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  1. The Smithsonian just released 2.8 *million* images into the public domain. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/smithsonian-releases-28-million-images-public-domain-180974263/ Here's a direct link to the image repository, but I think it's currently slashdoted, dugg, reddited, gizmodo'ed, etc. https://www.si.edu/openaccess
  2. Early test piece for the 2020 version
  3. That's a serious upgrade from the original wood tut! Nice work, welshblue!
  4. Thanks for remaking this! I may have an updated version soon, thanks to some nifty new plugins
  5. I forgot that I even *made* a wood tutorial. Now I have to go find it and see if the images are even still there.
  6. Wow, am I rusty (and had to resize, since I can't read).
  7. Or maybe just allow importing svg files. Inkscape is what I typically use for detailed vector graphic creation, and since it already lets you do all of that, if means the horde can focus on making the UI for the plugin great.
  8. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  9. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  10. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  11. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  12. Do yourself a favor...DreamWeaver is handy for putting stuff together quickly, but go through the trouble of actually learning [X]HTML and CSS. There are things that you can do by hand that you just can't do easily in a GUI (ask Rick and everyone who mentions that the PdN forms don't load in visual studio). If you've just started training for web design, then while you learn, remember that not everyone has the same screen as you, or even working eyes. Find out about accessibility (http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/) and validation (http://validator.w3.org), and why they matter. Learn what tables ar
  13. Do yourself a favor...DreamWeaver is handy for putting stuff together quickly, but go through the trouble of actually learning [X]HTML and CSS. There are things that you can do by hand that you just can't do easily in a GUI (ask Rick and everyone who mentions that the PdN forms don't load in visual studio). If you've just started training for web design, then while you learn, remember that not everyone has the same screen as you, or even working eyes. Find out about accessibility (http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/) and validation (http://validator.w3.org), and why they matter. Learn what tables ar
  14. Do yourself a favor...DreamWeaver is handy for putting stuff together quickly, but go through the trouble of actually learning [X]HTML and CSS. There are things that you can do by hand that you just can't do easily in a GUI (ask Rick and everyone who mentions that the PdN forms don't load in visual studio). If you've just started training for web design, then while you learn, remember that not everyone has the same screen as you, or even working eyes. Find out about accessibility (http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/) and validation (http://validator.w3.org), and why they matter. Learn what tables ar
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