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March, 2014

  • 8 March

    Digital Painting Tips with a Wacom Tablet

    Digital Painting Tips with a Wacom Tablet This video was created by Wacom/Digital Tutors to help artists hone their skills when using the Wacom tablet and Photoshop. I have a Wacom (and love it) and I have learned a few new things for the tablet. If you don’t have a Wacom you may want to consider getting one. It makes drawing …

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  • 6 March

    How-To Resize Images Without Photoshop + Video

    How-To Resize Images Without Photoshop + Video If you are looking for a way to resize multiple images I would recommend Perfect Photo Suite 8 by OnOne.  And no …we are not affiliated with the software company. I just like the software and its capabilities. I first saw in in an NAPP (I am a member) Photoshop show and saw …

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  • 5 March

    Read All About It – Artists/Designers to Interview Wanted!

    Read All About It: The Creative Tablet is looking for Artists/Designers to Interview!

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  • 5 March

    Robert Chang Studio

    Robert Chang Studio Here are a few images of where Robert Chang creates his great art and photography. Robert: The photos are of my entire creative studio, which includes music, art, photography, writing, etc. Everything creative I do in that studio. Just because the music/audio gear is the most visible doesn’t mean that’s all I use the studio for. I …

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  • 4 March

    Robert Chang Interview

    Robert Chang Art

    Robert Chang Interview I have been looking at Robert’s vast work portfolio and it is amazing. He works with Art, Photography and Music! It is rare to see someone working in a majority of the creative disciplines in one place. Although I am not sure if he writes? TCT: What is your favorite art/design/photography software?    Robert: Photoshop and Lightroom …

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  • 3 March

    We Want to interview You!

    We Want to Interview You! Would you like to be interviewed for our site? Do you know an Artist that you would like to know more about how they work about? Let us know at: info@thecreativetablet.com  

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  • 2 March

    New Wine Label Design

    New Wine Label Design

    New Wine Label Design          I have decided to create a new wine label for a relative’s wine making craft. The original label used was a quick put together just to have something on the bottles.  I used PS CS6 to create the new label. The blank area at the bottom of the label is for the specific type …

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February, 2014

  • 28 February

    Corel Painter 12 & Learning

    Creative Tablet Light Bulb

    I am getting more into Corel Painter 12, but need to learn a lot more. I guess you might think it is easy to paint a picture, but for me it would be much easier to use real tools. But I keep hacking away to learn and do as much as I can. Here is the latest thing I learned: …

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  • 26 February

    Great Resource Library

    A Great Resource Library of images, vectors, styles, brushes, web items, textures and more from one source…InkyDeals. I have this and it contains more items then I could probably use, but you never know what you may need. Questions…just post a comment and I will respond. It is not free, but the price is way lower then you would expect …

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  • 26 February

    Artist Unbelievable Excel Art

    Tatsuo Horiuchi Excel Art

    Artist Unbelievable Excel Art I know this is not done with the traditional art/design software promoted on this site, but it is art and amazing to me anyway. Japanese Artist Tatsuo Horiuchi produces his art in the Microsoft Excel Program. That right…an accounting program. How? By using the autoshape function! He said he couldn’t afford Photoshop so he had to …

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  • 20 February

    Corel Painter 12 Learning Process

    GTO Pencil Sketch

    Corel Painter 12 Learning Process. Well… I am finally sitting down and learning Corel Painter 12 (and Poser). I purchased the program some time ago, but Photoshop has taken up most of my time. It is not too bad to get a handle on and I have been watching videos from Corel. This is an attempt of a very rough …

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  • 18 February

    Photoshop Keyboard Stickers

    Photoshop Keyboard Stickers

    Photoshop Keyboard Stickers An easy way to master the keyboard strokes in Photoshop. The Photoshop Keyboard Stickers. These are for Apple or Mac and are stuck on the keys to match the keyboard strokes. How easy is that and they can be removed once you have memorized them. And they are reported to leave no residual glue. That’s good to …

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  • 15 February

    Saebaryo Studio

    Saebaryo Studio

    Saebaryo Studio Things have changed a bit. The MacBook Pro is gone, replaced by another Dell 24″ LCD. Well, not gone gone, as it’s sitting behind me on a bookshelf. The Kensington trackball has been replaced by an Apple Magic Trackpad.  The three 24″ LCDs are run off of two NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 cards on the Mac Pro. With …

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  • 14 February

    Focus Stacking in Photoshop

    Focus Stacking in Photoshop Have you ever tried to focus on a small object but can’t get the right focal point? The item in the front is in focus but the one in the back is blurred? Focus stacking combines several photos into one to give you the exact image you need.  I don’t normally shoot small objects, but this …

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  • 14 February

    Cal Slayton Studio

    Cal Slayton Studio

    Cal Slayton Studio Cal Slayton is an Illustrator, a Graphic Designer and a Comic Book Artist. Best known for his work on the indie hit Shades of Blue. He is also the creator of Spookytown, which he is currently working on. He has drawn comic strips for DFW Quick newspaper and Frisco Style magazine. http://calslayton.blogspot.com/ Cal’s studio is really ready …

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