Photoshop Tutorials?

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    Photoshop Tutorials?

    Hey all,

    I...have EVOLVED.

    I just installed Photoshop CS5 Extended and I'm trying to figure out how to use it for vehicle-drawing purposes.

    Does anyone know of good resources besides the generic help topics?
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    Re: Photoshop Tutorials?

    No idea, but a couple questions: how do you like it, and was it worth the $ to upgrade?

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    Re: Photoshop Tutorials?

    Using PS for drawing is futile, especially if you only have a mouse (no tablet). You can use if for rendering though. For drawing I'd stick to traditional stuff like pens/pencils.

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    Re: Photoshop Tutorials?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2648562
    No idea, but a couple questions: how do you like it, and was it worth the $ to upgrade?
    I didn't upgrade - I bought the full version with my student pricing. As for if I like it - right now I'm impartial because I haven't actually worked with rendering my own drawings yet. I probably won't upgrade from CS5 for a very, very long time.

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    Using PS for drawing is futile, especially if you only have a mouse (no tablet). You can use if for rendering though. For drawing I'd stick to traditional stuff like pens/pencils.
    I guess I said the wrong word. Would you know of any resources that could give me some insight on rendering?
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    Re: Photoshop Tutorials?

    I found this page helpful when I started my first render.

    http://carspyshots.net/showthread.php?t=16809

    Bear in mind, though, that I had some prior knowledge of PS (what the tools do, and, somewhat, how to use them) when I started rendering, so it might come harder for a newcomer.

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