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    clouds/mountain/tree tut?

    anyone know any tutorials for coulds,trees and mountain for photshop or painter?? please list some!! i really wana know how to do em!!

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    I donīt know where Lowell, ma is, but I think itīs in the States, neh?

    You should be able to purchase a copy of "How to color for comics" from the folks that do Gold Digger and Ninja High School.

    They show easy to learn photoshop tuts on clouds. Let me know if you have the opportunity to get one. If not I may scan the cloud pages and post īem here.


    Wolf

    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didnīt come back.

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    i'll look more into that. but can you post the tutorials anyways?

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    These are very good cloud tutorials:

    First by Katherine Dinger
    http://div.dyndns.org/EK/tutorial/cloud/

    Second by Steven Stahlberg
    http://www.optidigit.com/stevens/cloudtut.html

    Also check out their sites, there are great pieces on em.

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    Hey sarath,

    You probably want to check out Dan Seegmiller's book too. It has some great tutorials in it - even one about how to do a tree... sort of like this one I did in a few minutes following his tut:



    Great fun!

    Cheers,
    Paul Mikulecky
    Lost Pencil Animation Studios Inc.
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    "The art of character animation is to try
    to catch lightning in a bottle.... one volt
    at a time." Brad Bird
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