Interactive format ones at Photoshopgirl.com: Photoshop Tutorials
since i can't edit anything I'll dump the links here.
First is http://code.google.com/p/gps-gimp-paint-studio/ which is a great plugin for gimp to make it more painting friendly. The site also has some videos explaining basic gps stuff but i'm not sure if they qualify as tutorials.
Second one is http://mypaint.intilinux.com/ which is a free corel painter "knock-off" trying to emulate natural drawing media. The site also has a wiki with three tutorials.
http://tenminutedrawing.blogspot.com/ has a bunch of general video tutorials.
http://www.huevaluechroma.com/index.php in depth explanation of color perception.
ratemydrawings.com has a bunch of digital art tutorials
I've noticed that there are enormous amounts of stock images out there - see, for example, the relevant category on DeviantArt. But they have the same problem as online tutorials - there are so many of them that finding the precise stock image you need is exceedingly difficult.
Thus, creating a stock image directory within the wiki would be a good possible expansion. Of course, this would require creating a entirely new directory structure for them - and then adding links to stock images out there, ideally by the creators of those stock images themselves. This could become a very useful resource for those needing such stock images.
However, this is an undertaking to which I can contribute little - my limited time is mostly dedicated to adding more tutorials, and since I don't use stock images myself I wouldn't know how to categorize them. I can help with setting the categories up, but that's it. To really get this underway, I'd need one or more volunteers who would be willing to add new links to this directory, notify stock photographers of the existence of the directory, and work with them to add their images.
Is anyone interested?
It seems I accidentally hadn't set the right permissions for this forum, thus preventing other people from posting to it.
Could someone please post a test message to this forum to make sure it works properly - and send me a private message if it doesn't?
Tutorials Blog: [http://tutorialblog.org/]
Everyday Digital Scrapbooking: [http://everydaydigitalscrapbooking.blogspot.com/]
Photoshop Tutorials: [http://www.tutorialman.com/]
Miscellaneous Crafting: [http://inkingalong.blogspot.com/]
Miscellaneous at About.Com: [http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/softwaretutorials/Graphics_Software_Tutorials_and_User_Resources.htm]
Massive Collection: [http://tutorial-index.com/]
Photoshop tutorials: [http://psworkshop.net/psworkshop/]
Searchable tutorials list: [http://www.fstutorials.com/]
Tutorials 2.0: [http://tutorials20.com/]
Miscellaneous (also has stock photography): [http://www.stockvault.net/index.php]
Top Tutorials Blog: [http://www.toptut.com]
YourArtLinks.Com: [http://www.yourartlinks.com] - there are some links to tutorials buried in there, though you have to look for them.
Various Photoshop: [http://www.melissaclifton.com/tutorials.html]
Another site that attempts to collect tutorials, but is fairly confusing to navigate: [http://www.tutorialized.com/]
Digital Photography: [http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials.htm]
Color Theory: [http://www.worqx.com/color/]
Tutorials Forum: [http://www.tutorialseeker.com/forum/]
N-Design Studio: [http://www.ndesign-studio.com/]
Wiki with lots of tutorials on any conceivable topic: [http://www.wikihow.com]
Links site: [http://www.good-tutorials.com/]
"The Best 80 Photoshop Text Effects in the World": [http://www.photoshoproadmap.com/Photoshop-blog/2007/07/22/the-best-80-photoshop-text-effects-on-the-web/]
Massive number of Photoshop tutorials: [http://www.photoshoproadmap.com/Photoshop-tutorials]
Top 50 Logo Design Tutorials: [http://www.elogodesign.com/logo-design-tutorials/]
Photoshop Tips and Tricks [http://www.graphic-design.com/Photoshop/]
Digital Art tutorials: [http://www.biorust.com/tutorials/index/]
GIMP tutorials: [http://twodimensions.deviantart.com/art/GIMP-Resources-Guide-51462138]
Another page with 60 Photoshop tutorials: [http://www.dennisplucinik.com/blog/2007/08/28/60-advanced-adobe-photoshop-tutorials/]
Vector tutorials: [http://news.deviantart.com/article/33693/]
Artisan crafts: [http://artisancraft.deviantart.com/journal/8282003/]
Photoshop tutorials: [http://photoshop-tutorials.deviantart.com/]
A huge list of tutorials can be found here:
[http://ashpdn.googlepages.com/] - a number of beautiful tutorials for digital art. There aren't that many of them, so I might attempt to put links up myself once I find the time - but that might take a while. If anyone else wants to link to them, feel free - that would also make a nice exercise for getting used to the wiki code. ;)
Here are a few sites with a large number of tutorials that I would like to see linked to on the wiki - but unfortunately, I simply don't have the time to tackle them all. If anyone here does have some time for these, by all means go through them and embed links into the relevant parts of the wiki.
[http://www.gimp-tutorials.com/] - a large amount of tutorials for the GIMP
[http://www.bluesfear.com/tutorials.php] - digital art tutorials
[http://www.niloufer.com/tutorial.html] - links to traditional drawing and painting tutorials
[http://www.knowledgehound.com/topics/art.htm] - all sorts of art
[http://www.artshow.com/resources/] - all sorts of art
[http://www.artgraphica.net/] - traditional drawing and painting
[http://www.elfwood.com/farp/art.html] - drawing and painting tutorials at Elfwood
Some links pages are already beginning to get very lengthy, such as the Special Digital Effects Links page. Others will undoubtedly get that long as the wiki grows. Having links to more resources is in general a good thing - yet the whole thing is self-defeating if it means that users have problems finding the precise tutorial they need.
Do you have any suggestions for how to deal with this?