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Tutorials are meant to show users how to use the Paint.NET tools or how to make a really spectacular effect. If you are new to Paint.NET, you shouldn't be making a tutorial, you should be following tutorials.

Spend some time with the program, learns it's ins and outs by doing other people's tutorials and then, when you have something new and exciting to contribute, you can make one.

Deborah is correct. Please don't make a tutorial until you've been using PdN for a while; you can look through the older tuts on the forum to see all sorts of them that have resulted in people being mean because the tutorial was written on a basic level.

The preferred method of tutorial creation is to post images in the Pictorium; when you post one that a lot of people are amazed by, and are curious about how to do it, make a tutorial! :-)

Hope to see some of your work soon.

 

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