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NG Museum - Tutorial

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Pox here, just telling you that this is a very slick tutorial on how to use photoshop to make some awesome color jobs. If you have no clue what the NG Museum is, I suggest that you use the link inside this movie to check it out, as it is truly wonderful.
Of course, this movie isn't a simple tutorial, it also contains some cool pics from Ng and related to Pickleman, which is a comic I do at I-Mockery.com ( people seem to love it). This also contains preview images for the next Newgrouds Museum, which will hopefull come out in July, so hold on tight!
Contains 20 easter eggs you guys! 20!!!

Star_Cleaver here, just here so pox doesn't steal all the credit.=P jk. Well, i've put a lot of work into this movie. I've put many, many hours into this and i hope it pays off. So i guess i'll just tell you to find some eggs and enjoy! Oh, also if you find any glitches/errors in the movie please leave a review and state the problem. Thank You! |'w'|

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What an ancient Photoshop!

AWESOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!

Always informative

I personally do not have Flash Player myself, so I can not use these techniques to create something. However, it is great that you give so many newcomers a chance with this thing. While not the most detailed tutorial, it works well at giving you the basics and other things. I find it ironic that this currently has a higher score than the actual "Newgrounds Museum" submission. I was pretty weirded out to see that Pickle Woman (?) in the example artwork. It was also a nice touch to put in those "More" tabs.

A great tutorial!

This is a very well done tutorial, that is a must read for anyone looking to improve their skills in Flash. The amount of time and hard work put into this entry is readily apparent. Great job!

Damned useful if you're an artistic newbie

Woo, quite handy actually, thanks for creating this. A good tutorial in itself, I'll have to brush up on my skills, I feel.

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4.65 / 5.00

Jun 9, 2003
8:53 PM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place June 10, 2003