I am not affiliated with the author of these tutorials. All of the tutorials were written by
Patrick Shettlesworth. All I did was convert them to PDF and image format.
The following tutorials where pulled from
This is a very in-depth tutorial for drawing anime. There are about 30 separate tutorials
for everything from drawing hair, eyes, clothing, weapons and even storyboards. There
are also about 20 mini tutorials on coloring anime in Paintshop pro and Photoshop and
various special effects such as fireballs and energy blasts.
The tutorials are made available in 3 formats:
JPEG Perfect for viewing on an Ipod or any other device that supports viewing
PDF Easily Printout the entire tutorial
Raw HTML Pages This is a direct rip of the tutorial so you can view it offline in
your browser. Useful if you are on a laptop and do not have an internet connection
In fact, I use the images on my ipod to help me during art class. This is best viewed
with the open source Rockbox Firmware (http://www.rockbox.org ) which co-exists
with the original apple firmware for the ipod.
NOTE: The PDF and JPEG images were both ripped directly from HTML
format so they are both high quality.
Statistics on Number of Pages:
Format Drawing Tutorial Photoshop Tutorial Photoshop Effects
HTML 100 Pages 18 Pages 19 Pages
PDF 128 Pages 31 Pages 42 Pages
JPEG Images 100 Pages 18 Pages 19 Pages
Reference Number : #0001
What is the Reference Number For?
I am putting up a site http://tutorialport.wordpress.com....
(At the time of writing June 22 2007 the site is under construction. So don't be surprised
if you see nothing there at the moment.)
I am making portable/easily printable versions of free tutorials available on the internet.
The reference number helps me keep track of the tutorials I have converted.
The PDF page numbers are messed up...what gives?
The page numbers at the bottom of each page refer to how long the original HTML file
was in normal letter-size pages. So for example, if a tutorial was 1 HTML page long it
may turn out to be 3 pages in printed letter sized paper.