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About NotAulophobic

  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. I'm not very good with using all the different effects and putting them all into something amazing, but I gave it a shot and actually like how it ended up. http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n219/NotAulophobic/space1.jpg I based it off a picture I saw on the National Geographic website (the pic is http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/bigphotos/11228798.html). Any suggestions/criticisms are welcome!
  2. The animal-obsessed part of my brain is begging to say something... It looks more giraffe than leopard. Leopards have circles, not random blobs. Blobs are on the giraffes. Other than that, though, it looks really great! Kudos to you!
  3. Okay, I'm finally starting to get used to PdN, but there are still some minor issues. I just made this banner and I'm proud of it for the most part. There's just one image that really bothers me. Near the bottom left corner, there's a pic of Glinda (the woman in blue) putting a flower in Elphaba's hair. I feathered the edges of the pic, but it still doesn't blend very well and the edges look too defined. Any suggestions? Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Is this possible? For example... let's say there's about 23 layers. I want to copy 8 of them together and move them somewhere else on the image. Instead of copying each layer individually, is there a way to have more than one layer selected so that you can edit them all at the same time? Or does this involve merging? I tried searching, but my search skills are terrible and I found nothing helpful...
  5. Alright. I'll give it a go. I'm just warning you that I'm not quite as skilled as all the other wonderful folks here, so it won't be anything mind-blowing. We'll see how it turns out... EDIT Okay. I fiddled with things and ended up getting this... Like I said, it's nothing wonderfully fantastic or exceptional. But nifty-looking, I suppose. Quick question, though. I have the startings of another banner for others to play with. But it doesn't have the different layers anymore; it's been flattened into one image. Is that okay? If so, here's the half of a sig, reduced down to one layer.
  6. Ahhh! Okay! Thanks tons! My science fair project and I are in debt to you!
  7. Whenever I try the 'shift+click' in Step 4, it just selects the whole image. Am I not doing something right? And how do you flood fill? Is that a plug-in?
  8. Is there a way to merge only portions of one layer into the one below it? For example... http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n219 ... /t_obs.gif http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n219 ... ic/veg.gif I need to get the little blue dots from the first image to merge onto the second image. I don't need anything else from the first map, JUST the blue dots. How can I go about doing this? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  9. Thanks! That helps out a ton! I never would have thought of that.
  10. I've been having a lot of problems when it comes to blending the edges of two images together to make things look more connected. I've tried different blurs, but I can't get it to look right. http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n219/NotAulophobic/daire_banner.jpg That's a banner that I made for a friend, but, as you can clearly see, the two images don't blend together well and you can see where my attempts at different blurs completely failed to work properly. Any advice?
  11. I feel like a complete and total noob by asking a question like this. I've read tutorials and looked through the G.D. board, but I still can't figure this out. My problem is that I want to create nifty little banners, like this: http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y259/elljane/charclaire.jpg But I can't figure out how. I think I've read through four different tutorials and other boards pertaining to the subject, but I don't understand any of it. Would someone be able to explain it to me in as simple of a way as possible? It would be greatly appreciated and I would bow down to you for half of
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