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KiLLEz7

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Soz for the double post but the other one did seem to work

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i should have put some more pictures in but i didnt have enough space :S

I think the drop shadow is a plug in (cant remember) so soz again for not having the link for it if it is

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Nice tutorial! In the future, though, please use text and screenshots. Using big images is not friendly to people with slower connections. :-) Thanks.

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That is a cool effect. i don't think that I'll use it in the near future but it does seem to come out fairly realistic which is something i always like :) Good work.

looks like you could probably use the varicose plugin to get a similar effect

Hmmm... perhaps but i think this is an easier, more unique way.

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I wish you would've used text! my computer is slow, and takes a while to load pics :(

my go:

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I wish you would've used text! my computer is slow, and takes a while to load pics :(

In fact, killez7, this breaks the Tutorial Guidelines by having (indeed, by being) an image larger than 800px at its largest dimension (yours is 800x2000!). Please redo it so that it's text with screenshots, or I'll have to lock it.

Sorry I didn't think about it earlier.

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HEY wow don't break it down. just make a link to it bud. I find those take a lot a work to construct and they make the tut look a lot more professional. gj :D

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HEY wow don't break it down. just make a link to it bud. I find those take a lot a work to construct and they make the tut look a lot more professional. gj :D

I disagree. They make them look kind of childish and - since they're harder to download - a lot more elitist. Break it down.

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Maybe. :oops: (Haven't been on the forums for a while. :P)

It would look better if you could put twisted metal on it. :)

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i fixed it to be split of 5 separate images all 800x<800 pix

personly i cant see the point in splitting it up as it was around 512kb to begin with so if you couldnt load that then you would have to be on dial up or something old

but i dont want to start a argument as i did what you wanted and as i said its just a personal view on it and i can understand that big images can make pages odd and long

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i fixed it to be split of 5 separate images all 800x<800 pix

personly i cant see the point in splitting it up as it was around 512kb to begin with so if you couldnt load that then you would have to be on dial up or something old

but i dont want to start a argument as i did what you wanted and as i said its just a personal view on it and i can understand that big images can make pages odd and long

I meant that you should break it down into text and screenshots. So remove the text from the images, and type it in on the post. :-)

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personly i cant see the point in splitting it up as it was around 512kb to begin with so if you couldnt load that then you would have to be on dial up or something old

I use Opera, Safari, Firefox & IE7. None of them work very fast because I live in a rural area where broadband is simply not available :cry:

512kb at 4.5kb/s is still a lot of time to be sitting waiting & staring.

David is right, the tutorial should be broken into text and images to save on bandwidth.

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