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Andrew Buckle
Works at Abneil Software Ltd
Attended Queen Mary, University of London
Lives in Maidstone
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ScopeWorks / Kaleidoscope application for the mac
Created a number of videos showing examples of work created in ScopeWorks as well as mixed with additional filters in Photoshop etc. Also added a longish tutorial on some of the uses and features of the powerful Mac application http://www.graphicxtras.com/s...
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https://vimeo.com/graphicxtras Added new video channel on vimeo.com with more video tutorials
Designer / developer of plugins and presets (custom shapes, brushes, etc for Photoshop and Illustrator and PSP and Painter etc) Andrew Buckle
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Contour custom shapes for Photoshop
http://www.graphicxtras.com/contours.htm 1000s and 1000s of great designs can be created using the artworks in the sets - they are for use in Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 etc as well as standalone 6, 7, 8, 9, etc all the way up to the current versio...
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A little 3D and HDR
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https://vimeo.com/173261705 Added a new video showing how to add multiple strokes to a shape in Photoshop
A quick run through on how to add multiple strokes to a shape in Photoshop (Photoshop CC 2015.5) and examples given are using the shape converted to a smart object…
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http://www.graphicxtras.com/photoshoppatterns.htm Updated the black and white patterns for Photoshop, psp, indesign, pages, affinity photo, acorn page
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Combining pattern overlays using smart objects in Photoshop
You can combine a pattern overlay in Photoshop by selecting a shape layer etc and then adding a pattern overlay via the layer styles menu and then by going to the layer menu and convert smart object and then going back to the layer menu and layer styles and...
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A variation on the earlier flowing 3D design
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Using Acorn software and a few filters
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Design and watch too much TV
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Programming, art, design
Employment
  • Abneil Software Ltd
    Directory, 2003 - present
  • LogicaCMG
    Programmer, 1989 - 1992
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Maidstone
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Designer and programmer
Introduction
Create designs / patterns / fonts / brushes / symbols / shapes for graphicxtras.com as well as do the web design, dish washing and tutorials etc. Developed resources such as plugins for use in Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 etc as well as Illustrator, Fireworks, After Effects, Painter, PaintShop Pro and many other applications on the PC and MAC. Regularly add new video tutorials on how to use and install and how to create etc on Youtube. Can be contacted by e-mail Andrew Buckle (support@graphicxtras.com)

Been developing plugins and resources for Photoshop etc since 1995 when I started with a series of 1000 filters called 'Andrew's filters' as well as selections of Photo frames as well as Painter nozzles and grains. Since then created numerous series of Illustrator plugins as well as Photoshop plugins and other tools for use on the PC and MAC.

Based in the UK
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Over a million Youtube views.. ok, a few less than celebs
Education
  • Queen Mary, University of London
    Physics, 1981 - 1984
    Please don't ask me any questions about Physics.. I ended up doing more computer work etc than Physics.
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Quite a reasonable store with good prices with a large range of groceries and dvds and toys etc. Lacking in a few areas such as no papers but overall, thumbs up for the addition of the store to the Maidstone / Allington area
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Been very pleased with my treatments of the years with Bright dental practice. I have always found the dentist (s) / receptionist / hygenist and others very good at their jobs. The staff have been very helpful beyond the call of duty. Very warm and welcoming practice. Totally recommended.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Perhaps not as good as the Springfield Library / Maidstone / Archives etc it replaced but a decent library to visit. A reasonable selection of graphic novels are available as well as good selection of art books. Sadly, many of the wonderful books I used to peruse at the Springfield seem to be no longer accessible via the KLRA shelves. You can reserve them but then again, it was always a lot easier to browse at the Springfield (and searching their database, many of the books seem to be no longer available). Well lit and very friendly and helpful staff. Good selection of the current papers as well. Good internet access as well, you can always see many of the computers in use though I have never had a problem getting onto a PC (though not on Windows 8.1 - they really need to update that)
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Always enjoy a visit to Carrefour. It is a huge store though in recent years it seems to have had some modifications with the DVD department sadly reduced (even to the point of not being able to find the brilliant Isabel TV series). The food department takes up most of the store and that is excellent with a massive range of items to check out. Great for snacks etc during a vacation (though there are always Mercadona, etc for that as well). Decently priced in most areas. The magazine section is sadly not very good (compared with the Carrefoir in Lille etc). Recommended. Only minus point has to be that annoying jingle they play over and over and over which must drive most people mad, certainly has that affect on me.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Very good selection of items at very good prices. Always worth a visit at Xmas for some really unusual German items. Good selection of meats and veg as well as sweets / cakes / etc. Just a pity that the store is only there and not over in other parts of the town such as the London Rd Park.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It is a very good store but just not as enjoyable to visit as the old one (nor the previous Borders / Books etc). The layout is not great but it does have a vast range of books. Just a little soulless now. The upstairs viewing / art gallery is very good though and has a nice view across the rooftops.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Always worth a visit. Much the same layout as many Fnacs throughout Europe (sadly, there is none in the UK). A decent range of TVs, DVD players, computers, books, records, DVDs etc. The prices are not always the cheapest but they definitely are worth a peruse and you can find many obscure gems. I particularly like the store for the comics / graphic novels range and I can spend quite a time going through all the books (as well as buying them, of course). Perhaps not as good a range as can be found in France etc but still worth checking out if you are in Valencia.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago