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04/14/2008 02:33:50 PM · #1
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How'd They Do That
'Pearl Diver' by kiwiness

View this tutorial here.
04/14/2008 02:34:37 PM · #2
link dont work :(
04/14/2008 02:39:34 PM · #3
Originally posted by joynim:

link dont work :(

I don't think it's been posted yet to that section of DPChallenge...at least I didn't see it when I went there directly.

Just double-checked and the last one posted is 'Triumph!' by ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', '/') + 1) . ' Ann, and it's id # is 48.

Message edited by author 2008-04-14 14:41:25.
04/14/2008 09:36:08 PM · #4
Bump, link was fixed earlier, however this may have already fallen off the radar before it was fixed.
04/14/2008 09:44:29 PM · #5
it is very quick, looked good
04/14/2008 09:59:35 PM · #6
I chuckle every time i see the Some Time later bit
04/14/2008 10:05:13 PM · #7
Second bump, the source files have been linked at the top in case you wanted to try your hand at recreating it.
04/14/2008 10:26:10 PM · #8
That was awesome, thanks for the tutorial.
04/14/2008 10:47:22 PM · #9
Some time later... yuk yuk. :P

That was a FANTASTIC tutorial, Gary! Very well put together - even without sound the video was easy to follow along. Inspires me to try something along those lines. THANKS for sharing!
04/15/2008 07:03:47 PM · #10
Bump - cuz I am doubting too many people saw what a great job ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', '/') + 1) . ' Kiwiness did in putting the tutorial together.
It's worth a look to see How He Did That ---> ' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/5000-9999/5728/120/478509.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/5000-9999/5728/120/478509.jpg', '/') + 1) . '
04/15/2008 08:16:19 PM · #11
I saw it on the magazine site and was totally blown away with both his vision and his ability to realise it. I'm sooo glad he's chosen to share it here as well :)

(Excited and terribly nervous about getting to learn from the great Kapluggin in July!)
04/15/2008 08:25:44 PM · #12
Sweet Work mate I love it.
04/17/2008 02:23:44 PM · #13
Thanks all. And don't forget, always name your layers :)
04/17/2008 02:27:11 PM · #14
Originally posted by kiwiness:

Thanks all. And don't forget, always name your layers :)

Layer? Layer? ... You brought 'er, you layer!
04/17/2008 02:32:53 PM · #15
Originally posted by Strikeslip:

Originally posted by kiwiness:

Thanks all. And don't forget, always name your layers :)

Layer? Layer? ... You brought 'er, you layer!


hehehe..... nope I sold her agin :)
04/17/2008 02:52:14 PM · #16
Gary, many thanks to you for this contribution to the community!
04/17/2008 03:56:47 PM · #17
kiwi--
that tutorial is awesome.
did you get my pm about your hatty pic? I tried a tutorial using your image before knowing it was yours--I waited till after the challenge to PM you. with your photoshop experience you might appreciate it--it could use work as I'm not super good at illustrator yet.
04/17/2008 04:45:08 PM · #18
Great tutorial. I love watching someone use Photoshop well.
04/17/2008 05:02:04 PM · #19
Excellent tutorial... does anyone know what software was used to record the use of PS?
04/17/2008 05:03:16 PM · #20
Wow!

Thanks!

Bruce
04/17/2008 05:04:16 PM · #21
Originally posted by Louis:

Excellent tutorial... does anyone know what software was used to record the use of PS?

Not sure - maybe Camtasia?

Message edited by author 2008-04-17 17:05:07.
04/17/2008 05:11:54 PM · #22
There is a free version called Cam studio that is opensource--hard to make small file sized video though.

Edit to add: OK--I pm'd you again kiwi... (I think) Thanks for the quick reply earlier!

Message edited by author 2008-04-17 17:21:16.
04/17/2008 05:31:07 PM · #23
You are SO GENEROUS!

I can hardly wait to disect it - GRIN!
04/17/2008 05:43:19 PM · #24
nice work !! looks amazingly easy now ;}

thnx.


04/17/2008 06:12:50 PM · #25
Amazing. can't wait to get home and study it some more.
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