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#61 User is offline   firefox 

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Posted 18 June 2007 - 12:00 PM

Hi how are you ?
I have a problem following the tutorial .
My problem is in the step 1 with "start off with your logo" , i couldn't do that because every time i open a image i don't have any space under it , i mean if the image size is 200*200 then the work space will be 200*200 and i can't do anything with it , so please can you explain to me how to get started ?
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#62 User is offline   Pixkid 

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Posted 22 June 2007 - 04:53 PM

Awesome. Always wanted to learn this.
pixkid@macmini~$ open -a Gimp.app
bash: you want fries with that
pixkid@macmini~$ echo No thank you, I am on a diet.
bash: you make me feel unloved with your excuses
pixkid@macmini~$ echo What? Are you insinuating that I do not eat your food? When did shells ever execute commands relevant to cooking?
bash: shells duh ever think of seafood
pixkid@macmini~$ echo No fair, stop searching puns, you have Lynx and Google to use!
bash: ugh you humans are so annoying
bash: logout

[Process completed]
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#63 User is offline   uoflchick45 

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 05:48 PM

Thanks for this tutorial. I had tried reflections before with other tutorials, but I feel like your's really explain it a lot better :)

Here's my attempt:

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--UofLChick

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Thanks for the Gift Seeping_Blood!
http://i159.photobuc...o/butterfly.png
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#64 User is offline   Tickle 

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Posted 20 September 2007 - 10:57 PM

Very nice, simple tutorial. The hardest part was finding something to use. I ended up trying this on an old CS:S spray.

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I found as the image was rather tall I had to alter the perspectives to make it look right, and added a blur just for effect.
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