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I posted this morning wanting to know if anyone knew of a tutorial for making a book cover (actually a cover for an ebook). This is commonly done on PhotoShop but I don't have PS.

I really like working with PDN and it seems like it would be a natural for covers.

I tried doing a search but came up empty handed.

I must have posted in the wrong part of the forum and it got deleted. So I am going to try again in GD.

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do you have a link to a PS tut so we can see what your talking about and try to convert it, that would help

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In answer to both of the above: It's both the shape and design of the cover. And I have not seen a PS tut mostly since I do not have PS and had no reason to look for one. But I am always getting offers for all kinds of graphics (free and otherwise) and they are always editable in PS.

Here is a link to a program I have but it does not offer a very high resolution like PS or PD.N but shows you what myself and probably many others would like to see in PD.N.

http://www.webgraphicscreator.com Click on sample 3D ecovers

On another note:

TechSmith Corporation is/was giving away the very popular Camtasia 3 at the same time they released Camtasia 5. There was no cost for this and it was not a free trial. Just a great giveaway of the very popular $300.00 Camtasia and Snagit. There were no strings attached but they did give you the opportunity of upgrading to Camtasia 5 for half price.

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TechSmith Corporation is/was giving away the very popular Camtasia 3 at the same time they released Camtasia 5. There was no cost for this and it was not a free trial. Just a great giveaway of the very popular $300.00 Camtasia and Snagit. There were no strings attached but they did give you the opportunity of upgrading to Camtasia 5 for half price.

On another note, you haven't read the rules, especially the one saying no advertising.

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