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Automotive Tutorial

Posted on Fri, 4 Mar 2005 at 20:13

You have seen the excerpts in last month's Impressions magazine, now you can have the full length tutorial for your very own!

After months of preparation and delays, the Automotive CD Tutorial is finally finished!

The tutorial is set up in 2 sections the first covers how I draw the blackline in Adobe Illustrator. In the second section, you will learn how to make some custom brushes, change colors in channels, set-up files for output and flatten them for email and printout on paper. I will walk you through how I do the colors and some effects using Photoshop. The CD also includes a fully separated file of the design that is yours to output and print on your t-shirts!

I am offering it to the public on CD for $50.

For only $15 more you can get the 'Newbie' tutorial included with it.

I would like to be paid through PayPal. If you have a PayPal account, you can pay me by entering my email address ( in the "send money" portion of the site. If you do not have an account you can still pay through it after I send you an invoice and it will walk you through using your credit card or checking account to purchase. All PayPal orders will be sent priority mail. If you would like to send a check or money order (made out to Jeri Clow), I will send the tutorial out as soon as I receive payment.

The CD will be in PDF format and easily viewed with adobe acrobat (free download) or printed out on regular paper to put into a notebook for even easier reading.

Keep in mind that this tutorial only goes over my personal methods. I am self taught as are many other artist. We all have differences in how we do many things. I use only Mac computers, but I have included a page that will help you to decipher the differences in key commands.

Let me know if you are still interested in purchasing the CD ASAP!

(free shipping in the continental USA) I will offer a reformatted emailable version to the aussies soon!

Here are some images of what you will get...
In the Newbie Tutorial...
In the Automotive Tutorial...

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