Going from to
Over here @ my graphics journal
Made in Photoshop 5.0, translatable.
*i use PhotoShop CS2
(Follow The Leader)
hah. thats the best i can do in gimp. im completely new to anmation. anyone mind helping me? thanks in advance :D
i use gimp 2.0 thanks.
i want to make little cartoon animation-type things with pixelly-people in icons.
I'm using PSP7 and when i go to do a flood fill a box pops up and says "no foreground style selected. this tool requires a non-full foreground style. check the settings on the color palette"
And this is my first tutorial.
Using color layers only.
Here at my icon journal
( Under the fake cut )
Learn how to make this... here...
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Made In Paint Shop Pro 9 // translatable
( In 8 steps. )
This is my first tutorial so be nice :)
Here are some other icons made with the same techinque.
( follow the fake cut to colorfulness! )
Created in Photoshop Elements 2.0
Click here to find out!
Icon by x___conniieee. Thank you!
EDIT: I have CS2
Thanks in advance.
Using selective colour
Made in Photoshop 7.0, use of Selective Color involved.
Who cares if he's single, take you're shirt off!!
I'm wondering about (Photoshop's) Custom Shapes. I've used them, occasionally - when I want a little heart, it's a lot quicker to find the Shape than go through my brushes, for instance - but I wonder, what is the particular virtue of Custom Shapes? When and why is it better to use a shape than a brush? Is there, indeed, a Right Way to Use Shapes? As often as not, I convert a Shape to a Brush, because I can handle brushes happily, but there must be a reason why the Custom Shapes are different.
I've prowled through the memories here at icon_tutorial and in a couple of other places, and found nothing at all on the topic - Custom Shapes very rarely seem to crop up in icon tutorials. Photoshop's own Help doesn't seem to say anything about the Why questions. If anyone has an explanation, or can direct me to a tutorial or explanatory post, I'd be grateful.
Today I will show you how to go from this:
or even this:
I use PS 7.0 and this tut involves Selective Coloring.
It won't be exact due to the fact I made the icon quite some time ago and only recently wrote the tutorial. But it'll be similar. Made in PSPX, but most likely can be used in other programs.
Paint Shop 9 // Translatable // only color layers // 3 steps