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Thread: [Award Winner] Photoshop Layer Basics Video Tutorial (including Clipping Layers)

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    Just a quick bump for this tutorial which IMO is one of the best around for photoshop users in terms of simplifying the task of masks.

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    Wow - Thanks Ravells.

    I've been doing a few Photoshop tutorial videos for a friend of mine for adding lasers, explosions and other sci-fi stuff which I may add my site for the public as well. Not really Cartography based though.
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    Pleasure Craggles. I run through this tutorial every few months to remind myself how useful smart objects and clipping layers are in mapping. It seems so few of us use them. Using your methods makes editing maps a breeze and saves on having layer masks of the coastline on every layer (something I'm often guilty of).

    I'd love to see your other tutorials! Often tutorials on many subjects can be re-purposed for mapping. You explain everything so clearly, your tutorials are a joy to work though. I hope your health improves and you find time to finish your training section!

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    Why thank you very much!

    In that case, can I ask your thoughts on these regarding their suitability for the whole world?

    They were specifically to a certain individual (named Joel) and they may reference certain topic posts but I don't want to explain more than that as I want to see if they make sense in spite of that.

    The files are...
    http://craigjohn.co.uk/files/GC01-Cover-Tute.zip (45MB)
    http://craigjohn.co.uk/files/GB02-Alpha%26DepthMaps.zip (30MB)
    http://craigjohn.co.uk/files/Joel-Re...Windscreen.zip (153MB)

    The latest one is the longest (as you could probably tell by the file size) and although it was intended to be how to add the look of a reflection on a windscreen, it covered a lot more in order to get to the final bit itself.

    All the images are Joel's that he made using a combination of Daz Studio and Poser, so they're also not to the same quality as my ones are (at the risk of sounding full of myself).

    I've not updated it in a VERY long time but my gallery can be found here - http://craigssketchpad.co.uk/

    PS - don't feel obligated in any way to sit through them (or even take the hit to download the large zips in the first place) - I shall not be offended.
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