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  1. Neither of those words fit. And typing that sentence was actually faster .
  2. It's a nice picture, but the background kinda seems distorted. Good effects. ___ http://musiphonix.deviantart.com/#/d4sdu0x It's my current desktop background. I'm not reposting the description, really cannot be bothered at the moment (how lazy of me).
  3. I just spent 4 hours recording a live stream for a few friends. It's only when I watched it back did I remember that the microphone had caught fire the previous day (and didn't work). My friends don't like me any more (at least I have the PDN community...).
  4. My attempt is as follows: Yes, clearly I did fiddle with some things. Click the thumb nail for a larger image (1000x1000). ___________________________________________________________________________ The tutorial? Brilliant, not the easiest to play around with but still great. You get an:
  5. Is my attempt (click to enlarge). I call it "Holy Reactor". What a brilliant tutorial, because you can apply other creative steps to make it more awesome. I give you 10/10 .
  6. is confused and bored. He's looking for inspiration.

  7. Hello is the worst way to start an introduction. I'm Musiphonix. I see my life through a T.V, I consistently review it. Whenever I forget to do this, you notice (posting discussion in a voting thread). I'm slowly increasing my post count. Goodbye.
  8. I have nearly 700 plugins for PDN, and yes, it was a real crab (uh-huh) to download them all. It takes quite a while to open PDN buuuut..... What ever you want to do (with a picture), there's a (plugin) for it.
  9. I had the same problem, the way I got around it was: 1. Use the magic wand tool to select the black area. 2. Use the "Outline Selection" plugin and fiddle about with the width. 3. Use alpha mask to remove the remaining black.
  10. I have no idea what this is or how to do it. I'd say skip it, it makes no visible difference (look at my results, I skipped that whole black layer step).
  11. I'm new to the forums but, here we go: Created in spare time, couldn't do it again (can't remember the colours used).
  12. Did it again but with a more complex image: The object featured in the current Musiphonix logo. Only one thing... I can't decide which is better: The one without Soften portrait; Or this one with Soften Portrait; Which one's better?
  13. I did it! The image used as the "Shape" is my creation as well. Great tutorial! PS. The step that uses the feather plugin. There's a much easier way of doing it: 1. Use the magic wand tool to select the black area. 2. Use the "Outline Selection" plugin and fiddle about with the width. 3. Use alpha mask to remove the remaining black. I say this is easier, but that's just my personal preference.
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