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TopHATslash

How to: Wrapped Glow'y Line [From my Joker sig]

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Love it, and came out really good for my two fav cars in the world:

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car2.jpg

And the one from the tut:

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EDIT:

I realized mine kinda look like ribbons... XD

I really, really, really like the pics you made with your favourite cars, well done ! :-P

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Absolutely love this effect, and so easy to do (i am still clueless about PdN) Only thing i can't figure out is how to keep the colour in the glow. I wanna put a halo on a picture of my gf for a bit of fun. Played around with the ellipse tool but it looks daft in glowing white, i want it in yellow :)

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i can't do the curve part the other members their curves is great

First of all, check that you are using the line tool for the curve and not your sketch

Second, try drawing the entire set of curves as one, connecting several curves end to end in a way that makes it all look like one curve (no corners). When you are done with that, erase the parts that will be behind your object.

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omgbubblerevolution.cry.png so whenever i try to merge down layers i cant get my color. the line stays white, i followed the steps excactly, even redid it. what am i doing wrong, i can never get my original color to show up, please helpbubblerevolution.sadtard.png

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Anyone got a copy of this tut with the images? They seem to have died :(

Edit: Thanks to mottoman for the images. Restored all except for TopHATslash's joker sig.

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