darman42 5:21PM Thu, 13 August 2009
thank you SO much. ive never been able to get a good thumbnail, lol thanks for pointing out the "Save for Web"
Nikienana 12:48AM Mon, 24 November 2008
Thanks so much. I really needed this.
EportsCreations 12:29PM Wed, 17 October 2007
Thank you! It was a great helping hand.
Seaview123 2:12PM Fri, 28 September 2007
Very well laid out and informative tutorial. We can't thank you enough for your insight.
alltheoriginalnames 7:59PM Sun, 09 September 2007
I can't say enough about this. It was useful, precise and to the point. Pictures and everything. I had a different version of photoshop but it still wokred like a charm. Thank you very much, I'm a newb so I had no clue till I read this.
dinkyshoe 11:05PM Mon, 02 April 2007
I have made thumbnails before but you showed and told me some things that I did not know, thank you. I am learning by trial and error, sometimes it is very frustrating. (:0(
keelin 7:11AM Sun, 18 March 2007
jackrobb 2:30PM Sat, 17 March 2007
I am kinda senior citizen, 81 to be exact. But I am a trained artist, photographer and made a nice living at it on Madison Ave. in my beloved NYC. My son is an accomplished webmaster and touted this old guy onto Renderosity and I have learned more from tutorials like yours (I free lance for the History Channel since I was part of it)than any manual or OEM I have ever tried to comprehend. Thanks for sharing and thanks for your skill in communicating the "how to." John McCullough Easton, PA
MajinBoo 11:15PM Thu, 15 March 2007
I like this tutorial its great for beginners and it gives me a different to think about how I make my thumbnails.
danamongden 7:13AM Thu, 15 March 2007
One other tip: in Photoshop's Save-for-Web, you can bring up the palette menu on the quality settings and tell it to "optimize for file size" and specify the size. That's a quick one-step way to get it down to 15K.
ecko30 7:45PM Wed, 14 March 2007
sometime back i downloaded a fee program called Stphmkre and i use this to make thumbnails and put the colored border around my pictures all i need is to save a jpg thought this might help forgot where i got the program
stick 3:47PM Wed, 14 March 2007
Thanks for this tutorial. I could never make a thumbnail, now that I have this i'll try it and if I get it right I can start posting stuff. Again thanks.
3DVim 12:04PM Wed, 14 March 2007
Great Tutorial! Very well done!
karosnikov 9:54PM Tue, 13 March 2007
ON could use the crop tool, move it around and scale it, it can be set to a certain size and/or resolution ( 100 px X 100 px ), hit return, save thumbnail for web, ok, then undo the cropping. save for web the full view for web, save the original psd..
carlosfinales 2:12PM Mon, 12 March 2007
thank for you help carlos f
X-PaX 2:58AM Fri, 09 March 2007
That is a nice tutorial but IMHO it would be easier to duplicate the orginal image and simply resize that copy to the thumbnail size. If that was done the thumbnail can be sharpen.
Click2Move 5:18PM Sun, 04 March 2007
Great Tutorial, i never thought of making thumbnails that way i used to resize the image first then the canvas! thanks
evielouise 7:46PM Tue, 27 February 2007
Thank you I just merge my layers save as:named then make a new size (100 X 100 )for renderosity and copy and paste from large to small But I like yours also well done /member evie hugs ))
ephotosaver 8:17AM Mon, 05 February 2007
corvas 3:10AM Mon, 05 February 2007
thank you so much for this ive never been able to make a good thumb thanks