January 12th, 2006

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Hi ^^;


Uhm...I have a dumb question, but I can't remember the link for the life of me. D:


Does anyone have a link to the icon of Dominic Monaghan where he's like hunched over? The ground around him is all animated and ripply like he's in water.


If anyone could find it, I'd be very grateful.
gaga

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Hi! I have a question about Image Ready. I have PS 8. How do you make a simple moving icon like this one?

.   (Credit: Sorry I do not know who made it) I have no clue whatsoever, how to do this. I appreciate any kind of help, thanks! :)

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I never really ask for help here. But now I do. I'm sure it's possible.
I used Animation Shop 3.
I just made this Lyrics animation:

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But I wanted it to look more like this:

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Like how it scrolls.
Anyone who can help me?

EDIT: SOLVED
Reefer Girl Love

Help me. Pretty please?

Hey everybody. I need some serious help. I have two questions.

I use Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0 on two PC's, and now some texts have been left out on one of the PC's. Where and How can I retreave these lost texts.

Now, like I said I use Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0. Is there anybody out there familiar with this software that I can get tips and tricks and information and downloads and what not? Anybody that can help me out would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks so very very much.
~Hardluck Joesephine xoxo
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smoke,mist, and antique brushes

i found this tutorial(http://www.livejournal.com/users/eomir/29378.html it was a really good blend tutorial...but ive ran into a small problem...the problem is that she uses smoke,mist and antique brushes on it...im new to photoshop 7 and i dont have any brushes like that...i was wondering if anyone out there knew where i could find brushes like this...it would really be appricated...thanks in advance...
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First Time Tutorial! *g*

I figured out a way to make dark icons look pretty spiffy today, so if anyone is interested, it would be going from

to

in Photoshop 7. I'm sure it transfers to the other Photoshop versions and maybe even other graphic programs, but I've only ever used Photoshop, so how, no clue.

I put it in my journal because I was testing to make sure everything worked and didn't feel like moving it. :P

Hope it's helpful!