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Today at the Adobe MAX event in Los Angeles, the software maker demoed a bunch of nifty new things they have brewing for future releases. One of the coolest was a web version of Photoshop that allows some pretty impressive image-editing capabilities without the need to install any software.
One time I drove five hours out of my way on a road trip to Monument Valley, only to be devastated when I arrived. Instead of the bright red buttes I’d envisioned against a clear blue sky, a grey haze had settled into the valley, rendering the landscape flat and lifeless. My photographs could have been saved by a new app that can add sun and light to images with simple text commands.
Briefly: Amazing artwork created by Barcelona-based studio Garrigosa using 3D and Photoshop for a print ad campaign: Widowed insects crying for the husbands that got killed by insecticide. These guys are CGI geniuses. Expand the pictures below to see how insanely detailed they are.
Illustrator and digital artist Oliver Wetter photoshopped Kaiju and other big beasts into classical landscape paintings, mimicking the artists’ styles. He nails the lighting, brush strokes and mood, all hand drawn with a stylus — a skilled tribute to the original painters as well as the cult icons he added.