Monday, May 21, 2007

Digital Painting - Conference Notes

Thank you to everyone who came to my class on Digital Painting. I know the experience level of the attendees ranged from computer shy to expert but hopefuly everyone got something out of it.

For anyone who did not get the conference handouts, I have a link where you can download them here:

http://www.carlynbeccia.com/blog/notes.pdf

I know I also said that I would post the goodies cd. Well....I have a terrible habit of leaving something wherever I go. (I go through about 12 pairs of gloves a winter) After the conference, I left a small blue case which had 3 small portable hard drives. One of those hard drives contained the goodies material. You would think I would have this on my computer right? I do, but not in the organized fashion that I did on those portable hard drives.

So if anyone found a small blue case, PLEASE email me (info@carlynbeccia.com) because I am dreading having to reorganize everything again.

4 comments:

Kathy Weller said...

Thank you, Carlyn, for such a great presentation!
I haven't used Painter in years, but I am now considering jumping on board again.

Sherry Rogers said...

Thanks a lot!!! I have printed the pdf and will read it over. I am so grateful for your giving nature.

I wish I could have been there. Would have loved that.

Ginger*:)* said...

CArlyn, you are an angel. I paid for the conference and had an unavoidable last minute schedule change and had to miss your workshop. I was so so so looking forward to it! I really appreciate the PDF, thanks so much. I hope to connect with you at some future date, hopefully next NESCBWI conference if you aren't too busy. I am sure someone will find and return the blue case.

Good luck with the BallyHoo!

Ginger*:)* said...

Hi again, Just came back to say thanks again for the PDF. I read through it and found out something new and appreciate all the good advice. I am on a Mac, but I have used a PC long enough to be able to understand how to find what I need on the Mac. I am especailly glad to know about the grain issue where texture is concerned. Carlyn, YOU ROCK!