Oh hell yes, make it so.
yeah do it. id love to read it
some tutorials would be greatcheck out my photoshop tilt shift tutorial http://mac-and-i.blogspot.com/2011/02/tilt-shift-photoshop-tutorial.htmlfollowing as well
that would be great.. Are you using a tablet for painting?
great post. following you
A tutorial would be great. I think a lot of us could learn from it mate.
I'd be interested in a photoshop one.
Any insight into skills and tricks of the trade would be awesome. Looking forward to this.
Do some tutorials!
im horrible with the programs! id love to see some tutorials. spoken word on youtube with a film of the screen would be awesome.
could you do a tutorial on how to blend an imported layer onto a background, using clone stamp/eraser/colour adjustment..., is the only thing i cant really do properly, my images always look "shooped"
@Jennifer Black: Do you mean how to "blend an imported layer onto a bg using clone stamp/eraser/colour adjustment"? Or are you asking for the "how to's" of these things separately? The most important thing to remember is to have all your images at the same resolution (if you're doing a photo-manip/montage) If you're just using it for texture, they don't have to be at the same resolution.
@bulwyf: Yup. A Wacom Graphire 4. In my opinion, you don't really have to go with an Cintiq or heck, even an Intuos, not if you're painitng with textures. But if you're into creating realistic paintings which depend on the deeper variance of strokes afforded by the more expensive models, then you can go for that.