Joe Carsto wrote:
> On 8/17/07, Axel Wernicke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Am 17.08.2007 um 04:07 schrieb Eric P:
>>>> I would be happy about comments and very happy about pointers to
>>>> mistakes or to things I could do better.
>>>> You can find the podcast at http://meetthegimp.org
>>> I'm absolutely confounded that no one has replied to you yet.
>> Now, you say it - it remember - shame on me: After Rolfs mail I dived
>> into the video so much, that I forgot to reply to his post...
>> ... thumbs up!! Please keep up the good work!
>>> Rolf, excellent work! I've just begun watching (episode 6) and I
>>> am thoroughly impressed with the techniques and your
>>> You're providing an excellent resource for GIMP users (both current
>>> and future). Keep up the great work, and I'll be
>>> sure to follow your updates.
>>> It would be great if you provided a link for the original images
>>> you use in your podcast; then we could all follow along.
>>> Thanks again,
>>> Gimp-user mailing list
>> Remember: There are only two tools in life. WD-40, for when something
>> doesn't move, and should, and Duct Tape, for when something is moving
>> and it shouldn't.
>> So does the universe explode if you spray duct tape with WD-40?
>> Gimp-user mailing list
> I found your video podcasts last night, just before bed... I couldn't stop
> watching until I had watched all six episodes. It's a good thing I didn't
> have to work today or I would have been very late :)
> The videos are GREAT! I've been looking for something to help with the Gimp
> and your videos are just what I need.
> I've bookmarked your website and subscribed to your RSS feed. I can't wait
> for your next video. I really like your use of layers. Any more
> information about how to use layers would be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you for the excellent work you've done.
> Gimp-user mailing list
Keep up the good work 8-)
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