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Cola

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  1. I found this video rather hilarious yet rather true and if someone has the ability and time to make one for the PDN forums,i think it would do some good and make some laughs.This particular video was made for the STEAM forums but pertains to forums all over the web.Enjoy!

    (Some vulgarity but not excessive just a warning)

  2. First order of business

    Its a cool sig but im hoping you took that pic yourself otherwise it kinda takes away from the creativity.The text color works well with the sig but i think it'd be neat if you messed with some of the colors or added something you think fit to make it more of a photo manip.3/5

    And also

    Well, it's kinda bland. It could use more... stuff...? I don't know... :?

    You didn't rate my sig or offer anything that could,by any stretch of the imagination,be considered useful.You would have been better off not posting at all and letting someone who would actually post something useful rate my sig.

    Its meant to be like the taped,stamped top of a cardboard box,they aren't exactly that thrilling in the first place but i thought it was a good concept and a quick little something to commemorate my 100 posts.

    So lets try this again for my 101st post with someone that understands how RATE the sig of the poster above you works.

    Please Rate

    29o0ehv.jpg

    Didn't mean to rant but it irritated me...

  3. If you want the people more of white figures or more of just one color cut out the person your using,put them on their own layer,use the silhouette effect effects>object>silhouette (may have been in a plug in i dont recall) and do whichever color you want,then once you get the color you want adjust the opacity of that layer and youll have a ghostly figure,that may be what your looking for if not,i tried lol

  4. looks pretty awesome,nice work.Something tells me that if you tweaked the opacity and had multiple layers of it and used some blurs,you could make smoke out of the same idea your using there.May be something you wanna try out and see if you can do it.

  5. Welcome to PDN!

    It looks like a good attempt,but first you need to keep this in the appropriate topic,maybe reply it to the tutorial you used or start your own gallery.There's many different things you have to get used to here on the forums,and by reading the following will prevent you from getting your posts locked or deleted and make your stay a lot easier here.Not trying to be rude,im actually trying to help,because if i didn't say this,theres many others that would have.So please read

    The Forum Rules

    http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=3446

  6. Welcome to PDN!

    It looks like a good attempt,but first you need to keep this in the appropriate topic,maybe reply it to the tutorial you used or start your own gallery.There's many different things you have to get used to here on the forums,and by reading the following will prevent you from getting your posts locked or deleted and make your stay a lot easier here.Not trying to be rude,im actually trying to help,because if i didn't say this,theres many others that would have.So please read

    The Forum Rules

    http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=3446

  7. Also if you want to make it in a certain shape or to have more control of the beams,make the shape then use motion blur in the direction you want the beams from and use the desired distance.

    Using motion blur will make the image your motion blurring more faint though so to make it more dense duplicate the layer that the motion blur is on as many times as needed to get the effect you want.After doing this,closer to the object your blurring may look too dense where as the farther away it gets more faint,simply erase parts that are dense on a few layers to thin them out.Also to give it a more in depth look each layer you duplicate to make it more dense you can adjust the opacity to give it a more realistic look.

    Also after you have done the above and have it how you want,but decide you want your beams with a bit of color,duplicate the same initial layer you have been to make the beams before,but before you motion blur,use the silhouette tool

    effects>object>silhouette

    and make it the color you want.Then use motion blur and continue with all the steps above.If you wish to have both white and a color and not have them overlap,drag your colored layer down just alittle bit enough to bring out both colors but not enough to seperate the flow of the beam.

    Its hard to explain,and im sure sometime i'll get around to makeing a tutorial with the way i came up with,but until then maybe you can stumble around with what i just mentioned and see if you get what i mean.

    You can see a small example of this in the 3rd sig in my gallery.

    Good Luck!

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