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TheDiseased2

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PostedApr 04, 2013 8:14 am

Grizzies Sigs

Hahahaha
Got bored. Made a sig. Might be more. Hahaha.



The resolution on it fails badly i got all high res images and it looked fine until i uploaded it oh well first attempt.
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FoIIow

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PostedApr 04, 2013 8:34 pm
I had the same prob the first time I tried making a signature.

Some pointers;

  1. Always make sure you lock the proportions before you resize
  2. Never resize text with the resize tool. Resize it with the resize option in the text menu.
  3. Use a good font.
  4. Save in PNG.


Other then that, keep on feeding your signature creating skills with practice. Look at some tutorials if you want to get better faster.

TheDiseased2

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PostedApr 05, 2013 11:36 pm
FoIIow wrote:
I had the same prob the first time I tried making a signature.

Some pointers;

  1. Always make sure you lock the proportions before you resize
  2. Never resize text with the resize tool. Resize it with the resize option in the text menu.
  3. Use a good font.
  4. Save in PNG.


Other then that, keep on feeding your signature creating skills with practice. Look at some tutorials if you want to get better faster.  


ahhh lol i saved in jpg, thanks for the tip!

steffensclaudia

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PostedApr 06, 2013 2:14 am
TheDiseased2 wrote:
FoIIow wrote:
I had the same prob the first time I tried making a signature.

Some pointers;

  1. Always make sure you lock the proportions before you resize
  2. Never resize text with the resize tool. Resize it with the resize option in the text menu.
  3. Use a good font.
  4. Save in PNG.


Other then that, keep on feeding your signature creating skills with practice. Look at some tutorials if you want to get better faster.  


ahhh lol i saved in jpg, thanks for the tip!  


I mostly save my signatures in Jpeg (High). This does not cause the fade or low quality of your signature. There is no need to save as a png. However it is the best quality, the difference is hardly visible and the file size is much bigger. Just for your information.
I am guessing you saved your image as a low quality jpeg or stretched out your render without keeping proportions.

Clevelandz

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PostedApr 06, 2013 8:27 am
which programme do u use?

FoIIow

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PostedApr 06, 2013 8:45 am
steffensclaudia wrote:
I mostly save my signatures in Jpeg (High). This does not cause the fade or low quality of your signature. There is no need to save as a png. However it is the best quality, the difference is hardly visible and the file size is much bigger. Just for your information.
I am guessing you saved your image as a low quality jpeg or stretched out your render without keeping proportions.  


Yeah, those pointers were based on things I do. Doesn't mean you have to do them as well.
Clevelandz wrote:
which programme do u use?  

I'm guessing he uses gimp.

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PostedApr 06, 2013 9:02 am
FoIIow wrote:
steffensclaudia wrote:
I mostly save my signatures in Jpeg (High). This does not cause the fade or low quality of your signature. There is no need to save as a png. However it is the best quality, the difference is hardly visible and the file size is much bigger. Just for your information.
I am guessing you saved your image as a low quality jpeg or stretched out your render without keeping proportions.  


Yeah, those pointers were based on things I do. Doesn't mean you have to do them as well.
Clevelandz wrote:
which programme do u use?  

I'm guessing he uses gimp.  
How can he get that font?

FoIIow

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PostedApr 06, 2013 9:50 am
Download it manually. Lots of tutorials for that, just google it.

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TheDiseased2

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PostedApr 06, 2013 10:35 am
Lol i used photoshop touch on my phone haha

FoIIow

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PostedApr 06, 2013 10:37 am
TheDiseased2 wrote:
i used photoshop  

Gimp has that same light effect.

TheDiseased2 wrote:
photoshop touch on my phone  

On your phone. o.o

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