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Ok so i have had an obsession of recreating people's sigs in the past month. (My current one somewhat shamely looks like ransengans). So i thought "i wonder if someone could recreate my sig". And then the person after that and so on. Suddenly the idea of an Overflow game came to mind.


1. Post moderate to easy sigs. Then people wont spend hours on them or just give up, and you end up with a dead thread.

2. Not every post is an entry. That means people can comment on their repplicated sig or on another persons replication

3. Dont enter your sig without recreating someone elses. If you enter your sig, expect to get yours replicated.

4. No custom brushes allowed. If your sig contains major custom brushes, dont post. It will be way too hard to download the brush and so on

5. Unless its an easily recogniazable font, fonts dont matter. Dont dis other sigs because they dont have the same font.

So get started. Start with mine

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Hi LJXD (or should I say, my twin!)! I won't replicate your sig because Paint.Net is screwed up on my computer right now, but I just want to say that this is a great idea for an overflow topic! Check your PMs so we can keep in touch. :D

P.S. No one has to replicate my sig because I was just commenting, but you're welcome to do so!

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Here is a replication attempt of your old sig (I was almost done and you changed it, I wasn't about to let that go to waste!) Here it is:


Here is a sig for you to replicate as its easier that my current one:



"Confusion is the welcome mat at the door of creativity." -Michaul Gelb

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Actually I didn't use a zoom blur. I wanted to turn the exploding planet tut into text. That was what I got. http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=2792

The mud I used

I believe I did all the steps the same. Step 15 leave Saturation at default change to Hue to get different colors for the "light".

And yes that was what I did for the linked picture.

And I have no idea what I am doing. I just started plying with graphic design about a week ago when I found and downloaded this program. I have just been playing with tuts and plugins.

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