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Novice Signature Tutorial

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Bob    3
so do i make another layer with the render on it?. then i make the color layer?

You posted when I was writing. The answer is yes.

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ferdy2fast    0

i need some kind of video, cuz am still lost...may be it's the explenation

Next, we will copy our render onto the sig, resize it, and center it. I find the best method for this is to use the multiple window feature, open up the render, delete the render's name, resize, select all, cut, select the sig make a new layer and paste. Woo, mouthfull. Place the render in the center of the signature. (I resized mine with the aspect ratio to a height of 300)

..im probably lost on that part.

anybody have xfire or AIM so someone can guide me through this?

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usedHONDA    4

Sorry. You remind me of myself when I was new with Paint.NET.

There are two ways to select all- press Ctrl+A on the keyboard or use the menu to navigate to Edit> Select all.

To set layer opacity, click on "Layer properties" in the layers window. Then slide the bar titled "Layer Opacity" to... well... set the layer opacity.

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BuzzKill    7

Also, if you're working with the 'Move Selected Pixels' tool or 'Move Selection' tool, you can left-click, right-click, or even scroll(button)-click anywhere on the canvas(or outside the canvas) to select all.

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BuzzKill    7
It isn't "scroll(button)-click", it's middle-click.

I'm pretty sure Paint3r knew exactly what I was referring to... but thanks for the useless correction.

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