Submit Your Tutorial
Written any great tutorial recently? Want to share them with the wider artistic community, get some valuable exposure and help other aspiring artitst? Well now you can!
tutorialsfree.org are looking for fresh, educational tutorials to showcase on our website. From 3ds Max, Maya, Photoshop, Corel draw, Illustrator, Photography, … we are interested in tutorials for any software and difficulty level. Both 2D and 3D tutorials will be welcomed, in text- or video-based format and any topic is acceptable as long as it’s relevant to our audience and covered in a clear, user-friendly way.
Accepted tutorials will be showcased on the homepage of tutorialsfree.org for up to two weeks, as well as being featured in our forums. Finally they will be given a permanent home in our tutorial archives where they can continue to help and instruct fellow artists for years to come.
So if you’ve got a tutorial or two lying around on your hard drive, don’t just let them gather dust – submit to tutorialsfree.org!
How to submit
Submissions can be sent to email@example.com If you’re submitting a text-based tutorial, please provide the text and images separately, with the Fig points marked in the text. If you’re submitting a video-based tutorial, please also provide a short piece of intro text explaining what your tutorial is all about.
Along with your tutorial, please include the following information:
- Your name
- Your email address
- Your website address (if available)
- Title of tutorial
- Software used
All submissions will be judged by the tutorialsfree.org team and you will then receive an email to let you if your tutorial has been accepted. We will do our best to acknowledge your submission within 48 hours, and give you a decision within a week.
Even if you haven’t actually written the tutorial yet and are simply thinking of ideas, we’d still love to hear about it, so don’t hesitate to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Submit tuorial: ….)