Self-adoration (avatar-wise)

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    Originally posted by gamegod3001
    I put the flag in the backround.

    any one know of a basic image minipulation program so I can fix my avatar. (gimp requies a two button mouse)

    I been using paint and coverting it but I don't like doing that.
    My guess is you can't with a basic art program; you need
    something more sophisticated like Macromedia Fireworks 4.
    I believe you can get a trial version off of their site. That would
    at least allow you, maybe, to do what you want to do. I have
    a suite of Macromedia products on cd that will knock your
    sox off. Send me a pm if you're interested. I offer this only
    because I'm impressed with the creativeness you've
    demonstrated with your avater.

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    Originally posted by rick barclay


    My guess is you can't with a basic art program; you need something more sophisticated like Macromedia Fireworks 4. I believe you can get a trial version off of their site. That would at least allow you, maybe, to do what you want to do. I have a suite of Macromedia products on cd that will knock your sox off. Send me a pm if you're interested. I offer this only because I'm impressed with the creativeness you've demonstrated with your avater.

    rick barclay
    Rick you misunderstood me. If you look at the right side of mario's hat you will notice some errors in the flag. (baisicly white spots) also I had to enlarge the white area on mario's had. So it looks funny. I need a way to recolor the picture without having to use paint and converting it.

    Thanks for the admiration for the avatar, and I'll Pm you latter. (I want to read the rest of GD board threads first)
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    No hiurry

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    RISE! YANK!___MER!!!

    If you look at the right side of mario's hat you will notice some errors in the flag.
    Wield your programming sword! [er, your keyboard...] program an anti-aliasing routine so you can shrink a larger, more detailed image...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    >Wield your programming sword! [er, your keyboard...] program an anti-aliasing routine so you can shrink a larger, more detailed image... <

    But first I requre a time machine in order to learn how to do that, since I spend to much time on these boards.


    Related though before loosing my Internet connection I had download sunlights tutorials. So I read those, does any one know of some more.
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