January 6th, 2007

Waka-chan (^w^)

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Hello~ I'm having a problem with transparent background GIF'S. I have made this icon, following the rounded rectangle tutorial from here. The tutorial says IE will only make a background transparent if it is a GIF. However, I saved the icon as a GIF and the background is still showing up as a white colour against darker backgrounds. Does anyone know how I can fix this? Please and thankyou.~
present and dangerous //;; agent carter


Ok, so I hate to be a post whore here but I was trying to do a quick jump from one image to another. (like this but in icon form: http://acciobrain.ligermagic.com/hpbellacrazy.gif) And I wasn't sure if I could...I have Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Bridge, GoLive, and Professional...is there a way I could do it? Again--sorry to post whore here! Thanks for all of your help!
  • Current Music
    Evermore :: Are You Satisfied?

Rock Style Wallpapers

I am after some tutorials on how to make a nice ROCK style music wallpaper. I want it to be perferably a dark colour such as black. Anyone have any good ones that I may follow? I want it to have a person on it, maybe a few pics.

I use PScs2.

Hope that made sence.

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I'm not sure if this is allowed.
Sorry if it isn't.
I was hoping if some of you could post links to tutorial lists.
Like the ones that have the picture of the icon that links to the tutorial but
there's at least around 50 of them.
  • jivril

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Made with Photoshop CS but should work with other programs as well.
Warning: image heavy.

Over here.

Other icons made with the same technique:
  • Current Music
    Bob Dylan - Cold Irons Bound


I was wondering if anyone could let me know which programs allow auto-capping and how I can go about using it.

I've looked through the memories, but I couldn't seem to find anything related to what I'm looking for. Sorry if I overlooked anything, but I'd really appreciate any help I can get.

Thanks in advance!

Color Correction Using Curves

Hi, there! I wrote a little tutorial outlining the way I correct really blue or red icon bases with Curves. I thought I'd share it, as the only color correction guide I found in the memories was for Photoshop, and it only corrected red. Hope you enjoy!

Program: PSP X, but probably translatable if you have Curves.
Level: Easy

Going from

This: to this:
This: to this:

Caution: A little image-heavy.
Find the tutorial here at my icon journal, vestigeicons.