Stock & Resources ToU
Stock images, textures, brushes, premades & cut-out stock
I'm a process engineer who loves to create photomanips in her free time. My art account can be found at kuschelirmel. Here on my stock account, you'll find all sorts of resources from stock images to textures to tutorials. I don't have many rules when it comes to the usage, but I have a few and I expect you to take the time to read them if you download and use my stock.
If you have additional questions, feel free to contact me via note or e-mail: kuschelirmel<at>gmail.com
Tools of the Trade
Overview: My TutorialsThis is an overview of the Photomanipulation / Photoshop Tutorials available in my Gallery. Some are a little old (still using PS7), but the principles are still valid (even though some of the really old ones may seem outdated aesthetically). Generally, the further down in each list, the newer the tutorials. Tutorials with this symbol are video tutorials - the newer ones can also be found on my youtube channel.
There are now also photography and stock/resources providing guides listed below the manip ones
At the bottom, you will also find a list of possible future tutorials, a collection of ideas. If you have something I could add to this list, do feel free to comment and let me know!
If you want to get a reminder each time I update this list, please tell me in a comment - I'll create a list of people at the bottom and you
dA Journal CSS + TutorialsI have uploaded quite a few free journal css (the newer ones are all easy-install ones) as well as some tutorials on the subject, which are listed here.
Note: You need to be subscribed to use journal CSS!!!
Journal CSS Tutorials
New CSS Style (aka. gruze style - .gr-box...)
These are the newer tutorials / helpful bits for coding that have been put together using the new (gruze) style journal css. Please not that while the old stuff still works, you cannot mix it with the new. So if you decide to code in gruze, you need to stick to it.
Gruze Style Journal CSS - a guide: while this is not a tutorial per se as it doesn't actually explain step-by-step, it is meant to be a helpful visual guide for coding in gruze style. It shows you the classes available (= predefined by dA) and the t