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10 October 2003, 02:38 AM
Ok. I'm new with digital painting, and it would really be helpful if you guys would give me some tips or tutorials or anything on digital painting. I use PS7 and a 5x4 Wacom tablet.

Thanks in advance,

10 October 2003, 02:48 AM
Well what specifically do you need help with? There are all kinds of tutorials over the net, I think there is even a list on this board somewhere :)
Try some of these maybe...
(under tutorials make sure you click photoshop, or digital painting)
and can't ever go wrong with google!

The best advice i could possibaly give is practice practice practice, thats the only way, don't be affraid to get in there and get that mouse dirty... and you may even find some tuts on adobe's home page.. hope this helps :beer:

10 October 2003, 11:42 AM
hey ...he is right there are many tutorials out there try to search the web

and to get u going always look for inspiration on thosae days when u dont have any bright ideas. I started when i was 12 now i am 14.I am usng Maya now.

i like this person see his art section see all thats what i recommend .

10 October 2003, 11:23 AM
If you going to digital painting with photoshop you
can go to this very good tutorial site

10 October 2003, 03:41 PM
definitly the best advise is practice, thats the only way, don't be affraid to get in there and get that mouse dirty :) cheers, tania

10 October 2003, 09:29 PM
well, best advice is probably what dreamz have already said, practice! looking at some tuts can also help you how you show go on about tackling the issue.

Try still life, i recently tried this and learnt a lot from it. Also read some colour theory stuff, that helps too. Got me thinking.

here's a good intro in colour I read recently also a book I can recommend is "art of color" by Johannes Itten.

Take your time and hab fun!


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