Russell Brown showcased a new way to paint using Photoshop CS5 during Adobe MAX 2010, which he called “Extreme Painting.” This new technique uses lasers to engrave an image onto a canvas made of solid wood and then using a high quality flatbed printer, prints the color image onto the carved wooden canvas leaving the creator with a eye popping 3D version of the original image – the entire process can be seen in the video below!
Russell thought this idea was so neat he’s decided to create a series of “Extreme Painting” videos. He will randomly choose one lucky Fan’s original image, one of YOUR images, to be put through this very process and then mail the final canvas to you for free! To participate all you need to do is post a link to your image in the comments below and tell us why you think your image deserves to win.
Russell will also be giving 10 randomly selected Fans from the comments below free copies of his book “From Reality to Renaissance.” So don’t be shy, let us know what you think of the “Extreme Painting” technique!
P.S. Don’t forget to tell us how to get in touch with you; otherwise we can’t let you know if Russell thought your image was the best. Good luck!
Director of Product Management, Digital Imaging