Photoshop, Illustrator - Would you like our help?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by SteveL, Jul 25, 2003.

  1. SteveL

    SteveL Guest

    Paul and myself have over 30 years experience
    between us working in the Design & Graphics
    Industry producing finished artwork for many
    prestidious clients. In recent years we have
    progressed to creating and producing quality
    graphics for websites.

    We would like to offer you a Consultancy Service
    answering any design or creative issues you may
    have using Photoshop or Illustrator.

    There is no charge for this service as we both
    enjoy interactively getting to know and talking
    to individuals from around the globe by way
    of the net.

    Like many others before us we have plans to
    create a website and email newsletter with content
    dealing with the design and creative issues
    encountered using Photoshop and Illustrator.
    This will give you another useful and helpful
    resource to fall back on when you require
    additional inspiration and know how.

    First things first, we need to know if there
    will be enough interest in our proposed
    project. We would appreciate it if you could
    show your support by clicking reply with your
    yes vote or even sending us a question you
    would like our opinion on.

    We both look forward to building a friendly
    and helpful relationship with you in the future.

    Kind regards,
    Steve and Paul
    (South of England in the UK)
     
    SteveL, Jul 25, 2003
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  2. SteveL

    SteveL Guest

    We've been using these tools on a day to day basis for over
    10 years to my recollection. During this time we believe we
    have gained a very good working knowledge of both these
    programs.
    Yes, we agree, there are thousands of others offering help
    and advise but that doesn't really concern us. We just want
    to build a relationship with a number of people who would
    appreciate a little help now and then. That makes us feel
    special and happy in the thought that we can 'make someone's
    day'.
    I don't know what you mean about yes/no direction buttons.
    I didn't create any??
    Anyway, I hope you will give a couple of genuine guys your support
    in the future.
    Kind regards,
    Steve & Paul.
     
    SteveL, Jul 25, 2003
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    goofalot Guest

    I sure need all the help in photoshop and illustrator as I am a newbies and
    so glad there are so many pple out there to help and share their experience
    Unfortunately, I also can't find any button to clik. You might want to check
    your message.
     
    goofalot, Jul 26, 2003
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    nebie Guest

    As a total novice to both these excellent programs i appreciate your
    offer of support Steve - im sure i can find many questions for you :)
    one thing am wondering at the moment is if Illustrator 10 provides
    support for pressure sensitive pens when running under Win2000 - i
    read an old post that suggested this was not supported in an earlier
    windows version

    nebie
     
    nebie, Jul 26, 2003
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    n8 skow Guest

    Tell me, do all Vulcans have pointy ears or do you have the clipped when
    your young?

    n8
     
    n8 skow, Jul 27, 2003
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    Roy Petersen Guest

    Try reading his message again:
    "We would appreciate it if you could
    show your support by clicking reply with your
    yes vote or even sending us a question you
    would like our opinion on."

    Click "REPLY" with your yes or no vote.
    Doesn't your newsreader have a "reply" function?
     
    Roy Petersen, Jul 27, 2003
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    jrzyguy Guest

    i think anyone who has the ambition to create a site with imaginative
    tutorials and advise should go for it. I would first look at some of the
    well established sites listed on here (such as myjanee) and see what you
    think is missing.

    I've been using PS for about 7 years at work...but there are still things
    for me to learn.

    One suggestion tho....make sure to have dowlodable pdfs for printing....i
    cant stand tutorials where you cant print out...it frustrating having to go
    back and forth.

    I'd say GO FOR IT! you dont have to reinvent the wheel...but perhaps just
    put some new tires on it.

    regards

    jj
     
    jrzyguy, Jul 27, 2003
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  8. SteveL

    Guest Guest

    Well, I don't know. Either in their 30 years they have never had to spell
    "prestigious" or their spell checker is broke. Either case this post didn't
    come across as overly professional. But, what do I know.

    R
     
    Guest, Jul 27, 2003
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    Hecate Guest

    And the other thing is.. being a suspicious sort of person, but not
    having been to the site, exactly what code is sitting under the Reply
    button?

    Just my tuppence worth :)
     
    Hecate, Jul 28, 2003
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  10. SteveL

    Hecate Guest

    Ah, people kept going on about a site and a reply button... ;)
     
    Hecate, Jul 28, 2003
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