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#1 Pasidon

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Posted 09 February 2010 - 11:04 PM

I posted an ad about the freehand tutorials I was giving at CCB, and the Temple could use some more people interested in it, so this is where I'll be posting video tutorials of freehand techniques and helping people along in developing their techniques for Revora.

I'll be doing these tutorials using a simple graphic design program called Gimp.
http://www.gimp.org/ - Go here to download the latest Gimp.

My tutorials will be done randomly, but requesting something you would like to see made can be done. And this is the right place to ask questions. And just say if you'll want to be involved. I may consider stating up contests or other interactive art-themed events if we get enough people interested. And this stuff gets people jobs all the time, so it isn't just for fun and all... this could be a career for you.

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#2 Lee

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 02:26 PM

I look forward to seeing this.

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 08:27 PM

Ahhh... marvelous. Thanks Lee.

Fire Tutorial
http://www.2shared.c...e_Tutorial.html -Download here

My first tutorial is over the quick and painless act of creating fire. Just add a fire texture on with a fuzzy brush, smudging, and dodging with a hint of burning at the end. I kept it simple and small, but that's the general idea. And remember... my tip of the day: use quick spiral motions with the smudge tool. Gives anything a swaying texture.

And feel free to try it out and post it here.

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