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I was just wondering if a feature could be enabled in the next build, if not in already.

Okay, so I mainly use the program to create/modify sprites. Anyways, I was wondering, since I turn it off EVERY TIME i log in... Is there a way to keep anti-aliasing disabled, because I hate having to go back in and disable it every single time... It won't stay disabled.

Thanks and hope anyone can help.

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Rings (Extra from Gem Tuts) as requested

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Post subject: Rings (Extra from Gem Tuts) as requested

PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2007 1:40 am

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This Tut is extra bonus from Gem Tut V2 & Gem Tut V1.

And will help you make something like this.

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Ok! Let's Start.

1. On 4 transparent layers using :EllipseTool: Ellipse Tool to draw outlines like in image below.

(Hint: Each Ellipse on a different layer, so you can Move and/or Scale easily).

Flatten Image (Hint: After flatten, you can adjust, move and/or scale the outline image as a whole)

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2. Add new layer, & Move layer down, make shiny metal surface. There are many ways to do this.

I will use :ConicalGradient: Conical Gradient for the tut since it's fast and easy :)

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3. Use Curves to give a better metal feel.

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4. Use Magic Wand on the Outline layer, Then use Invert Selection, Now only the ring part is Active,

Go back to the Gradient layer and use Lens(A=100~150) repeat 1 more time if you feel there is a need to.

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5. Again, using Magic Wand on outline layer to select as below image and go back to gradient layer.

And hit the delete button to erase the selection

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6. Use the same method as above steps to select the inner part of the ring.

Use Brightness/Contrast(B=60,C=20) to make this part brighter.

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7. Use Brightness/Contrast(B=-20,C=50) on the whole ring.

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8. Uncheck or delete Outline layer as you shouldn't be needing it anymore.

Use Feather on Ring Layer, Add a background.

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Done!! :)

Don't forget to put a Gemstone that you learned from My Gem Tut V2 & Gem Tut V1 on the ring. 8)

Ideas, questions & comments welcome.

Note: My image took more steps and adjustments, so keep trying!! :D

And Post your images!!!

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