You got to got to E3? *jealous* The combat was very poor in TW1 so I'm not really holding my breathe too much for TW2. I don't know what drew me to the first so much, I just really got into it .
Thanks for the reminder regarding my sig, forgot about those rules! . It really stands out very well, you can instantly tell which posts are mine now. I really like typography, something I wouldn't mind getting into in a big way.
I might try it out if it releases on the 360. Crossing my fingers for that. :]
I tried the Two Worlds 2 demo at E3 that focused on the combat and it was... well, not so good. ^^; Hopefully they've added some fluidity in the mix and worked on the sluggish feel.
And yes, your new sig is nice - clean, simple, and effective. The only suggestion I would make is to resize width-wise to 500px (max) before someone reports it for being too large. ^^
Ah, see, I haven't even dipped my toes into Fireworks yet. I know it makes some aspects of web/interface design easier, though so I may try it out sometime.
I hope the vids help - and as for a book I'd just flip through whatever looks the most appealing to you. After all, it is about Photoshop, so I suppose judging a book by its cover is allowed here, right?
I may try the DLC after I tackle all this other stuff on my plate - the end of this year is going to be killer for my gaming life, haha. So many great titles coming out!
There sure is allot of books! I would know which on to use... I did download a professional video series to help with the basic stuff. I think it's just time that will be the best help. I have learnt Fireworks back to front so it a bit awkward changing over, the work flow is so much different. I'm slowly learning though.
I read some of your blog too, congrats on beating Lost Odyssey. Are you going to try the DLC? The final boss in that can be a massive pain. Takes about an hour to beat him .
Thanks! I started having an interest in graphic design years ago and I always tried to just learn a little bit a day through random tutorials. Picking up techniques here and there definitely helps and always experiment. If you're looking for a more structured resource, I would check out a bookstore or maybe library - there's tons of books on Photoshop.