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  1. I liked doing this tutorial. I couldn't get the stem to look like I wanted. Also, I had trouble getting the shadow on the perpindicular wall right. Still, it was a learning experience, which is what I like about doing tutorials like this. Thanks for making it.
  2. Do you apply Dents to just the tail or the whole comet? I don't have some of the options in my Dents. Probably an older version. I couldn't get the crecent either. I'm a beginner so it's all a learning process. Here's my attempt.
  3. I followed your directions about the hue change, but although the results were an improvement, it still was not that good. Then I followed your directions again, but applied the black Drop Shadow before the white Drop Shadow. I like this result much better. Maybe I just prefer a black shadow over a white one. I wondered what would happen if I skipped your directions about the hue change but just applied the black Drop Shadow before the white one. Not good. Gray circles around the stones. Anyway, thanks for the tip about the hue change.
  4. I thought my result here might go well with LJXD tut result, since both have a plasticy look to me. I'm not sure they work together, but here it is.
  5. I changed the x/y values in the Drop Shadow Menu to one, and I still see the white border around the stones. They remain after I apply the Drop Shadow again in Black. I also tried increasing the Magic Wand Tolerence before deleting in the previous steps. That didn't work either
  6. Once I read in one of the posts that the gray background could be changed, I went a little overboard to bring out the transparency of the text. The liquid in the text got a little distorted. I enjoyed doing yhis tut, though, and I plan to make the transparent box using your method soon.
  7. I really liked this tut. I had some trouble at the outset using the Magic Wand until I made an extra white land layer to go back to. I should have had more land to start with. I'll try the outline plugin again and see if I can get it to work with the Magic Wand. I still like the results and enjoyed the mental exercise. Thanks for this tut.
  8. This tut gave me a lot of practice using the line tool in bezier curve mode. I was happy to get through the tut even though I made a few mistakes. Thanks for the tut.
  9. I enjoyed doing this tutorial. The directions were clear so even a beginner like me could follow along (albeit not easily). I also like the results. Thanks for posting this tut.
  10. I just did JaffaCoder's tut Colored Eye. I thought the eyes needed brows. Your tut supplied the hair I needed. Thanks for the tut.
  11. I thought I followed your tut carefully, but I keep getting a white ring around each stone. I tried to adjust the settings for drop shadow, but it didn't work. Any ideas? I changed the x/y values in the Drop Menu to one, and I still see the white border around the stones. They remain after I apply the Drop Shadow again in Black. I also tried increasing the Magic Wand Tolerence before deleting in the previous steps. That didn't work either.
  12. This was a great way for me to practice using the Magic Wand. You should change the spelling of "insert" to "invert" in step two. Newbies like me might waste time looking for the "insert" tool. Thanks for the tut!
  13. Here's mine. I played around with this tut for many hours. I was having trouble with the transparency. A solid background color like black did not make the cube look the way I wanted. There are some jaggedy edges. [/url]Thanks for making this tut.
  14. I had the text between the lines at one point because I remember having had trouble applying a shadow to the lines using the gradient tool. Anyway, I'm happy enough with the result without that effect.
  15. I think I understand the process pretty well, but can I select any section of tubing from any diameter circle? I was doing this and then rotating the copied tube section so it would fit into the tube section that came before it. I had a hard time controlling the shape of the tubing. This image was the result of my practicing the tut's method. Thanks for this tut. It gave my brain a good workout!
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