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RobSnake
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Posted 24 September 2006 - 11:36 AM

user posted image

Oh and with CS2 how do i put a background on the image too like a street in the background?

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Posted 24 September 2006 - 11:41 AM

This should go in GFX and the image is too big for your signature.

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Posted 24 September 2006 - 11:55 AM

Need to lose that white sh*t.

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Posted 24 September 2006 - 11:55 AM Edited by jarjar, 24 September 2006 - 11:57 AM.

QUOTE (Knife @ Sep 24 2006, 21:41)
This should go in GFX and the image is too big for your signature.

Then reporting the post and requesting a move might be a good idea you reckon Knife? tounge.gif . Move Requested.

Anyway, yes, it's way way to big to fit in your signature icon13.gif .

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Need to lose that white sh*t.


The white parts around the image are due to it being a .gif, which don't support edges very well as you can see tounge.gif .

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Posted 24 September 2006 - 12:11 PM

Poor quality. You probably copied the fire and the guy into Photoshop and then put it together and saved it with an awful compression and wrong border.

I'm sorry but that can be even done with MS Paint. So yeah, I suggest that you might as well learn some techniques for CS2. I assume you didn't buy it but the program does cost over $1000 so I hope you see that it's meant for professionals.

And yeah, wrong forum and all that. How does "2D GFX" sound?

skatingfreak666
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Posted 25 September 2006 - 12:38 PM

QUOTE (vALKYR @ Sep 24 2006, 22:11)

I'm sorry but that can be even done with MS Paint. So yeah, I suggest that you might as well learn some techniques for CS2. I assume you didn't buy it but the program does cost over $1000 so I hope you see that it's meant for professionals.

And yeah, wrong forum and all that. How does "2D GFX" sound?

Yeah, im 100% sure it CAN be done on MS-Paint on Windows 95.
It's about $2,000 for CS2.
Yes, 2D GFX sounds much much much better.

Agreed and pwned.

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Posted 25 September 2006 - 02:08 PM

QUOTE (skatingfreak666 @ Sep 25 2006, 14:38)
...Yeah, im 100% sure it CAN be done on MS-Paint on Windows 95.
It's about $2,000 for CS2...

2000$??? WTF??? I could buy a car for that money tounge.gif But it can't be that much, can it? And yeah I could do it on paint easily...

But back to the topic: Those white parts are really bad. A bit looks like those were the borders tounge.gif . I think maybe cutted it out with polygonal lasso (or some else lasso tool), or used Magic Eraser tool...

ChrisBeats
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Posted 27 September 2006 - 12:33 AM

That's actualy a cut out rendered (pretty badly cut too) and some text. I would suggest you add some effects into it.

Oh and I got CS2 for 800 not 2,000.

jarjar
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Posted 01 October 2006 - 09:48 AM

QUOTE (ChrisBeats @ Sep 27 2006, 10:33)
That's actualy a cut out rendered (pretty badly cut too) and some text. I would suggest you add some effects into it.

Oh and I got CS2 for 800 not 2,000.

Not nessasarly cut, there are many ways to take objects from images using Photoshop CS2 icon14.gif .

Also, it all depends one what version you bought, they can get pretty pricy, Photoshop CS2 New costs from US $649. And I belive they get up to near US $1500 for Professional, and you also need to remember currency it diffrent in diffrent countries icon14.gif .




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