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A Beginner's Guide to Horse Graphics - Manes and Tails
 By MySweetButterfly   •   3rd Jan 2012   •   1,420 views   •   14 comments
I have been making graphics and manipulations for a while now, I finally decided it was time to share my experience and make a tutorial to help others. This tutorial provides an easy six step process for adding custom manes and tails to your horse graphics. Give it a try and let me know how it goes.

Manes and Tails
A Beginner's Guide to Horse Graphics - Manes and Tails
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