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Pixey    1,944

F a n t a s t i c tutorial and here's my 1st attempt..... I'm not too happy with the glow bit though - I need to practice, practice and more practice.

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*please note when it comes to recolor the shadow, you can try Invert ,, ctrl+Shift+i*

That's how I usually do it, but I'm not going to restrict anyone to one particular method, so I didn't put that in the tutorial.

@GradensMommy: that's..... very...... pink.....

*achoo*

LOL u alergic to pink???? need a tissue? i LOVE pink!!!!

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Pixey    1,944

Thanks GradensMom for Bugster's tip...... I triend the invert and it really helps. However, since then I tried combining two tutorials and now have a new sig - see below!

Thanks for your help guys!

:lol:

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Here's my first try. Followed your tut (except for the coloring, played with the gradient thingy) exactly for this first try. Pretty ok I think--at least better than my early first try as you can see :lol: .

sigtry1a.jpg

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Critics :roll: !! GEESH :lol::lol: !! Thanks, David 8) ..........I really didn't notice until you pointed this out. Guess I was trying so hard to do the tut right :( . Oh Well.

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Because of David, I went back intending to just correct my spelling :lol: . but here is what happened.

pyrots1.jpg

When I try to do the second water effect, I guess because of the graphic I added, it doesn't come out right. Here it is with the settings at

-Distance: 55.00

-Waves period: 12

-Duration: 100.00

pyrots2.jpg

Any suggestions?

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david.atwell    280

A suggestion: You might want to move the "R" in closer to the "ichard". It'll be much easier to read. :-)

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Richard    0
A suggestion: You might want to move the "R" in closer to the "ichard". It'll be much easier to read. :-)

Thanks, but check it now!

I added some rain effects to mine :-)

But I dunno how to move the "R" without moving part of the gradient :Help:

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pyrochild    297
A suggestion: You might want to move the "R" in closer to the "ichard". It'll be much easier to read. :-)

But I dunno how to move the "R" without moving part of the gradient :Help:

You don't have them on separate layers?

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Richard    0
A suggestion: You might want to move the "R" in closer to the "ichard". It'll be much easier to read. :-)

But I dunno how to move the "R" without moving part of the gradient :Help:

You don't have them on separate layers?

Not anymore I don't :(

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pyrochild    297
Thanks for the tutorial, very helpful, even for a completely unskilled newb such as myself.

I went a slightly different route, but it was all thanks to the tutorial.

hbagnosnu9.png

Full size image here : http://img267.imageshack.us/my.php?imag ... os2bb6.png

Very nice! It's great seeing something with creativity instead of an exact clone of the tutorial.

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Mastriani    0
Very nice! It's great seeing something with creativity instead of an exact clone of the tutorial.

Coming from someone of your caliber, that is indeed a compliment ... thank you.

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Mastriani    0
Mastriani thats awesome pyro has got a point, welcome to the non conformist sheep club lol, nice work man I like it, striking.

Thank you very much.

Don't expect it too often though amici, a momentary flash of creativity from an otherwise uncreative mind. :lol:

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