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Computer Arts
 
magazine Computer Arts
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8.8
4 reviews
Computer Arts
One year (13 issues) for £157.50
Computer Arts is the world's biggest selling creative magazine. It thrives on creativity and is the only technology magazine in the UK dedicated solely to visual art. It reports on, encourages, nurtures and facilitates creativity using the latest technology.
Unlike other computing magazines, Computer Arts doesn't exist to help you defrag your hard drive or set up a modem - here there are no distractions: it simply helps you to create stunning artwork, photos, animations and 3D models. From professionals to students, everyone who has an interest in computer-generated graphics, digital publishing, animation or multimedia reads Computer Arts.
Why? Well, every month we offer practical guidance on the software, hardware and techniques you need in your creative work. And it doesn't matter which hardware platform you use, either - Computer Arts covers both the PC and Mac.
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    I really like the magazine!
    JanJochem Overgaauw on 04-09-2012
    (8)
    I like this magazine a lot. Own it for about 15 months right now.

    Somethimes there are things that are totally new to me, maybe they can add a bit more designs into it.

    It depends from time to time. For sure an amazing inspiring magazine. Worth buying if you are serious in design.
    Frederick Alonso on 22-06-2012
    (7)
    We really enjoy this magazine, keep up the good work!
    puntNL on 23-09-2011
    (8)
    Computer Arts magazine is a must read for every graphic design enthusiast! A lot of design inspiration mixed with some professional information on starting your own studio, making the perfect portfolio and such.
    You can also find a few new tutorials inside every new issue which are real tight.
    The quality of the printing is also spotless. Every new issue with a splendid new cover.

    In short: If you are a designer, buy this magazine!
    Peter Klaas Vrieswijk on 19-06-2010
    (9)
    The magazine is a source of inspiration and education.. To improve your skills, learn how to tweak your own designs, etc. Not only the interviews and the tutorials are a great addition to the magazine, as well are the lay-outs, the prints and hte contents more than overwelming.

    To keep it short and simple, I love Computer Arts magazine.
    Rik Mockers (Belgium) on 24-04-2009
    (9)
    I really like the contents of this magazine. Although the focus on arty designs could be less. More often then not clients like a more softer approach, for instance wtih a new concept for a magazine, fot the mainstream (sometimes older) reader.
    The indepth reviews of software and samples on how to work with them are much appreciated.

    Roto Smeets Utrecht on 17-09-2008
    (9)

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