I noticed Wacom has a contest where people can submit videos that show how to use the tablet for some application and the winners get free tablets. perhaps someone would be interested in submitting some Studio Artist tablet tutorials in the contest (hint,hint). Anyway, i thought i'd mention it, and you can find out more at this link.
Thanks for the tip off on this, John. I've had some ideas bouncing around my head for a while for some tutorials. With the potential for prizes and the fact that the contest runs until the end of August, I have fewer excuses to put off making them.
Incidentally, does anyone know of a cheaper alternative to Snapz ProX for capturing screen video? I know that you get what you pay for and all that... but $70 seems like a lot to lay out for this sort of utility.
I am sure there are loads of Factory Paint Synth Presets that work in the area you are looking for. Experimenting with existing presets may give you what you want.
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