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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by casper03, Dec 26, 2001.

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  1. hewee

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    hamster ,

    hehehe, Have you tried finger painting?


    casper03,

    Your welcome.
     
  2. casper03

    casper03 Thread Starter

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    and the winner is:
     

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  3. hewee

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    casper03,

    Well thank you.

    The spinning text is about all I do in Ulead gif animator 5.0 because they change version 5 so much I have learn how most of it works and I have not done so yet.
     
  4. Davey7549

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    Hewee
    Nice job on the text addition. Ulead makes a good product.
    The 9x12 Wacom is very nice but will take me some time to get used to looking somewhere else while drawing. A new dimension in hand and eye coordination for me. I have created a few abstracts and pastels very basic though. With all the talent and experience you guys have shown it will be a while before I will present my first work off the Wacom.
    Again nice job on the text work. All you guys are really doing well.
    Dave
     
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    Very nice job with the text hewee. I did get PSP7...now I can play until it's my time to be put in the ground :)

    I also bought an inexpensive tablet and agree with Dave...drawing on the tablet while looking at the monitor is quite a different experience

    buck
     
  6. hewee

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    davey7549,

    Hey all I did was pick and click.:D
    I do like the way you have a bigger window to work in and I was able to have more then one line of text added.
    Will if you don't like the way you have to work with your 9x12 Wacom Tablet I will give you may address.:D Then you can get the real nice Wacom Cintig LCD monitor to draw on.

    http://wacom.com/lcdtablets/index.cfm

    Only $1899.00 so get yours today.:D

    Don't you wish. Hey who know but 5-10 years from now maybe all of us will have one.

    By the way on the Painter Classic. Images, nozzle, brushs and other things there in the program you have a lot more that are on the CD also. Been a long time so I am guessing on this but you can look and read up on it also. But I think you Load Library and point it to the CD. The online Web help is no more because Corel took over MetaCreations but I did do some searching a long time ago for Help on Painter Classic and got these sites.
    You can get more Images, nozzle etc. Just make sure they will work for your version. Ok just seen this at the site.
    "Just copy the unzipped file to your favorite nozzle area, and load it into Painter through your "load nozzle" command"
    So there is no install so if you got one that will not work with your version then just delete it. It works the same as the added ones on your CD.

    http://www.angelfire.com/zine/backofthefolio/peale.html

    http://www.gardenhose.com/
    This one as things for Painter and Paint Shop.

    And the last link is a 404 not found so forget it.
    But your get links from those two links above and then more from the other sites.

    buck52,

    Great now you can start doing all the fancy things also. You too can get tons of things to add to PSP7. Here are my bookmarks for ya.

    Some real great Tutorials at these sites too.

    http://www.artdept.com.au/psp_robrow/

    http://www.pspbook.com/IndexedLinks/TubeLinks.html

    http://cherowolf.tripod.com/TubeLinks.htm
    A ton of tubes here.

    http://www.mannmadeimages.com/tutzone.html

    http://dixielady.com/tutorials/mask/Mask1.html

    http://www.frontiernet.net/~willshak/style_palette/

    http://www.frontiernet.net/~willshak/index.html

    http://home.earthlink.net/~mysticdream/

    http://www.detfig.com/Links/PSP/

    http://www.zdnet.com/devhead/filters/0,9429,2133231,00.html

    http://www.pspug.org/

    There that will give you two a lot to look at.
     
  7. slipe

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    Never had the problem interfacing with the tablet – it just replaced the mouse for graphics. I’m not an artist so that might be the difference. I got my 6 X 9 CalComp about 3 years ago and had been working with Photoshop for 6 years, so it seemed natural to work with my hands while guiding things on screen.

    I think artists need big tablets to allow those grand artistic strokes. I’m more than happy with my 6 X 9 and would probably do fine with one of those little 4 x 5 Wacoms.

    I do mostly retouching photos and reviving old photos. The difference with the tablet was dramatic. A mouse is a blunt tool compared to a tablet for graphics.
     
  8. casper03

    casper03 Thread Starter

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    my first pathetic effort
     

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  9. casper03

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    still the best ive seen
     

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  10. SavvyLady

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    they were all good
     
  11. casper03

    casper03 Thread Starter

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    oh i do mean they were all great :
    much better than my own pathetic attempt anyway
     
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