You guys are free to use this brush; all i ask is... Fave this deviation if you download it Link back to this brush if you use it on any of your deviations or work If possible, I'd like comments and suggestions <3 but I know that takes a little bit more effort to do.
If you guys create a picture using my brushes I would love to see them! I hope you guys enjoy these brushes
-- Check The Time Tutorial -- second tag Tutorial i made was made for delta visions pack but because delta visions going down i thought why not to post it for every one can enjoy it. so hope it will be help full, enjoy
So, I'm sure I've seen something like this around before, but I figured I would make my own version with my little tips and tricks that I've found for photographing crafts (I'm by no means an expert, mind you!) since I was asked by a fellow crafter how to make one. I was also incredibly bored and this was a good way to kill time and help someone at the same time!
Hey everyone I have finally made this tutorial after like ... *checks watch* FOREVER? So yuhp, that's my 2 cents about the topic ;D
I did enjoy making this tutorial again because I do love to help people achieve certain effects So I really hope this does help some people !
For people who don't know what this tutorial is for it's for these effects -
Tutorial Rating - Intermediate
Information - In this tutorial you will need to know how to open photoshop files, have decent knowledge of the layer styles menu and what it does, a good knowledge of how to blend tones (shadows/highlights) also a good intuition of what looks good is always helpful
If you have any questions about this tutorial feel free to ask and I shall answer your questions
Because so many of you mentioned wanting to make one or asked for a tutorial, here it is! Feel free to ask me anything about this binding or bookbinding in general. You can pick your own size and colors or copy these. I would love to see some results, and if you post it up here I'll ad yours to the previews below!
If you have (or will) add this to your favourites, I probably won't be able to thank you on your page. So let me say it now: Thank you!
So I think the official name for this binding should be: "long stitch though a slotted spine with woven cover". I prefer to just call it "woven long stitch". Books with this binding by other deviants: Deviations inspired by this tutorial:
If you want to make your own signature punch tool, click here.
This book is also for sale in my shop!
Please visit www.boekbindboetiek.nl for: - My handmade books store, - Information about custom ordering books, - More information about me, - A blog about all of my hand-bound books.
You don't need talk english to understand! xD IS SO EASY!! all you need is
Scissors glue uhu could be Fake nails and foamy :,)
Tutorial for cosplays like Viral, Grell, Soul AND MORE
Thanks to because her nails was my inspiration
FINALLY Mucha gente asi MUCHAA XD me ha preguntado como hice mis dientes de grell... y les explicaba... y no entendian xD ademas varias personas me mandaron a hacer dientes :/ unas tres, y yo WEI ESTA SUPER FACIL ASLAS TU! D: y pues gane dinero ahhaha
bueno, tmb batalle mucho cuando yo queria acer dientes por que no hay tutoriale en dA :/ ay como editar en photoshop XD pero no para cosplays soo!! espero k le ayuden a alguien como me HUBIERA GUSTADO QUE ME AYUDARAN A MI :,DD
So...this was sparked by my desire to see exactly what I could do with a photo taken by my Toshiba Netbook's webcam. And also by the fact that when I went looking for a tutorial on this subject to share with someone, and I couldn't find ANYTHING useful.
Anyway, as an admin of several groups, I've come across the issue many times of poorly taken photos being submitted and subsequently rejected. The art itself is just fine...but the photo itself seems to scream, "I don't care enough about my art to put any effort into photographing and/or editing it."
And please don't give me the "I have no money for nice things" excuse. As you can see from this tutorial, I was able to cobble together a decent image (although a bit on the small side) with just a handful of relatively cheap supplies readily available in most households.
I imagine this tutorial could...feasibly...be applied to camera phone photos, too...but it's so much harder to NOT get a blurry shot when your phone is hovering in your constantly-moving hand. Yes, that's a scientific fact - look it up! [link]
Anyway, I hope that someone out there finds this tutorial at least mildly helpful. Oh, and don't forget to DOWNLOAD for full-view.
EDIT - 7/16/12 - I redid some of the spacing for easier reading, added some info in Step 2, and fixed a couple of typos.
PLEASE NOTE: Although my tutorial says the webcam photos are "actual size" - they won't appear actual size on your screen unless you actually click "Download". Just saying...