October 8th, 2003


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08:18 pm - on creating comic books
to people working on the comic with me:

there is now a private community, mcguffincomix for discussing things about the comic we are working on. Ideas and whatnot can be posted there. If you are working on the comic with me, you should have been sent an invite to join the group. People who aren't in the group can't read stuff, so we have a reasonable level of security.

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[User Picture]From: cupcakepirate Date: October 8th, 2003 - 06:46 pm (Link)
I'm sorry that this is irrelevant, but I'm been trying to remember to ask you this for a while: how did you get the background on your friends page to be seamless? (Assuming you use Adobe PS)
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: October 9th, 2003 - 05:20 am (Link)
There was no secret really, I just made sure that the bottom matched up with the top. You'll notice the top of the picture actually starts with half pictures, well, the bottom of it ends with the other half. That's pretty much it. I cut the images on the layers that I wanted across the seam in half and moved the bottom part up to the top.
[User Picture]From: cupcakepirate Date: October 9th, 2003 - 08:07 am (Link)
Ah, that seems obvious enough. I seem to recalls somebody tell me some adobe function for that. Thanks though! :)
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: October 9th, 2003 - 08:25 am (Link)
well, there is an offset function that kinda does that, but I didn't use it. What i did was actually fairly simple.
 

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