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    Arrow photoshop tutorials?

    where's the best places to get photoshop tutorials?

    i want to learn how to make web designs in photoshop (version 7) or just the lastest ones i been to quite a few including adobe's tutorials pages. and how to make advanced and new designs

    so if you got any ideas i'd love to see your suggestions!
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    My suggestion is to read the User Guide pdf. It is on the disc you use to install Photshop. It has pretty much everything you need to know to slice up any image you make. There are not many free advanced tutorials out there that I have come across. Most are just basic skills.

    Do you have links to any sites as example of what you want to do?

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    hoping you've heard of cnet.com?

    that's the type of site style i want to learn to do in my book its pretty easy but i want to know how. for the life of me i cant find any where with tutorial on how to build website designs with photoshop

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    Do a search for "pixel art" and you might find something real close.

    It is an image that has been made and sliced up.

    If you have Netscape 7, choose File > Save Page As > Complete Web Page. It will save an images file so you can look at it and see all the various slices.

    It is all done in layers to begin with. Then sliced and saved as a table in the output settings. I do not know of where a tutorial exist for this but some of the pixel art ones I have seen are very similar.

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    There are tons of PS tutorial sites but do any have a tutorial specifically dealing with what pagekeeper is loking for that you know of?

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    I often use http://spoono.com coz I'm hopeless as graphics

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    suprising i've been to spoono before i've gone and done most the tutorial i wanted to do but im going to check some more out

    Thanks Ash.

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    You may find the sticky on top of this forum pretty useful.
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