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I have a promise to you. Whenever I link to somebody else's blog, I always link to the direct post unless it's something that doesn't have a post. I make sure that all links open in a new tab/window. I strive to write my tuts easy to read and follow. I always include a screenshot when I feel the tut calls for it. However, I admit that I am not perfect, if I miss something, please let me know so I can fix it. Thank you.

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Hello, My name is Melissa but my friends know me as Queina or Q. I've been using PSP since Spring of 2005. I started writing tutorials in 2006. I love making tags and teaching others how to make tags. Back when MSN still allowed a chat room in their groups, I would host live tuts and teach others different techniques in PSP.

My tutorials range from beginner to advanced in difficulty. But please don't let that intimidate you. I write my tuts the way I like to do them myself. Easy to understand and follow. One of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to doing a tutorial is when the author leaves out a step or just automatically assumes you're going to understand what they're talking about. So I made it a mission to make sure I never do that. But I'm also not perfect, if you notice something I missed, please let me know so I can fix it.

As you may notice, my tutorial examples use PTU artists. Why? Because I believe that we should support the artists and the hard work that they do to create such awesome artwork and also because by purchasing a license I don't have to worry about somebody telling me I can't use that artwork on my tags.

Please do not at any time email me asking me to share tubes with you that aren't provided. Especially for PTU tubes. I will not ever condone the sharing of artwork that you must own a license to use. However, I will be more then happy to provide you with the urls to the PTU site(s) where you can purchase the artwork yourself.