I use PSP8 for this =] Sorry if this question was posted before =$
[icon made by autumnjoy ]
Hope someone can help me out! =]
thanks in advance,
I made it using PS7, I'm pretty sure it's translatable
This is my first tutorial, so bear with me here...
(P. Sherman, 42, Wallaby Way, Sydney! That's where I'm going!)
We are making this from these three pictures.
Warning: Image heavy. This wound up as a very high quality png banner, so not for the faint of dial-up.
I'm just a man in a silly red sheet / Digging for Kryptonite on this one-way street
Extremely simple icon tutorial, done with PSP8.
From this to this .
(i can't get it right...)
(Learn How Over Here)
Other Icons using this effect:
Using Photoshop CS2, easiley transferable to all programs. No Curves.
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hope you are enjoying your summer.
does anyone know how to achieve this vintagey coloring or something similar?
How is it possible to both outline an image and place it on top of a colored backgroun? Is there a specific tutorail for this? I would attempt asking the maker, but it seems I have forgotten who created this.
Go from this to
No curves, no hundred color layers... just a few easy steps :)
@ my icon LJ
( here )
I can't decide on a speed that would look good. It has a transition frame inbetween each "regular" frame.
[I use Animation Shop 3 & PSP 7]
Please take a look - i really hope it is useful!!!
I love it!
( learn how )
I came across the beautiful header at narnian_herald made by emiv at sweet__tea, and I love the way the text looks!
However, I can't seem to figure out how I could make something with similar font.
Can anyone tell me what font it is, what effects are used, etc.?
The header is under an lj-cut.
Help me please?
in Paint Shop Pro 8 (translatable)
At my graphics community
This is a tutorial made for use with Photoshop 7.0
It requires good knowledge of Photoshop functions, blend modes, etc.
Curves are used but I have included screencaps of settings so hopefully they will be clear.
All I ask is please don't copy this tutorial exactly, but use it as a starting point for your own experimentation.
Pull the colour to the surface
I was wondering how to get the best light and image effect out of screencaps. They always seem so dark and no matter how much I play with the contrast etc, they always look...dull, faded and unprofessional, I guess. They seem to lack something.
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Any ideas what I can do to get the most out of the image?
Made with PSPX and curves.