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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by gouranga, Dec 16, 2006.
how they done?????
1) This question belongs in the "lounge" section of the forums
2) With software
3) Best software to use to do it is Adope Photoshop with Adobe ImageReady.
Are you looking for a sig? I could probably make you a decent one, I got photoshop c2 if you want me to try for ya.
i was looking for one so can you try
Yea I can, what are you looking for? type of games ect.
i really dont know anything about making sigs... so i just got someone to make one for me
Ill see what I can do, Ill post it in here when Im done.
What happened to Fireworks lol?
i use that
I used to use that but a friend gave me his copy of photoshop from work, so ya know, I cant beat that for free if you only know how much it is in the store lol.
Fireworks MX works also, but you can't do as much with animated layers.
Well Ive priced them online with imageready for around 400-600 US but anyways here ya go, it was just a quicky, dont know how to do animated yet.
Use the code on your sig(put after it, and dont worry, I dont ever delete any of my photobucket stuff.
Or just learn to use torrent's and all your software will be free.
or learn to get cracks so that you dont have to register the beta version of CS3
... and pirated. Not worth it for a sig on a forum, imo.
Theres a CS3 out now? welp time to upgrade, and I know how to use the cracks, thats how mine got registerd, just didnt know how this site took talking about that type of thing. Been kicked out of a few forums for talking about cracks and what not.
I use it for more than just sigs, I use it on almost all my artwork.
yup, beta came out a few days ago, looks pretty nice. haven't played with it a lot, but I'm about to work on a website layout so we'll see how that goes. It works remarkably well in Vista too, fyi. I'll have to get it working on my PowerBook soon, but I like working on websites/graphics on my PC cause of the 19" monitor ^_^. working in 1280x1024 is way better than 1024 x768
same here. or site layouts (like mentioned above) or picture editing.
and next time, edit your previous post instead of double posting, just for your own future info, i know youre new, and you dont look like an idiot like some people here
no need to name names, they know who they are :sick: