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Chasys Draw IES Help:


Tutorials
 

TABLE of CONTENTS
Painting Tutorial
 

This tutorial is a simple painting exercise to illustrate the use of the various painting tools. It is meant to familiarize the user with the tools and Chasys Draw IES Artist environment in general.

 

Coloring Tutorial
 

This short tutorial shows the user how use the "colorize" options of the effects brush to add color to black-and-white photographs, drawings and cartoons.

 

Photo-editing Tutorial
 

This tutorial is a simple editing exercise to illustrate the use of the photo-editing oriented tools. It is meant to familiarize the user with the basics of photo-editing and the use of layers and paths.

 

Image Stacking Tutorial
 

This tutorial shows the user how to use image stacking to create proffessional-looking photographs using inexpensive camera equipment (or even proffessional equipment). The user is shown how to take multiple photos of a scene and how Chasys Draw IES combines them to create high quality photos with reduced noise, enhanced dynamic range, enhanced resolution, etc.

 

Layer-based Design Tutorial
 

This tutorial exercise puts the user in a real layer-based design session, where the user will be guided through creating a real world layered graphic using layers. The user will be shown various tricks and techniques, but will also be given room to explore and experiment with a view to make them find the techniques that they are most comfortable with.

 

Fun with Object Tools (a tutorial)
 

This tutorial exercise shows the user some of the amazing things that can be done with the various object tools. It is intended to show the user the power of these tools and how to put that power into practical use.

 

Icon & Cursor creation Tutorial
 

This very short tutorial exercise shows the user how to create icons and cursors using Chasys Draw IES Artist.

 

Video to GIF Tutorial
 

This tutorial teaches the user how to make GIF animations from videos; these are commonly used on discussion forums on the internet as “avatars” or “profile photos”.

 

 

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