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beefbuns Featured By Owner May 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Have you considered making a tutorial for your special effects on your photos? I just love your photography oh so much! c:
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Kezzi-Rose Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm really happy you like it! ♥
I am asked very often to make a photo-editing tutorial, and I'm usually very happy to oblige with helpfulness; but when it comes to giving instructions to people on how to recreate my style (which I've been really working hard on over the last few years), I am very reluctant. I'd prefer to encourage artists to experiment themselves and develop their own unique styles through that, in the same way I did - it just seems unfair for me to have done all the hard work to become the artist I am today, then just give everyone else a set of easy instructions. I hope you understand! c:
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beefbuns Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I understand. Thanks for replying. : )
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mylastel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
I noticed this tutorial section too. ^^; And I would suggest to put or share some tutorials about making a stamps like yours. :woohoo: Yup! That would be a good tutorials for all your watchers. :iconhappyhappyplz: And I noticed your works are amazing, unique and fabulous, that's why, for sure, many of us would be glad to know how you make them. :love: Hehe!
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Kezzi-Rose Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I have considered making tutorials about my art before, but then I realised that would mean other people would be able to replicate my unique style! :noes: I want to stay noticeably myself, rather than telling people all of my secrets so that they can just copy me. I like to see everybody create their very own unique things, so that's why I don't like to tell people how I make my works. c: I never had any tutorials myself so I don't think anybody else needs them either! It's just a case of experimenting. <3
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Lyssa-Bizarre969 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009
Have you ever considered making a tutorial for making animated stamps?
>w<

And you use Corel Paintshop Pro?
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:iconkezzi-rose:
Kezzi-Rose Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Ooh, I may well do sometime! :la:
Thanks for the idea~ <3<3
& Ouii, I do indeedy! c:
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Lyssa-Bizarre969 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009
I'll look forward to it. ^w^

Coolio~
That's the program I use too.
But it confuses the heck oughta me. >w<
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Kezzi-Rose Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
How come eet confuses youu? o:
I could try & halp if it's something specific~ c:
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Lyssa-Bizarre969 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
It's just keeping up with all the layers & groups & whatever. >w<
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Kezzi-Rose Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Ohh, oui, I know what you meean! >u<
If you have looads of layers going on, name them with what they are (if you don't do that already). It helps a lot! c:
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Lyssa-Bizarre969 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
And then there are the different types of layers @~@;;;

What's the difference between a raster layer & a vector layer??
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Kezzi-Rose Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Wull, the technical differences are that raster layers contain images which are pixel-based, and vector layers have images based on mathematical formulae.

But an easier way to think about it is that vector layers are for precise shapes (the text and shape tools create vector layers) and their special property is that you can resize vector images and they won't go fuzzy. Resizing raster images, however, can make them go fuzzy/distorted. c:
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