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  1. Wow! Great Tutorial. I wasn't quite sure how it would look when I saw the title, but when I saw the end product, I thought it was amazing! Nice Job! Here's what I made with it (a bit colorful, wouldn't you say? ).
  2. Wow! Great Tutorial. I wasn't quite sure how it would look when I saw the title, but when I saw the end product, I thought it was amazing! Nice Job! Here's what I made with it (a bit colorful, wouldn't you say? ). [attachment=0]crazy pixelated_waved.jpg[/attachment]
  3. Thanks for the tip, I will try that!
  4. This is just something I made that I thought you would enjoy. (I hope you do!) Plug-ins needed: Fire! Here is your end result: Step one: Using the selection tool, make a selection of 600 pixels high (from top to bottom) and 100 pixels wide. Step two: Fill in this box us the gradient tool and starting from the top left corner and ending in the bottom right (Primary color is red and secondary is dark red) (Should look like this) Step three: Repeat step one and two to make a second bax right after the first one. This time though, use the gradient with orange as your primary color and brown as your secondary color. (Should look like this) Repeat these steps, alternating colors as shown, until you reach the edge of the picture. (If you are off a couple of pixels, that's fine) Step four: Add noise to the picture, set the intensity to 51. Step five: Use the motion blur and set the distance to 40. Step six (final step!): Use the Fire! Plug-in and even though it is in the render category, if you set it down to two, it will make our final product! Any feedback, criticism or comments, are fine. I hope you enjoyed making Fire Bars!
  5. why don't my pictures show up?
  6. I'm new and these are some of the creations I made before joining
  7. Any suggestions? :?: :?: :?:
  8. a really silly question... How do you add a signature!? :? :?
  9. I am new and this is my first tutorial. Any feedback, comments or criticism, is fine. Plugins needed: Jitter Here is your end result: Step one: Make your primary color light blue and your secondary color a darker blue. Step two: Use the gradient tool and start from the top left corner and go down to the bottom right corner. Step three: Use the jitter tool and set the amount to 100 and make sure you have wrap checked. Step four: Use the selection tool and select an area that is about the size of the space between the edge to the end of the lines that come off the side. When selected, copy and paste and move the new rectangle over to the sides to cover up the lines. Do this for both sides. (Result after steps): Step five: Use the polar inversion tool and set the amount to .51 and the quality to whatever you like. Now you're done!
  10. I am new and I am not sure how to put a picture into my tutorials! PLEASE HELP!