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    Adobemedia vs. DaVulf ::: The Best Stuff Ever

    Battle Anyone?

    Rules:
    620x400
    NO rotation
    one color OR element from previouse volley.

    BEST IMAGE EVER:

    This is the best image I have ever made.

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    haha - less than 2 hours man!!! Give. It. Time.

    nice image though. maybe you could've put a light colourered blur behind the text to make it stand out a bit more - but still - nice image

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    Normally I'm not a fan of the diagonal line filter but I think it works alright in this image. You just need to either blur it out with a layer mask to give the image a little rhythm, or change the color of your text so that it does not get absorbed by the scan lines.

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    nice image though. maybe you could've put a light colourered blur behind the text to make it stand out a bit more - but still - nice image
    Thanks matt.

    Normally I'm not a fan of the diagonal line filter but I think it works alright in this image. You just need to either blur it out with a layer mask to give the image a little rhythm, or change the color of your text so that it does not get absorbed by the scan lines.
    I thought about the text just after I posted the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adobemedia
    Thanks matt.


    I thought about the text just after I posted the image.
    I would say that it's not too late man. As strict as some of the members on this website would like to be, don't forget that you're here to grow. Touch up the image a little before anyone else claims a return and we'll continue to critique your hardwork.

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    Sorry guys. I saved as a PNG, so I don't have access to the layers.

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    Ok, Here is a reworked version.
    EDIT: I"m just going to use the top one.
    Last edited by Adobemedia; 05-21-2006 at 11:04 AM.

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    um...not really better. Size the glow more, so it spreads over more area.

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    As said above, it is not possible to create a glow. I don't have any layers.

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    but it is possible to create a new layer, make new texts, then add a glow.

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    thats probably the best thing to do, and also from now on, use layers...it will really help you in tough situtations

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    not only use layers, but always save your working file...and save often. you never know when you're going to have to go back and edit.

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    Now I regret I didn't save PSD.

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    thats probably the best thing to do, and also from now on, use layers...it will really help you in tough situtations
    I did use layers, but when you save to a png you loose your layers.
    Last edited by Adobemedia; 05-23-2006 at 04:00 PM.

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    Dont actually save the whole file as a png. Save the working file as a PSD, and then use "Save for Web" to save another copy as a PNG, JPG, or GIF. That way, you always have the layered PSD file to go back to.

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    Thats what I regreted.

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    Well, I haven't done much lately, so I'll give you a shot Adobe.

    Unfortunately, I don't have tons of time to make some top notch volleys, but I'll give you what I've got.

    Let me know.

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    Well, I couldn't wait for a response, so here it is.

    I hope you guys like it.



    Comments/Crits welcome.

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    Finally, somebody posted an image; I was beginning to think this was going to be a dead battle, real nice return. A beautiful background, good incorporation of the girl, though Id work on the typography, not my favorite type. All in all, a great job

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