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  1. EDIT: Steftacular - yours is very, very good - I LOVE the out-of-bounds effect - but it's 17px too tall. I don't know if the mods care or not, but you might want to ask. Either way, it's an 8.2381/10. But I'm still upset that you beat me! :-)

    Thanks! I forgot to resize it after I added the white glow to it. It's still 6px too big. Here it is without the glow:


    Which is better?

    @EvilNeko: I like it a lot better! 9/10!

  2. One bug-bear though, there is a one or two pixel line on the very top of your signature just behind the King, is it meant to be?

    Yea, that was annoying me too... I think I fixed it.

    I also made the font more readable .

    And thanks all for the wonderful comments!

    @ jpope: I really like that tiger one, nice job! I also went to the zoo the other day and got some pics:



    Those two are my favorite pics, but nothing as clear and beautiful as yours.

    Oh, and here's my tiger one from the beginning of the summer:


    [click for larger images]

  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. 8.6) On "Layer 4.2", take the Gradient-Tool on Radial and Transparency Mode. Draw the gradient from 400,400 to 0,400.

    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.

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