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How to begin creating ART?ZOMG how did you do that? I wanna do that too!! says you when you see a masterpiece here on dA, or anywhere else, and dont know where to start.How to begin creating ART? by Bleeding-Dragon
The purpose of this huge collection of tutorials is to give you a starting point.
That said these are other peoples methods, you have to find your own style, so be open-minded!
Becuase of the wide range, some of the tutorials arent from deviantART, Ill mark this with a (o) .
Since Nicephore Niepce made the first photography in 1826 (or 1827 by other resources), the art and method of taking pictures changed dramatically.
Guide to Giving Good Critiques by ThePhotoCritic - as the title suggests, it focuses mainly on the post-process: giving opinion, but contains such terms and techniques (Rule of Thirds, Color Terms, Lighting Terms, etc.), it worth a read.
Journal CSS ResourcesCSS for subscribers is finally here!! Your local neighbourhood zilla is here to give a few pointers to the novice CSSers who want to give their journals a make over with a few pointers and a list of handy resources.Journal CSS Resources by zilla774
As a general rule it is better to keep things simple, not just if you are a beginner. Remember the following points when you design your page:
1. Mock it up Try your design in Photoshop first (or which ever app you have) that way you can play with colours and styles without needing to refresh your journal too much.
2. Just because you can, doesn't mean that you should... try to avoid making things like the text size too small. The current journal style works well, so just start simply by changing colours.
3. Contrast is good. Making the colours of your text and links the same, or very close is bad m'kay. Make it easy for people to differentiate between things. Also, making your journal text too dark on a black background or too light on a bright backgro
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