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Author Topic: An excellent and somewhat unusual masking tutorial  (Read 1556 times)

Offline philbach

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An excellent and somewhat unusual masking tutorial
« on: August 05, 2009, 03:02:20 PM »
Margie, I just ran into this tutorial today by the infamous Russell Brown.  There are also some great hair brushes in this area of Russells web sit also.  I did not know how to link this to your tutorial section but here is the link to the tutorial.

http://av.adobe.com/russellbrown/ComplexHairMasks_SM.mov :up:
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Re: An excellent and somewhat unusual masking tutorial
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2009, 04:10:35 PM »
Thanks Phil, I love Russell Brown's tutorials. He gives great instructions and is funny to boot! This tutorial is great and I can see where it would have been really helpful on your last restore. Any one that has trouble seeing the tutorial, either right click or cmd click on the link and save to your hard drive. It is large at 15.7 MB, but by saving to your hard drive you will be able to watch it with no problems. Those on cable may not need to do this, but it is still nice to have this saved for future reference.

Margie
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