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Photoshop Case-study: Imperium V

We have another awesome Photoshop casestudy for you today. Instead of a traditional tutorial, this is a case-study of the steps involved in constructing the sleek Photoshop piece ‘Imperium V’ by Andre Meca.

You can see how every detail was assembled, and how the composition developed over time. I hope that this provides an interesting insight into this great designer! Please let me know your thoughts on the piece and its construction.

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Note: A .psd is not included in the members area for this particular case-study, but files may be available for future case-studies.

About the Author:

Andre is a talented photographer and artist. You can see more of his work at his DeviantArt Page or Behance Page.

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  1. Cesar says:

    Inspired :D thanks bro

  2. great break down to an awesome case study, must have taken many hours to complete?

  3. N-D-go says:

    Very nice tut and impressive result !

  4. Very cool tutorial, definitely worth taking the time to complete, nice work.

  5. Daily Design says:

    Hi great case study Andre do you have any free online Photoshop tutorial that I can use to study it? Because so far I have not found that really complete and answer my entire questions, to improve my Photoshop ability

  6. Andre Meca says:

    @Daily Design Sorry but i don’t have any tutorial!

    The simply reason that i make case studys instead of tutorials, is cuz the tuts consume alot of time..and god i wish to have that time XD

    Just that! But who knows in the future you’ll see some tutorials of mine!

    Andre Meca.

  7. Bart says:

    This is sick!
    Really wish there was a step by step tutorial of this particular piece.
    Only just starting to use the programs and all.

    Love it!

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