I stay young (well, sort of) by being always a newby.
You make staying a newby very difficult.
On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 2:27 PM, <ad...@pilobilus.net> wrote:
> On 09.10.2013 10:24, Jo Gandaa wrote:
> I deliver different Art and I.T based workshops at a community
>> centre, previously Graphic Design & Digital Editing Training for
>> During the Graphics training I used Macromedia Fireworks however I
>> would like to deliver another course using GIMP for practical and
>> financial reasons.
> Proprietary commercial software is absurdly expensive and that rules out
> its use in a classroom setting unless you are doing a very expensive,
> vendor endorsed certification class. But if teaching image editing to
> beginners is the real objective, there is no excuse for that; the GIMP
> I have a tutorial up that provides basic orientation, including how to
> customize the interface and a couple of useful tweaks like setting up a
> keyboard + mouse wheel command to change brush size on the fly. There's
> also a quick intro to layers and layer masks, and links to suggested
> resources for practical instruction in common editing tasks. You might be
> able to pull some useful stuff out of it.
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