mcamp14

Members
  • Content count

    117
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0

About mcamp14

  • Birthday 01/01/1970

Contact Methods

  • AIM
    mattcamp16
  • MSN
    matt33goalie@hotmail.com
  1. You would need to select the "front" of the cup and cut it out of the layer. Paste it in the exact same place on a layer above the baby. The order should be as follows: front of the cup, baby, rest of the cup.
  2. Are you talking about a tool like the Live Paint tool in Adobe Illustrator?
  3. Granted, this recent addition is not related to astronomy at all, but I think that it is pretty cool. If you want to find me on facebook for whatever reason, check under Matt Camp and this is my profile picture.
  4. Maybe you need to install additional fonts on your laptop. You can check your fonts under Control Panel and then Fonts. You can download fonts off of many websites, and they usually have instructions somewhere on that website or wikipedia / google. Hope you figure it out.
  5. Wjy don't you run VM Ware or boot camp or something like that?
  6. @Schism: That is one amazing use of this effect!
  7. Oh yeah, I saw that. I hate to advice the use of this effect, but the polar inversion effect might do something to make the nebula look more nebula like, as in that around a star.
  8. There was no need for you to post this. Hey I don't mind haha! Anyway, the gaussian blur of an outline around the picture is the easiest way, but it is still not easy.
  9. There is no one too for that. You could use the rectangle tool to make the rectangle and then use the ellipse tool to make the rounded roof shape. Simply erase the unwanted lines left over.
  10. Yeah I forgot about the low quality that a gif has.
  11. Ok good to know By the way, how is that nebula tutorial coming?
  12. Really, I didn't have to do that with 3.5.1
  13. Wait, what? I don't think I understand, or it could be because it is late. My problem is this: Layer 1 ---Blending Mode: Darken Layer 2 ---Blending Mode: Normal When I merge down the two layers it acts like this: Layer 1 ---Blending Mode: Normal Layer 2 ---Blending Mode: Normal The top layer totally overwrites the bottom layer, no matter what.
  14. Amazing job! Just need to make it a bit smoother, if you have time. I will eventually. I think it might be a bit :AntiAliasingOff:, but that could just be me.
  15. http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=33260