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Sneak Attack

https://www.facebook.com/events/1477206212599789/

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC • ALL AGES

www.CommonTheorySD.com
www.ThumbprintGallery.com
www.Robeast.com

Custom sneaker and sneaker art show for the masses!

Food • Drinks • Live Art

DJ HEKTIK
DJ NORM ROCWELL
DJ OLIBATA

Featured Artists

ANNIE LOU
E.VIL
JACK STRICKER
JASON GOULD
JASON HUMPHREY
RBST
ROB ZILLA III
RON ILOCOS
SHARPSHOETER
TOYGAMI

Live art by

CALLIN SHOTS CLOTHING
ANDEYERUNIT

Photobooth:

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“Spring Forward” (DST) – not my favorite time of year. I’m a night owl, so I really enjoy the early sunsets. But, now it feels like it’s bright (super bright) all day long. And, when it’s evening, it’s suddenly late (super late). That doesn’t work for me because I like to do my thing when it’s dark. As it is, I’m pretty restless right now…

< Edit: This is my 100th post here on the Reduction…! >
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rbst_book_sbxIMG_0979 1.JPG – I found this photo tonite during my weekly archive.

I had this view of an empty lot; beyond that an empty parking lot; beyond that a building; beyond that infinity. I used to go out on the balcony and just stare at this view. Bladerunner always came to mind. It’s since become obstructed, since maybe last sumer or fall. I forget.

Now there’s a wall where that view was, brightly lit. I can’t look over it or around it – just at it. I kept telling myself that it’d be a while before that wall came up. Then, boom; there it was; just like that.

I need a NAS…

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When using Adobe Photoshop (PS), what color space do you work in…?

The two things I hear all the time are:

  1. Work in RGB. You can choose more colors. They’ll pop more. And, you’ll have access to more filters.
  2. Work in CMYK. If you start in RGB, you’ll have to convert to CMYK before you print anyway.

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My final goal with most of my work is print, so this explanation is geared to that end. The following charts were created using PS Creative Suite (CS)  5.1 and InDesign (ID) CS 5.5; then exported as RGB *.jpg’s for web posting. 


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