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Mixer Brush "Cloning" in Photoshop CS5
I just thought I'd mention my latest full-blown CS5 video training production in this thread as it might be of interest. There's nearly four hours of video instruction here, together with a selection of my "Press and Clone" Mixer brush tool presets. You can see more at my blog here: www.timshelbourne.net or by registering at my on line digital art school: www.timshelbourne.net/tsda
I'll be happy to make the first part of this available for download if anyone would like to get a flavour of it, although you'll find a preview of the whole thing on my blog.
I really must spend some time here looking around, you are all doing some wonderful work!
Re: Mixer Brush "Cloning" in Photoshop CS5
Thanks for the heads up. I am a long-time admirer of your work and tutorials. Anytime you have some extra time to "look around" here at RP, you will always be welcome.
In this day and age £35 ## for nearly 4-hours of high quality video training is very reasonable . The discount offered through the end of January 2011 makes it even more attractive.
Good luck with this new offering.
## - Currency exchange rates change daily. For today's quote...
Use a search argument similar to the one below with Google or Bing
35 british pounds to us dollars
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