Considering the estimated 130 million
books in the world, it's been said that it's not important how many books one can read during their lifetime, it's which books one reads during their lifetime that really counts.
Extending that notion to GIMP, what would be the 10 or 20 (or more) best GIMP tutorials for a person to follow, keeping in mind that a new gimp user would follow the tutorials in sequence?
The tutorials would cover topics including basic creation and editing of an image, layers, channels, paths, masking, bump/displacement mapping and other essential techniques.
I think this would be a great list to compile.
and have since begun creating a series of videos for absolute beginners on GIMP. Go check that post out and throw your input in on what should be discussed! I'll keep making the tutorials, and will make changes per your guys's suggestions. Together I think we can make the best set of beginner tutorials out there.