Friday, 3 January 2014

FAQ: What program do you use for your tutorials?

I decided to do sort of FAQ series to answer some questions you had or might have. I'm starting with the question I get most - about my tutorials. I'd like to continue this series with short posts on photo-editing + camera and nail art tools. Plus I'll add a FAQ page to the top bar with summary.
If you have any suggestions, let me know!

What program do I use for my tutorials then? Microsoft PowerPoint. Yea.
It has tools to work with vector graphics, I learnt all about it at school and when I was thinking, long time ago, what I should use to paint nails on the computer, PowerPoint was number one choice.
So I sketch the process in PP and then I save it as a picture and I move to Photofiltre, editor I use, to add some text and frame.
I also wanted to add some photos to this, but my powerpoint is in Czech so it might be worthless... You decide.

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With the pictures I wanted to show you some tools I use and that MS PowerPoint is not just for presentations.
If you have more questions about the tutorials and graphics in PP, I'll be happy to answer them.
And I would totally appreciate more questions for this FAQ thing I want to do, so don't hesitate to ask anything!

8 comments:

  1. Great post! I'll might try these out!

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  2. Amazing to see how you do it! I would never have thought to use PP.. I might have to try that out ;)

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  3. Thanks for sharing! I would love to share this and try this out!

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  4. This is amazing! I will give it a try but I feel like I might just stick to watching yours! They are awesome just like your nail art

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  5. I can't believe you use powerpoint to draw the nail shape! That's such a great idea!!! xD

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  6. haha, thanks :) it's very simple once you know how ;)

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  7. this is exactely the reaction I expected (and wanted) :D thanks!

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