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Hello Paint Dot Net community.

I have a tutorial I made for a family member and thought it would be cool to post it here.

Is there a preferred way to post tutorials or should I just upload it to my server and link to it from here?

It is a very detailed tutorial on how to make a card for beginners. I go in depth on how to use certain tools that are used in the tutorial. I made an html and referred all the images (50qty.) to it.

I don't mind posting the images in this forum but it will take a while...

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The preferred method of posting tutorials is to post an example picture in the Pictorium first. If a tutorial is requested, then make one. (Especially for new users) However, as you've already done so much work, I'd say to go ahead and post it. Just keep in mind the Tutorial Guidelines.

EDIT: Oh, right, your question. :-) Sorry. You can upload it however you like; since it is so large, you may wish to just upload it to your own page and provide a link to it in a topic in the Tutorials section.

Hope this helps. :-)

 

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yeah I was thinking of that...

I'll post a picture of the final work and then the readers can click on it to go to my tutorial.

I was just hoping there was a way to upload the tutorial on the PaintDotNet server so if my server goes down or changes the tutorial will still be here. But I'm sure if every tutorial was done that way the server would be full.

Also the tutorial is a beginners guide to making a 4x6 card for printing. I explain all the tools I used in full detail and show screenshots for everything. It is a simple card with text, foreground object and a background but it will help beginners to learn how to use PaintDotNet tools and functionality.

I refurbish computers and give them away, so instead of telling my clients to purchase Photoshop I just put PaintDotNet on their computer. Maybe I'll start adding this tutorial along with the program.

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  • 5 years later...

Guess my tutorial is now missing.  Is there a way to retrieve it?

Looks like GetPaint.net has a whole new tutorial interface... were the previously existing tutorials migrated to this new system?

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