lovely images, thumbs up!
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lovely images, thumbs up!
Being a Lego fan myself, that's very neat!!!
Yes, the toon doodle is celebrating with a toast (drinkable as you already noticed), but actually he is just drowning his sorrows due to the fact that there aren't new features for artists who just...
Hip Hip Hooray! New version of Xara Designer is here!
It's been a while since I created a rubber duck image - I'm trying to avoid making my ducks one trick pony. Here's one (duck, not pony) who is really lost in the fog.
It's 188.8.131.5280 DL Oct 7 2011
The crash always occur when I resize the fractal plasma while NOT dragging the handles, no matter what file or zoom value. I have not had the time to test it on Win 7, only Win Vista 64-bit. See my...
OK, here comes a minitutorial on how to create your own Xara Denim in ten easy steps. But before you start, a word of warning: Save often! There's a bug in latest Xara Designer that makes Fractal...
Don't mind at all! I think you got a very nice soft denim design here. If the round part is meant to be a flap then it OK, but if it is a pocket then I think your shadow is a bit off. I especially...
My jeans are stone washed :)
The font looks like some kind of Garamond except the 'R'.
The frame is easy to create: Put circles in each corner and subtract.
Not wanting to start a flame war or something, but I was intrigued by the image seen in this thread where some Adobe Illustrator tutorials were presented.
As Xara Designer doesn't have a roughen...
What is the easiest way to open/import SVG files in Xara Designer Pro?
It's funny you can export as SVG but I cannot find SVG format when importing graphics.
My current workaround is to open...
PS (as in Photoshop CS4)
Here's a pretty quick way to do it photoshop.
Mine is kind of a self portrait too, my gnurf character as a painting artist... my cartoonish alter ego, even though I see myself more of an illustrator.
Another great stereogram! Thumbs up and a Facebook like :-)
Nice work! Next thing to learn is lighting: Put one (or two) additional lights to achieve greater realism, even with simplistic designs like this.
If it's really faded you can bring back details by cloning (Ctrl-K) the photo and apply Stained glass transparency.
Gary, try working on a Mac and you see the difference :-) I also used the argument that the computer is just a tool and you get more bang for the bucks when buying a Win-PC and Macs are just good...
If you want to save som money, you could also try VirtualBox for free instead of Parallels.
Don't worry Gary! The tutorial is excellent, it's just that most people just don't find live copies useful... Next time I make a tutorial about naked chics! That always works :-)
:) I'll probably post more frequently now when I got a new Xara Designer to play with