This is a very good tutorial that will help new users to vectoring. It's more easier to do vector on Adobe Illustrator because it's easier to fix the curves and resize all parts vectored with no quality loss. Anways, since that I don't do vectoring on photoshop, I'm going to try doing this right now.
extremely confussing if you have never vectored anything before. its a problem people have: explaining something you know will always be difficult as you will never explain things thourougly and assume that people 'know' things. thanks anyway.
Oh gosh, I tried to start....but then I got scared xD
I've never made a vector thingy, so I just decided not to try....basically because I'm a slow learner when it comes to hard stuff
But the tut looks great! And easy, but I just don't have the patience
thank you I did find everything else easy to follow ... so you get better results in illustrator ? I have not used that b4 ..but I'm willing to try ...I did find a method of applying a smoothness to the hair I did .. not quite as detailed as yours in the tut ... but I found that ctrl + click to select allows you to then modify-smooth ... dunno if that will help anyone else at all ..cheers and again thanks for the great tut!
In the tutorial i used photoshopcs2, photoshop does not have smooth tool only illustrator does :S thats why i didnt say use smooth inside the tut only replied a comment with it. The tutorial only tells you to use pen tool and maybe a couple other tools that should be easy to find in pscs2.
I think this tut is is wonderful ! ..It's a little hard to follow in places .. but over all I think I got the hang of it ~L~ ..I was also having issues with the hair .. but now that I read all the comments ..I have found the answer thank you !