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Does anyone know of any filters or tutorials I can use in order to make text look like it's dripping....kind of like a drippy marker tag. I've been trying to figure it out for about 2 days now.

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Why dont you just put some lines comming down that are the same colour as the font?! seems quite straight foward, I dont see why you need a filter to do it.

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yeah...i could do that, but i want it to look realistic. i'm afraid that might look like i drew them on. i'll give it a try though.

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ok from top of my dome...

1 type in the text.. (add layer, maybe?)

2 flip that bitch so its in a vertical position..

3 add some wind effect...

4 flip it back to the same position..

5 fuck around with the lightning effects..

 

there im not sure if its what ya're lookin for.. and i know i skipped mad steps...

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seems like as good a thread as any to post my prob, but any who... i use PS 5.5... and when i save for the web, a lot of times, people's computers don't recognize it.. it's a jpeg, but it doesn't see the format. in aim and thumbnail viewers, it comes up as a red x... is it just because it's an older version, or what?

 

thanks

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i've encountered similar probs, but i don't know exactly what i did to correct them, it was a long time ago...instead of jpegs, try gifs or bmp's.

other than that, i don't know what to tell you

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you save it as a websafe gif file?

-I would guess that rather than your program, its what browsers people are using to view the image that would conflict with it.

-I am slightly confused but I save for web often....(which I assume you mean the save for web option) as a gif, and it works usually with all browsers. But Ive had problems in the past with some images not being viewed by people.

 

I guess I would try to save it as a .gif

 

-good luck.

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yeah, the save for web option... but it also lets you save as a jpeg, which are ussually smaller than gifs w/ the stuff i work with.. and i've ran into the prob a couple times... even some of my own newer software has trouble recognizing it.

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Originally posted by Vanity

heh, so you replied to lemme know you can't help? :P

 

any luck w/ them audio progs? ;)

 

 

yeah, i did a baaaa thing by replying to let you know that i couldn't help...haha i was sleepy. which proggies did you want, iforget...i just all around suck this month, eh?

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Originally posted by casekonly

baaaa

 

the main thing i wanted was reason... a recent version of soundforge would be cool too... or if you have some other high ends tuff thatyou'd think would be cool, i'd appreciate it

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ok..i have a current version of soundforge, nuendo and the 5.1 mastering plugin..also have the plug for soundforge that retailed at 80k..it's a dolby digital 5.1 encoder. word. i can pretty much get or haev wahtever you might be looking for ina studio proggy. cubase, all the steinberg plugs, etc., etc...

i'm going to start working ona short film tomorrow. should be fun on my lame ass computer.

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fuck all the eye candy replies, zestos was the most on point, i would suggest playing with the "liquify" tool, thats what its there for right? that in combo with the phong tut might make something worthwhile

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sounds good... how does wed. morning sound for the transaction?

 

 

and can anyone help me w/ this photoshop prob?

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