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15 Set the Rays layer to spin slowly with two simple rotation key frames at the start and end of the timeline. Play around until you’re happy with the rotation speed (I used a 90-degree rotation of 20 seconds for my piece). Fade the Opacity and Duplicate the Ray layer, Fast Blurring one of the clones and changing it to an “Add” Transfer Mode. TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost and Genuine! FEATURE 16 You can now animate the man’s arms using Rotation Key Frames. If the arm layers’ anchor points have been set correctly, the movements should look pretty convincing.

I take a real-world work (most often an ink drawing or gouache painting) and adding layers of textures and colours from my library of digital resource material, such as the files provided on the cover CD, to create a cohesive piece. It’s retro warmth meets sly modernity. Well, that’s the idea anyway. During this tutorial, I hope to impart a novel way of solving a visual problem, digitally, while ensuring that the finished piece doesn’t reveal its Photoshop roots. Then, if you ever need to create an image with the look and feel of decades gone by, you can use some of these tricks rather than applying the same old filters, familiar to everyone, time and time again.

This flattened copy can then be converted to CMYK, ready for printing. TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost and Genuine! April 2005 | 33 CA INTERVIEW ABOVE: Fantasy Interactive (L-R): creative director David Hugh Martin, interactive director Johan Adolfsson, art director Krister Karlsson and business director Camilla Östblom. The topless guy is a well-known “street” resident of Stockholm. 34 | April 2005 TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost and Genuine! CA INTERVIEW David Martin, the CEO behind bright-eyed, Stockholm-based Fantasy Interactive, tells Mark Penfold about his plans to drag the World Wide Web into the 21st century… LOCATION: STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN PHOTOGRAPHY: JAMES WILSON April 2005 TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost and Genuine!

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