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September 6th, 2004 #1
Worth to buy this? (and a hi)
Wondering if its worthy to buy this? Search the net, found nothing good as this:
Hi, my name is Aleksander
I`m from sweden and..... lives near stockholm.
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Hi, another swede here.
Dont really know about that CD, you can get all the info you need on the internet (at least for that kind of work). The sample clips werent that good. It looks like he shows you how to do it but not why you do it like that. I think its more important to know why. He doesnt really explain it very well.
At least thats what I think.
September 6th, 2004 #3
Yeah, it seemed he didnt show why.
Know any site I can get that info?
September 6th, 2004 #4
Not really... do you mean on coloring in photoshop or coloring in general? But Im sure some users on this board know about sites/tutorials for that.
Anyways a tutorial like that only shows you how to color that specific drawing. You should study the basics instead. You will learn alot more and you wont get bored like you would when you realise you cant reproduce that picture in the tut.
September 6th, 2004 #5
Ok all I`m in the searc of a good internet tutorial colouring site. lol.
The spawn way then I can already colour smoothly.
September 8th, 2004 #6
September 14th, 2004 #7
thanks guys, but I think I wanna buy a wacom instead you know.
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Hi Profil, Im actually selling those CDs now on Ebay. I would though say money into a wacom is a much better investment. You could pick them up later. I think all 3 of the 4 of those CDs were great but you cant beat owning a wacom.
October 27th, 2004 #9
just what i was thinking
so glad i stumbled across this thread. i have mixed feelings about computer colored comic book art but i've wanted to be proficient in it for a while now. the tutorial that was linked to above sounds like it will eventually be useful.
i have in the past few years come across a number of articles in photoshopuser and computer art projects (is that the name of it?) magazines that have had somewhat useful tutorials though nothing terribly in depth. there is also a book called "commercial photoshop" which seems like it might be useful but i can't find it anywhere and ive been too lazy to order it from amazon. yes thats right- im too lazy to buy something online.
has anyone else heard of this book? is it useful for this stuff?