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10/07/2006 11:29:08 AM · #1
I've been working on a short photoshop tutorial video, the first part of which is complete. It entails layer masks and adjustment layers. I was hoping a few here might test-pilot for me and offer some suggestions.

I'm aware that the sound quality is really lax, and the video leaves a little to be desired. If anyone can offer insight as to a good sreen capture prog (I'm using FrontCam), I'd be most grateful.

I'm more interested in knowing if people consider this a helpful tutorial, and whether I should bother making more...

Thanks in advance.

Tutorial Part 1

*EDIT* Tutorials are now kept here: TaintedLife

Message edited by author 2006-10-17 19:58:48.
10/07/2006 12:07:31 PM · #2
I think it is great so far...

Besides, any tutorial that has the words "translucent buttocks" in it certainly deserves merit! ;~)
10/07/2006 08:05:23 PM · #3
Cheers chuck.

*bumpy*
10/08/2006 05:01:31 AM · #4
Regardless of the lack of feedback I've decided to finish the first tutorial. Please take the time to have a look and leave some comments here. Any suggestions about content, or suggestions for software are encouraged. Please let me know. It's been enjoyable to make these three and I'd like to keep making them.

Tutorial Part 1
Tutorial Part 2
Tutorial Part 3

Editing to update that part 1 is now a streamable WMV as well.

Message edited by author 2006-10-08 07:23:05.
10/08/2006 08:28:39 AM · #5
watched tutorial 1 so far. I never understand 'masks', so thanks for 'showing' me it. Even when you made a mistake it was helpful because it wasn't perfect!

10/08/2006 08:45:07 AM · #6
Dylan this is just great.
Thanks so much for your time and hard work. Very nice and you sound so charming. I really enjoyed watching 1 and have saved 2 and 3. I hope you will do more. Again thank you.
10/08/2006 08:57:51 AM · #7
Thanks, great work....
10/09/2006 08:41:32 AM · #8
There's been some great feedback and I'm going to start work on a new tutorial, so if anyone would like an image I have done explained, please note it here or PM me. Cheers to everyone who left feedback and contacted me. A big thanks to Louis as well, I'll explain that in one of my coming tutorials!
10/09/2006 08:50:45 AM · #9
My computer is in a state of disarray but as soon as I get sound hooked up again, I'll watch these. I'm sure they're exceptional, so I vote you keep on making them!
10/12/2006 10:51:00 AM · #10
Thanks to all those who've sent feedback on my tutorials. Since there's been such a great response, I've decided to create another.

Tutorial 2

This one's a little shorter and covers a basic use of the curves tool.

I'm currently experimenting with better software to create nicer looking video.

Would anyone be against the files doubling in size, to say 25mb each?
10/17/2006 12:08:21 AM · #11
double away! i love the tutorials, thanks for the help
10/17/2006 12:54:26 AM · #12
Thanks for this good material!
10/17/2006 12:57:37 AM · #13
Saved the 1st 3. Watched a little piece. I'll watch the rest tomorrow after work. It's to late tonight. Looks goo so far.
10/17/2006 01:19:15 AM · #14
Very well presented young man
thanks!!
10/17/2006 10:45:18 AM · #15
Yet another

Tutorials can now be found here

*EDIT* Oops... it would seem the audio didn't encode with that... time to reencode... please postpone any downloads :P.

Message edited by author 2006-10-17 11:04:18.
10/17/2006 07:59:56 PM · #16
OK, the tutorial is back up with fixed sound. This one's encoded with xVid and is 27mb, but the quality is much better, let me know what you think.
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