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Date Posted: Sat January 08, 2011 07:17:09
Author: Comicality
Subject: Checking out the Gimp-shop thing...

I've got a LOT of practicing and stuff to do to really get comfortable with it though. I saw the tutorialson YouTube, so they help. (Hehehe, and with a soothing 'cute boy' voice! Nice! Only helps me learn faster)

I just wish that I could use a 'pen' or something to draw on the laptop mousepad instead of my finger. I'm sooooo backwards trying to trace or outline something with my finger in a photograph. Ugh! I need a pen and a pad or something. I'll figure something out.

Should be cool though once I get things the way I want them to look. It would make me want to re-do everything! :)

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