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  1. Yt27, you should try bringing the text up a bit so it's vertically centered - and for the second one, maybe reducing the size a bit. On Step 6, before you merge the layers together, you can try using Sharpen to make your text look less blurry looking and a bit whiter. This has been added to the tutorial, just so everyone's userbars look that much prettier .
  2. Thanks for your kind comments, everyone .
  3. The 'Nebulous' tool is obviously a plugin - could you please provide a link to all of the plugins that are used?
  4. Gallery updated and comments appreciated.
  5. Brilliant tutorial, by the way. Here's my result.
  6. You have some pretty interesting pictures on there. Nice.
  7. 9/10. The font is ordinary, but the rest is pretty good.
  8. Thanks, david.atwell. I'll remember to use the search function next time.
  9. Well it's my own style of easy userbar creation, so hopefully it stays.
  10. Congratulations! You have unlimited wishes! Only thing is, you lost your magic lamp. I wish that we had a Quick Reply MOD here!
  11. It seems a bit ordinary, to be honest.
  12. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it This is a tutorial which will quickly enable you to create a userbar. Plugins Needed Borders and Shapes Outline Object Fonts Needed Visitor TT1 BRK - http://www.fontstock...or-TT1-BRK.html Step 1: Open up a new canvas, with the dimensions of 350 and 19 pixels. Step 2: Paste in a background image for your userbar, or use the gradient tool - - to make your own. I will be pasting one in. Step 3: First we will want to add some text - - to the left hand side of your avat
  13. Pop Art! Avatars and Signatures Renders Wallpapers Made for Requests Miscellaneous
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