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I need to use a tool in paint that will let me create complex word ballons...with colors and effects like ice,fire ect or shiver cold to show emotion

I also need the point tip of the word balloon to come at an angle so it is smooth and appears to come from the character...

like this10828_1b571faed78d0f24f4c846e498d1fb0b

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Just use those! :-) Magic wand out the background, and paste them in. Resize to taste.

Would this not work?

 

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well yeah i found these in clip art and was going to use em

i guess i can always reverse the position or rotate the balloons

but still wanting an ice looking word balloon :twisted:

magic wand out the background er um well i dont know how to do that..

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Or...draw a lasso selection around the bubble you want and copy/paste it to its own layer, then change the layer blending mode to "Multiply" and fill the white back in on its own layer below the speech bubble.

This way you get no jaggies.

 

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Just use those! :-) Magic wand out the background, and paste them in. Resize to taste.

Would this not work?

He's right. :P

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Or...draw a lasso selection around the bubble you want and copy/paste it to its own layer, then change the layer blending mode to "Multiply" and fill the white back in on its own layer below the speech bubble.

This way you get no jaggies.

Nah, use the awesome Alpha Mask plugin to get rid of the white background.

^Two very good methods. I would use one of those (if you end up using the clip art).

For icy bubbles, I would look at this: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=21239&start=0&st=0&sk=t&sd=a

Hope that's helpful. :)

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Wow! I never saw that....

That's an awesome tutorial, bb00!

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"I wish I had never been born," she said. "What are we born for?"

"For infinite happiness," said the Spirit. "You can step out into it at any moment..."

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If you are trying to make photo comics, may I suggest an awesome software program called Comic Life? It has a full selection of word balloons etc as well as some nice comic fonts...

I use Comic Life to teach basic digital photography (composition, framing etc) and basic image manipulation to Year 7 students in a fun, entertaining way.

You can find this software (free 40-day trial) at http://www.plasq.com/downloads/. To register it as a full version (home use) costs about US$25...

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