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  1. ...One Two One One One One Two Two One A demon...
  2. Oh WHOOPS. I Love it. The use of the circles, the color effects, and the line designs for the sand really are amazing. It is sharp here and there, but overall, great work. I agree, just wonderful
  3. ......I killed your cat. You win some, you lose.....
  4. hmm, I haven't been on the PDN forums in a while. I see that some of the E-motes have turned egg shaped. 8) Unedited Edited
  5. Also I am sorry about shouting and making the Pictures too big. I just wanted to keep it simple(I shouted because I didn't want to seem as if I didn't know)
  6. Oh I am Sorry I forgot to tell you because it got left out of the picture, turn off the lights.
  7. ok, I finished it, It may not be as flashy, but it gets the job done. viewtopic.php?f=31&t=28637 <<>>
  8. Hello, This is my first tut so I hope it goes well. I have searched this a little bit and saw that many lazer beam, or ray tutorial. Here I am going to show you how to crate a power orb. First of all I would like to say I am going to be using some content from viewtopic.php?f=31&t=27001 What you will be needing: Shape3D Dents (In this case you might want to install the whole pack) and If you don't know how to install plugins check out This thread on how to install plugins Well here we go. Step One: Open up a new file . The standard 800x600 will do. Now take the paint bucket :PaintBucketTool: and paint it black. Its so you can see the orb later. REMEMBER !!: always keep the Black Background separate or there WILL be dire consequences! Step Two: Make a new layer :AddNewLayer: and pick a color for you power orb. (I HIGHLY recommend that you DON'T use white. It doesn't make it as fun.) Now take the line tool :LineCurveTool: size 16, and make lines. Make them Curvy Step Three: Copy the Layer with the lines. :DuplicateLayer:. Now use Adjustments> Black and White on the new layer. Awesome. Now go to Adjustments> Brightness/Contrast now set it to 100, 100. Lookin Good. Step Four: On the white lines Go to Effects>Blurs>Gaussian Blur :GaussianBlur: set it too, lets say 8. Now go to the underlying colored lines and set the Gaussian Blur :GaussianBlur: to 18. Sweet. Now goto Effects>Photo>Glow :Glow: set that to 6,6,10. Now Crash(Merge) :MergeDown: the two line layers together. REMEMBER !!: always keep the Black Background separate or there WILL be dire consequences! You should have something like this so far Step Five: Use the Dents plugin on the combined line layer. Goto Effects>Distort>Dents. For the General : 36, 63, 2 Detail: 31, 34, 13 Stretch: 28, 0 and Edge Behavior: Original. Now you should have some crazy thing like this Step Six: Now we make it an orb goto Effects>Render>Shape3D Use the Full Sphere Function. You can change it to any way you want to see the energy lines. [EDIT]: Sorry Almost Forgot When Making The sphere. Turn of the both lights Step Seven: Bask in you Awesome Glory, Be warned this great power comes with great responsibility. I would like to see your results 8) Soon in the Future I will post on making the Orb with a glowing centre inside of the orb. Enjoy, God Bless Bloc Party
  9. Awesome thanks. I got the lines right. and i used dents. But how should I make it into an orb? Shape3D?
  10. Well I was wonder how to make an energy sphere. I'n entirely sure it can be can on paint.net. I would like to see someone try. I too will be attempting to make this and will post a tutorial if I can. here is a link to the Photoshop Tutorial http://www.developertutorials.com/blog/ ... oshop-119/ any useful given help will be greatly appreciated.
  11. woo I just got my AVATAR done. [thought it needs some work]
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