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I agree with magik pants it is kinda hard to understand which layers go were and what to do with each layer. panels 1 6 and 7 are kinda difficult. great tut though once i get what to do i am going to be doing this all the time
Great tutorial I really love the outcome, It was very helpful. You should post it at [link] and earn credits for your work and use them in the shop to get brushes,psds, and other items from other artists. We also have a tournament coming up next month for the winner to win $30.
I just found back again this GREAT tutorial (I already found it tonight, while lazingly browsing in search of anything interesting - then I lost it! I had no references, couldn't remember where did I find it.... - you won't believe it: I browsed 'Resources> Tutorials>hotoshop' starting from 'newest first' way way way back up to it- can you imagine how many 24 thumbnails pages I have been watching? I REALLY wanted it back!!! ) - I'm DEFINITELY gonna use it - but.... one question how come when I save it as .png I just get a 1x1 pixel useless image? what am I supposed to do, in order to download it and have it handy while I'm ..."doin' it" in PS? I tried to open it with ImageReady but, even enlarging it, I got back a... a BLACK window - that's it - plz help me, I can't keep this page open in DA all the time while workin'...
anyhow, great image in itself, beside the undoubted usefulness!!!!
The detailed image, explanation and advice is amazing. I can really add something to my tuts if I'd take the same path as you . Amazing depth to this tutorial - truely something to learn from. Good for expirienced users of Photoshop. Yes, thumbs up - a great tutorial covering some widely unknown fields of PS.