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EPIC CLASS
Posted 1/15/11 , edited 3/17/11

hey hey hey XD


This is peach's class. Nooow first off i will tell you a few things. This class will invovle both PS and GIMP. Now i don't know JACK about PS but i'm going to post things up that i get online LOL. That way so i can help everyone learn. This class is not about making cool flashy graphics but learning the programs in itself. I will teach you step by step on what each button or filter does. This is so you can get a better understanding of the program. Once i have taught ALL of the program i will start to teach you how to use them to make EPIC graphics. I need you to fill that retarded little form down below then we can get started.

SO, NO NO NO ANNOYING NOISES

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Posted 1/15/11 , edited 2/7/11

ITS SO FLUFFY I COULD DIE

Learning Photoshop
from the site:iit.bloomu.edu


Photoshop allows you to adjust the brightness and contrast of your image. If an image is too light or too dark, you can use the brightness and contrast controls to improve the picture. Below is an example of an image before and after the brightness and contrast were adjusted:

LEFT: ORIGINAL IMAGE RIGHT: ENHANCED IMAGE
How do I adjust the brightness and contrast of my image?

It is a simple task to adjust the brightness and contrast in a photograph:
1) Pull down the Layer menu.
2) Point to New Adjustment Layer. (The New Adjustment Layer will create a layer for your enhancements so the original image remains intact.)
3) Click on Brightness/Contrast.

The Brightness/Contrast dialog box will appear:

4) Check the Preview check box. This will show you your adjustments before you finalize them.
5) Adjust the Brightness and Contrast levels using either the slider bars or by changing the numericals values.


Posted 1/15/11 , edited 2/7/11

DOES THIS COUNT AS ANNOYING?

Learning GIMP

2.7. Intelligent Scissors

Figure 13.26. Intelligent Scissors tool icon in the Toolbox



The Intelligent Scissors tool is an interesting piece of equipment: it has some features in common with the Lasso, some features in common with the Path tool, and some features all its own. It is useful when you are trying to select a region defined by strong color-changes at the edges. To use the Scissors, you click to create a set of "control nodes", also referred to as anchors or control points, at the edges of the region you are trying to select. The tool produces a continuous curve passing through these control nodes, following any high-contrast edges it can find. If you are lucky, the path that the tool finds will correspond to the contour you are trying to select.
Unfortunately, there seem to be some problems with the edge-following logic for this tool, with the result that the selections it creates tend to be pretty crude in a lot of cases. A good way to clean them up is to switch to QuickMask mode, and use paint tools to paint in the problematic parts. On the whole, most people find the Path tool to be more useful than the Scissors, because, even though it does not have the intelligent edge-finding capability, the paths it produces persist until you delete them, and can be altered at any time.
2.7.1. Activating the tool
You can access the Intelligent Scissors Tool in different ways:
• From the image menu bar Tools → Selection Tools → Intelligent Scissors,
• by clicking on the tool icon in the ToolBox,
• by using the keyboard shortcut I.
2.7.2. Key modifiers
There is, however, one key modifier that has a special behavior if you use it while editing a selection, that is after you have added the first node:
Shift
By default, the auto-edge snap feature is enabled: whenever you click and drag the mouse pointer, the Scissors tool finds the point of the maximal gradient (where the color change is maximal) for placing a new control node or moving an existing node.
Holding down this key while clicking and dragging disables this feature, and the control node will be placed at the position of the mouse pointer.
2.7.3. Tool handling
Figure 13.27. Using Intelligent Scissors

Each time you left-click with the mouse, you create a new control point, which is connected to the last control point by a curve that tries to follow edges in the image. To finish, click on the first point (the cursor changes to indicate when you are in the right spot). You can adjust the curve by dragging the control nodes, or by clicking to create new control nodes. When you are satisfied, click anywhere inside the curve to convert it into a selection.
As said above when you click with this tool you drop points. The selection boundary is driven by these control points. During creation you can move each one by clicking and dragging, except the first and the last one. The selection is closed when you are clicking the last point over the first one. When the selection is closed the pointer shape changes according to its position: inside , on the boundary , and outside . You can adjust the selection creating new points by clicking on the boundary or by moving each control points (merged first and last point). The selection is validated when you click inside.
You have to notice that you can get only one selection; if you create a second selection, the first one is erased when you validate the second one.

2.7.4. Options
Figure 13.28. Tool Options for the Intelligent Scissors


Normally, tool options are displayed in a window attached under the Toolbox as soon as you activate a tool. If they are not, you can access them from the image menu bar through Windows → Dockable Windows → Tool Options which opens the option window of the selected tool.
nteractive boundary
If this option is enabled, dragging a control node during placement will indicate the path that will be taken by the selection boundary. If it is not enabled, the node will be shown connected to the previous node by a straight line while you are dragging it around, and you won't see the resulting path until you release the pointer button. On slow systems, if your control nodes are far apart, this may give a bit of a speed-up.


Posted 1/15/11 , edited 2/7/11
CURSE YOU TINY TOILET

Random Assignments

PHOTOSHOP ASSIGNMENT
alright so this one is a little bit like the first one thoo we are adding one more thing to it.
i want you to adjust the color balance of a photo by following the last tutorial
then i want you all to adjust the brightness/contrast using the current tutorial above

due date is feb. 16th

here is the photo
Posted 1/15/11 , edited 2/7/11
That book was accidentally destroyed maliciously...

Finished Assignments

PHOTOSHOP ASSIGNMENT
Posted 1/15/11 , edited 2/7/11
Yes! Mine's shaped like a dead guy!

past gimp tutorials
Gimp Basics Tutorial



GIMP Basic Tutorial 2



GIMP Basic Tutorial 3



GIMP Basic Tutorial 4




2.4. Free Selection (Lasso)



2.5. Fuzzy selection (Magic wand)





2.6. Select By Color

Posted 1/15/11 , edited 2/7/11
KNOCKED OOOOVER!!

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YAY i'm the first one to sign up xD
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thx!!!!!!!
Can you give me some tips on how to improve my texts on my gfx? >.<
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Whats yer name??: Jasmine 8D
What program ye want to learn??: Gimp 2.6 :T
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Posted 1/15/11

SakuraHaruno9 wrote:



thx!!!!!!!
Can you give me some tips on how to improve my texts on my gfx? >.<


hmm don't make outlines to tick
if you want two outlines do the first one tick of 2 and second one tickness of 1
gradients are always good
grunge look fonts are called destructive or eroded fonts at dafont.com
Posted 1/15/11

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What program ye want to learn??: I use photoshop..so i guess photoshop? But then yet again I want to learn more about it~ :O
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Posted 1/15/11

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Whats yer name??: Aya
What program ye want to learn??: I use photoshop..so i guess photoshop? But then yet again I want to learn more about it~ :O
Show pirate peach some examples:


O.O YOUR WORK IS AMAZING -drolls-
lol okay you are
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