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    "yo i got stupid dope moves"
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    chcek out these wall papers i made tell me what you think.

    http://www.geocities.com/imgblur/wallpaper/image1.gif
    http://www.geocities.com/imgblur/wallpaper/image2.gif

    all done in photoshop peace

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    links don't work

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    Originally posted by hacker_guillo
    links don't work
    Remove the http:// part.


    I like them. They look like underwaterfire

    Just don't like the lensflare on image two.

    If you care :
    http://board.flashkit.com/board/show...hreadid=293129

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    very interesting, but why the .gif format? That's not really suited for what you're doing, they'll probably look better working with them as jpgs.

    mg33

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    use jpg's
    the wallpapers i make are saved as jpg's
    currently my wallpapers are featured on
    http://www.echoica.net check them out

    http://www.abusethemind.net will expire soon check it out before it is gone

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    "yo i got stupid dope moves"
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    the hell who cares wut file type i used i just asked if you like the images....

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    ok they suck!

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    Originally posted by cosmoe_one
    the hell who cares wut file type i used
    great attitude, ... hope you have a hard AD one day, that will tune that attitude
    sounds like a real pro adult, mg33 was just trying to give some good tips, things you don't need? had other idea's when i saw your site,... oooh whatever ... go out and read a book .. may help you

    maybe/doubt it



    sven
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    [Edited by snuifkip.com on 04-12-2002 at 03:36 AM]

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    Thanks, snuifkip.com.

    cosmoe-I assume that what you're doing is a hobby, and maybe you're really new at it? Because something tells me if you were skilled in Photoshop and understanding how to work with images you would know why not to use gifs, and thus would never set out to create what you did, for the purpose you created it in .gif format.

    Furthermore, in the future it would be nice to see you take advice that those here whose skills and knowledge allows them to offer such advice provide you, without the reply comments that make you obviously unappreciative of worthwhile advice.

    Thanks.

    mg33

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    mg33 im a little confused now, why would we not chose to use gifs? when i export from fireworks, the default export is always gif format, when i look at what other file types people use for there webpages, its always gif. gif to me seem to be better quality at a smaller file size, care to explain that?

    richard

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    Gif's work well for low color numbers, no images, solid areas of color.

    Jpg's work well for photo type of images, detailed color, gradients, etc.

    Think about it: The gif format was created for web page graphics, not really for web art. Forget about file size comparisons, jpg is what should be used for image art on the internet. The quality is noticably better, and it's not like jpg's are not able to be optimized.

    I'm off to an interview at the moment, but I'll write more later, probably have some info around here somewhere.

    mg33

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