August 5th, 2008

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When I go to 'Save for Web' and hit save, a message comes up that says the action cannot be completed because an error has occurred and then my Photoshop closes all together, so everything I just made is lost. Anyone have an idea what's wrong?

I use Photoshop 7, btw.

Aledealistically - Feat. Blake Lively

Another tutorial for all of you guys interested out there, here you go!

Program Used: Adobe Photoshop CS2
Amount of Steps: 6-7
Textures Used: Yes

BEWARE: if this tut cut doesn't work, then the struggling for the past half hour went to waste =[ Today, Livejournal is against me! (That's why there are two cuts, one forwarding to the end)

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crow the//; you know that i want you;

Tutorial +01: As Seen On TV

This is my first attempt at a tutorial so I won't lie and say I'm not anxious about it.

I’d consider this more advanced as familiarity of Photoshop tools and actions are required. I can’t say if this is translatable or not.

I'm using Photoshop 7.0, by the way.

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(originally over here at gavinnerism)
I'd appreciate comments over there if you have any. :']

Qui + Obi goodness!

hm...too many untranslatable tuts lately. I IS POOR. CANNOT AFFORD PS CS3.

This icon won first @ swicontest.


-The coloring is not exactly the same. While I saved the .psd file, I merged together the colored image, and lost the exact process I went through.
-Done in PSE4.
-Medium-ish level.

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Stock: Key; Castle Keys

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I have searched the community archives but I don't even know what to really call what I am looking for, so it's hard to search.

Anyways, I am looking for a tutorial on how to turn a picture into what looks like a drawing. Not so much a comic book effect, but more like it was actually hand drawn.

if anyone has any idea, that would be fantastic!

I use pscs2! Thank you!