutorials for digital work, my go to place is Lynda.com. Being a visual learner lynda.com in an invaluable resource for me and the subscription fee is reasonable.

6 comments:

Little Green Doll said...

Very interesting post! Thanks!!

Alicia PadrĂ³n said...

Very cool video Rozzie and nice link too! :o)

Deb said...

Wow, that was fun to watch. If only it were that easy, ha ha. I love Lynda.com too. My guru!

Kathy Weller said...

Thanks Roz. I just LOVED that video. I think I've seen it before. Anyway, I wish I could pull this out each and every time someone alludes to the idea that it's the computer doing all the work. This really shows all the work that goes into an illustration -- and it does it with such a good beat!

Gina Perry said...

Awesome! I got a little woozy watching this. It makes me want to check it out more closely - and I used to use Lynda.com often, it's fantastic.

roz said...

Thanks, gang. I'm glad you liked it. I find it mesmerizing.