How Did Photoshop Create That?
We are giving away an Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription!

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbee.com/v/laweb/event?eid=157561874#/tickets

Date: Tuesday June 26 – 7:00 PM-9:00 PM

Location: BLANKSPACES Santa Monica – 1450 2nd St, Santa Monica, CA  90401

Description: Martin Bruinsma explores tips and techniques that you can use to create eye-catching images. (Feel free to bring examples of images you’d like to figure out)

Speaker Bio: Martin Bruinsma attended UCLA  as a Psychobiology major and graduated from Art Center College of Design with a BFA in Illustration. 

He has worked for dozens of entertainment ad agencies as a staff member or freelancer and used photoshop to build and finish movie posters and other entertainment collateral.  He has been hired for celebrity retouching,  as a background artist for video games, design and creation of album cover art, and has worked with surgical teams to create medical illustrations.
 
He is  currently focused on a series of paintings on canvas rooted in the sensibilities of Film Noir.Please come to see his work at Lois Lambert Gallery in Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. The show opens Saturday, July 14  and runs until September 1.

 

7:00 PM – Doors Open – Registration (PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE BEFORE 7:00 PM!!)

7:10 PM – 10 Minute Tips & Tricks With a Pro – Text effects in illustrator with the appearance panel with Sebastian Bleak

7:20 PM – How Did Photoshop Create That?

8:45 PM – Prize Drawing (WIN A YEAR SUBSCRIPTION TO ADOBE CREATIVE CLOUD!)

8:50 PM – Meeting End

Seating is very limited. Register early if you want to attend, registration is on a first-come basis.
If you still want to attend without registering ahead and space permits, it will be $10 at the Door and includes 1 door prize ticket.

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbee.com/v/laweb/event?eid=157561874#/ticketsPlease feel free to invite as many friends as you want and forward this invitation!

A meetup event of the LA Web Professionals Group, Los Angeles Web Design company DK Interactive Design, Daniel Kramer Computer Consulting.