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About agonnazar

  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. 7/10. I like CMD's little face avatar better because it has a little background (background as in history).
  2. I don't see what's hard to read about it other than the "g" and "A" lumped together. Oh, and how the "o" got a little messed up at the top too.
  3. Very nice tutorial Mine looks a little more like liquid mercury than crome, though, because I used a less blocky font. EDIT: Another one,
  4. Yep, I've thought about this before, just never thought of requesting it. I think it would save some time.
  5. ... arLeaf.jpg Used a variation of the waterdrop tutorial, no gradient, just bluring.
  6. Lots of thanks, I've been waiting for one of these for a long time.
  7. No, the comic that six posted is a carbon copy. the xkcd one is origional.
  8. Ah, I just found the one I put a link to...
  9. Your friend stole the joke from a Cyanide and happiness strip.EDIT: I couldn't find the origional page, but here's the comic on a different website... RE-EDIT: I found it...CMD found the origional...
  10. I was thinking more along the lines of using the Alpha Mask Import plugin, you could probably apply an image of a face over a layer of smoke with the plugin and have it look similar... I haven't tried it yet, so I'm not sure.
  11. That one is free and has no popups or ads, it's really the best one I've ever found. You do have to kind of be experienced in a web programming language, the site doesn't help you at all in that field. Or you can just have a program like Adobe GoLive, that works too (expensively). If you need to know how to use it, just ask; it's not easy to explain, though. You'll probably figure it out anyways.
  12. You could try the grid maker plugin.
  13. or you can right click on it and press "reset", I use firefox 2.0, so it may be different. I see things that have been changed from their default in bold.
  14. t2suggas, Couldn't you just put the pic on it's own layer, and set the layer to screen?