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Hello,

 

thank you all so much... this looks great.

 

@yellowman:

 

Would you please be so kind to give me a litte step-by-step tutorial to do this...Please !!!

 

This is exactly what I was looking for....

 

I would love it to use such kind of text-style on my website.

 

I would really appreciate it.....

 

Thank you so much...

 

With kind regards...

 

Paintdotstarter...

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Hello Yellowman,

 

I have tried this tutorial:

 

http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/19656-how-to-create-inset-text-in-paintnet/

 

And that's the result:

 

But I think that looks bad... sorry.. that's not what I want....

 

Sorry....

 

 

Yours looks so great....

 

A Video only Tutorial would be awesome.....

 

Thank you...

 

Paintdotstarter

 

 

 

 

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Hello Yellowman,

 

there is nothing to say sorry for....

 

I am just happy.. that you did the video... THANK YOU SO MUCH.....

 

Unfortunately... I won't be able to test it in the next hours... but I have to work ;-).... I ll try it by myself in the next few days.. and I 'll present the result asap.

 

Thanks for the help... I really appreciate it....

 

With kind regards

 

Paintdotstarter....

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  • 3 weeks later...

Hello,

 

I have a problem..  I wanted to you use the Inset Text effect with my background image (attached)... but I am too stupid to get the Text in the color red or Blue over my background Image... I just get it in black... also the shade around my image... changes also.. I hope you understand what I mean...

 

I am really thankful for any advice.

 

With kind regards...

 

Paintdotstarter....

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My suggestion is to darken slightly the background, to enhance the highlighting/shadowing effect on the edges of the text.

Double the size of the image and work from there, so you have better control/sharpness on the text, then resize it down to the original after flattening the layers.

 

Quick try:

 

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