February 10th, 2008

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Pop Art tutorials?

Hope this is allowed - I've checked the memories and can't seem to find anything, so:

Does anyone have any hints for where I can find tutorials on getting a pop-art style? I've found this one, but I'd quite like to get a few different ideas on what, generally, goes into making an icon in this style.

For info: I use PS Elements 3.0, but I have the plug-in that lets me work with curves and selective colouring.

Many thanks in advance.

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What's your favorite translatable tutorial?
It depresses me to see great tuts that don't work with elements 3.

Also, does anyone know of some tutorials where the maker actually explain why you're doing what you're doing?
I know what certain things look like in the end, but I don't know what they're doing.
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GIMP Animation

I'm looking for tutorials on how to make something like this:



(cropping, coloring, and avi -> gif)

(Icon was made by me with Imageready...which no longer works)

With Gimp's Animation Package.
I have no idea how to use GIMP at all. I just got it, because I need something to use for animation and Imageready won't work anymore.

If anyone has or knows where I can get such a tutorial I will give them tasty cake...
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Tutorial - Jack Shephard from Lost

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting -> Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting

- Made in Photoshop 7, but fully translatable. No Selective Colouring.
- Requires knowledge of adjustment layers. (Lots of Colour Balance)
- Image-heavy and ridiculously long. My goal was to teach, not to give you guys a laundry list of numbers that you can plug in. Willingness to experiment is key!

Interested? See it here!