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  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. Oh boy. That'll take some time. Guess I better get to it...
  2. Holy cow. I'm back. College takes up a lot more time than I thought. You sure do miss a lot when you aren't on here for a long time. How's everyone doing?
  3. @snospmiS: No prob, I knew there had to be a way to invert the gradient without switching the primary colors. You learn something new everyday, thanks a bunch! @Ash: Thanks! Although, in reality you wouldn't be able to see the top of the ball in the reflection since, well, it is a ball. Secondly, I do know that it is highly unrealistic to see the front of the ball in the back reflection... but otherwise it's pretty neat. Thanks again, though!
  4. That's why switching the primary/secondary colors doesn't fix that. In response to Diva42 and Desktop_Bob, I couldn't understand how to fix that, either. If you just go on with the tut, it should be alright. I just added more transparency, though it does bug me.
  5. I just realized that I forgot the shadowing of the Beast boys inside... but I saved the pdn file after I flattened the orb. Oh well, I still love the outcome: ^Click for larger image.
  6. Nice idea, Drakaan! Very neat/sneaky.
  7. Thanks Oma! I'm not going to lie, I am pretty fun... Honestly, though, you look and seem like a fun person yourself. I can tell through your creations, because they're spunky and full of life. If that doesn't sound too corny...
  8. I know I haven't really made a name for myself yet, but here it is anyway... This was already on my photobucket, I'm too lazy to upload a different one. I'm all the way on the right with the awesome headphones. [offtopic]GO Fenton Varsity Dance Force, 3rd in STATE![/offtopic]
  9. It's quite simple, actually. Right before you merge the two layers together (before step 10) add some noise (:AddNoise: EFFECTS > ADD NOISE) to one of the layers. I used Intensity of around 50 to 60 and Color Saturation at 0, but you can play around with it to get the effect you're looking for exactly. Let me see when you're done!
  10. Which, I must say, is pretty awesome. Nice job!
  11. EvilNeko, the second one is really cool, nice job!
  12. By using multiple layers. Use curves on the different layers before you flatten the image. I used four different layers to get those colors.
  13. Spongey, that's pretty amazing. The spiderman/venom one is my favorite. Was that all one picture, or did you find 2 separate ones?
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