Using clipping groups to make variations on an object

Abes, Cathy
July 1996
Macworld;Jul96, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p132
Details how artist Bert Monroy used computer clipping groups in making photorealistic imagery of bins full of beans. Addition of layers to generate numerous objects; Tools.


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