Psdtuts+ is only as popular as our audience makes it. Thanks to everyone for stopping by on a regular basis to to share ideas about Photoshop, digital illustration, design, and more within this thriving creative community. To show our appreciation, I have some freebies to mail out this week! We've got some awesome books to give away. It's really simple to enter. Learn more at the jump!
The contest has concluded. Thanks to everyone that entered. The winners are shown below and their books are in the mail. Congratulations!
- Iris Chamberlain, on Twitter: irischamberlain
- Hankai Zhang, on Twitter: designkyle
- Simon Steele, on Twitter: simonsteele
What Must I Do?
To enter into the drawing, all you need to do is follow Psdtuts+ on Twitter, if you aren't already! Next, leave a comment containing your username for verification purposes. I'll then randomly select a few people from this list and email you! It's as simple as that. I'll be selecting three random winners in the next 48 hours!
Up for Grabs!
We have three awesome books on Adobe Photoshop CS4 up for grabs. Each winner will also receive the "60, Unite For Children" book. Leave your comment to have a chance at winning one of these books.
Creative Photoshop CS4: Digital Illustration and Art Techniques (Paperback)
How to Cheat in Photoshop CS4: The art of creating photorealistic montages (Paperback)
Photoshop CS4: The Missing Manual (Paperback)
60, Unite For Children
Each winner will also receive the "60, Unite For Children" book, published by APAG.
The Book's Description
Featuring the work of Adhemas Batista, Jon Burgerman, Niko Stumpo, Tokyoplastic, The Ronin, MK12, Tokidoki, Joshua Davis, The Hejz, Arthur de Pins...First execution of the "60 Unite For Children's project, this anthology is a collective work with more 60 artists.
Through 180 pages, you will discover various creations, some of them will be abstract, others more explicit; some will be radiant, others dark and pessimistic. Given that each artwork corresponds to the picture its author has of the world, it is obvious that all of them cannot reflect every artist’s ideal.
We wanted to add a "philosophical aspect"; so we invited each artist to express their feeling about their work. Almost each work comes with a short text from its author.
The totality of the profit from the book’s sell will be given to UNICEF. So, go check it out and consider purchasing it. The artwork rocks and it's a good cause!
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