DeathSpecteR

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  1. Sigs are Looking good Chuck! I just got into sig making. "Lets see what we CanDo!"
  2. Guys, it looks like he may not be around here anymore. And his website is gone. He last posted like 3 years ago. Too bad. Probably my fault, man.
  3. Me too, when saving an .ico it just hangs forever. its not bringing up the save file dialog. 48x48x 32x32 ect. In paint.net version 4.0.6. I'm not sure if any of the other file extension still work or not because I downloaded and reinstalled 4.0.5 again->Works. Thankyou if you can find time to fix this. It was a great plugin in it's day.
  4. #[its not bringing up the save file dialog]!
  5. I don't know if this is what he means. I use the .icon file type dll. It get and ifinate hang when trying to save it and have to close through task man. I'm on windows 7. Edit: it's IcoCur.dll by Evans Olds?
  6. I cheated on that image a little bit. I like to use these two plugins in various orders to "smooth" edges. --AA's_Assistant @ dpy-plugins for this plugin, I usually find basicly the default setting is best for most, but it does eat away at the image. Not recomended for really narrow lines and such, but maybe you can use a thicker line and it will slim it down. --DropShadow @ Vandermotten-plugins I like this one, it can outline, shadow and everything. I usually start off with the settings turned down to 1 low and raise it up as needed. I thought there was a plugin for turning images into a vector or close to it. I'm not sure. Hope this all makes sense. good luck, carry on. Good work on these I really do like them. I always wanted to be good at these sigs.
  7. Real nice. Only thing I can think of is you might try to increase? the