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Justin Herrera The14thGOD

3d

3D images are just that. They are images with three-dimensions. Meaning that you can turn the 3D object and get a new view. These are pictures of some of the works that I have done with 3ds Max 8 and Cinema 4d.

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Drawings

The drawings here are drawings I drew myself. I usually use a mechanical pencil as my art tool but I have tried pen before. Now with the purchase of a Wacom tablet I am strating to mess around with drawing straight into photoshop.

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Fractal

Fractal art is a very complicated art. The actual images are done by a program that runs very complicated mathematical equations. After the initial design the user has the ability to manipulate it in many different ways to their liking. These are some of the designs that I have come up with.

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Raster

Most of the images here were done in Photoshop. Raster images are the more common web form of picture which uses pixels (tiny squares of color) to form a picture. Raster defers from vector due to it's incapability of increasing the size and keeping the same resolution.

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Vector

Vector images are based on math rather than pixels. The computer uses two points to figure out the angle of the line and the distance. Because it's based on math instead of pixels, the image can be resized and not lose any quality. This kind of art is more for graphic design (logos, bill boards, etc). These are a few designs I have done.

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