My name is Martin and I'm a 3D artist from Stockholm, Sweden. I currently work as a 3D graphic artist for Polarbit Games - a developer of 3D games and middleware for the mobile and handheld markets. I previously worked at Avalanche Studios on their latest AAA title "Renegade Ops" which was released autumn 2011. Prior to that I studied at a vocational school for game development - focusing on 3D. And before that I studied graphical design, computer science and web design at different universities. I have loved computer games since I was about 5, maybe 4 years old. And I got my first computer when I was 9. If you have any questions about 3D or game development (professional or educational) then I'm more than happy to help you out. Cheers.
Posted by Niteshade on May 6th, 2012
I've been using Photoshop for ages but it wasn't up until yesterday that I found out about this wonderful software from Adobe called "Configurator 2.0".
I'll cut to the chase and describe it's features:
With Adobe Configurator, you can create your own customized Photoshop panels that can hold everything from filter or script shortcuts to HTML containers. And the software is SO easy to use - you will be testing out your panels within 5 minutes.
Here is a screenshot of my current workspace:
As you can see on the primary screen (right), I've created a custom tool panel with only the tools I use. This toolbar also contains a button for the Fill command and the Offset filter that I frequently use - as well as transforms that are unavailable via Ctrl+T such as Flip vertical (Y) or Horizontal (X). Also on the secondary screen (left) I've made a panel with shortcuts to the filters I use the most: Blur, Sharpen, Noise and some miscellaneous filters such as Mosaic (pixelate).
Very very handy software and I recommend everyone out there to try this one out: