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Postworkshop: is this for real?

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Old 03-24-2011, 06:34 PM
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Re: Postworkshop: is this for real?

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Please let us know when the March issue is ready.
No problem.
I should have mentioned though that the two articles written to date both cover user-built, custom-made Styles - not the ones that come pre-made and bundled with the PostworkShop program. However, if you have a request for insights into anything that I have not covered, or more detailed instructions on any PostworkShop topic, then I would be glad to provide coverage on these points in a subsequent article.
PostworkShop is a great program, and getting better all the time.
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John
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Old 03-24-2011, 06:37 PM
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Re: Postworkshop: is this for real?

No problem, your article was quite thorough and excellent.
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Old 03-26-2011, 07:44 AM
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Re: Postworkshop: is this for real?

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I have written two tutorials on PostworkShop. The first is published (in Tim ONeill's Digital Paint Magazine) and can be viewed (for free) here: http://issuu.com/digitalpainting/doc...feb2011-web_1_. It deals with several examples of combination use and workflow, involving both PostworkShop and Photoshop.
The newer tutorial will be published in the same magazine very shortly (in the upcoming March edition). It covers the v.2.0 beta release PostworkShop software exclusively; and also features a digital painting based upon luminance masks project.
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John
Excellent well written eMag John. Envy your talent (poser I am). Thanks for sharing it with us. Look forward to your v.2.0 assessment. What little I fiddled with it, I am extremely impressed with the results.
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Old 04-01-2011, 12:28 AM
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Re: Postworkshop: is this for real?

hi there,
two further updates on PostworkShop:
(a) there’s a new release of the v.2.0 beta software, applicable to all four versions (32- and 64-bit for the Windows OS and both 32- and 64-bit code for the Mac also) of the program, now available from the PostworkShop website, and,
(b) the review and tutorial covering the basics of the v.2.0 program (as mentioned earlier in the thread, plus some other cool stuff) is indeed in the brand new issue of Digital Paint Magazine – it’s free, comes with a free gift offer, and can be found at the link here (see page 20): http://issuu.com/digitalpainting/docs/dpm_mar2011_web
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Old 04-01-2011, 12:45 AM
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Great work John! And thanks for the heads-up on the newest beta.
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Old 04-01-2011, 02:05 AM
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Re: Postworkshop: is this for real?

Downloading the second beta now; not sure what the changes are, but like to keep the newest when I do test beta software (rare that I do, but am happy with the first beta so why not). Thanks for the headsup John.
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Old 04-01-2011, 08:27 AM
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Re: Postworkshop: is this for real?

There's a set of Release Notes which summarize the fixes and changes, available from the Help menu. A lot of effort has been put into boosting performance. But a number of corrections have been made to make the plug-in mode easier to use and to improve the cross-overs from and into Photoshop. There will be some added features (again) as development moves forward.
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Old 05-20-2011, 11:27 AM
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Re: Postworkshop: is this for real?

They just released the third beta of version 2. Has some pretty cool paint capabilities; like the dynamic rotation abilities. If I had a touchpad, it even has pressure sensitivity too. It's actually becoming a full fledged editor if they keep going this route. Cool stuff. Got the email earlier and downloaded and installed (64-bit for my case). Haven't tested much but did do some brush painting so that one I can vouch is cool.
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