Helena

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  1. Very good tut, clearly explained each step and shown the possibilities of the 3D plugin. Ah, and I really like your card's design. Thanks!
  2. Thank you for the tut, it has inspired me to do an earth map: it's not exactly the same but I've used your ideas.
  3. Nice tut, easy to follow and good for learning about how to obtain shapes using the effects, thank you. I've played a little mixing it with the 3d metal Ash tutorial:
  4. Great tut, it took me hours but I've enjoyed it a lot. Thanks for sharing.
  5. Wow, fantastic tut, not only the outcome but also the clear explanations for each step. I've learnt a lot, thank you.
  6. Thanks, not only for the tut but because I've finally made up my mind to learn how to use PS brushes in PDN.
  7. I love parchment texture and with this method it looks really great. Thanks!
  8. Helena

    Drawing a Gemstone

    Nice outcome, I really like the way to make the texture combining gradients and blend mode. Thanks!
  9. Very useful tut, a nice way to learn about how to use shape3D. Thanks for sharing. [/url]
  10. Very clear and simple explanation, pleasant to follow, and very efective technique. I haven't thought outside the box... for now, I will. Here's my try:
  11. Wow, you're right when you say that this tutorial requires a lot of time and patience... it took me hours, but I've learnt a lot of useful things, thank you for share your techniques. These are my attempts:
  12. I wandered how to make a waterdrop, so thank you for theach me. That's my first try:
  13. Nice effect, thanks for share it. Very easy to follow the first steps but I haven't been able to achieve the gloss, so that's what I've done:
  14. Ha, ha! I've had a lot of fun making that... Good tutorial, thank you! And for the newcomers like me, the "Median blur" is now in "Noise>Median" (a little crazy to me to found it, with my no very good skills to translate into Spanish). That's what I've done:
  15. Wow, that has a lot of possibilities, I've really enjoyed following this tut. Thanks! These are two attempts: