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Tutorial JH1stGen's Round Edge

Discussion in 'Art 101' started by Jh1stgen, Oct 8, 2006.

  1. Jh1stgen Active Member

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    Ok~ I have been getting questions how to make a round edge avatar~ So boys and gurls, today's ur lucky day (not really lol! xD )

    If i had to rate the hardness of this tutorial out of 10 .. i would say 2 (seriously)~ It isnt hard ...

    And if you would like to see more of giffies by me, or giffies in general done by other people~ Check out the General Avatar Gif Thread : LINK

    Spoiler: Step 1


    Basically starts off where u got the pictures from window movie maker/other program, and open it into PS! Then put all the pictures into 1 file, and put em layers after layers~ After that, you compress the size to whatever u want!


    Spoiler: Step 2




    In the tool bar, click on "rounded rectangle tool." And use it to make one that u want the avatar to be the size of


    Spoiler: Step 3



    Press "ctrl+left click on the mouse" to select the shape of the rounded rectangle shaped layer!


    Spoiler: Step 4



    Go to "Select," then click "Inverse"

    After u have done that ... make sure all the layers are at visible, and press delete to delete the edge of the pictures~


    Spoiler: Step 5



    After u have done that, click "inverse" again


    Spoiler: Step 6



    Go to edit, and find "stroke."
     
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  2. Jh1stgen Active Member

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    Spoiler: Step 7



    U want it centre, and at width of 3~ Pick any color u want!


    Spoiler: Step 8 (Final)



    Spoiler: Result


    Well ... see it wasnt that hard xD :dance
     
  3. defrule S Class Ninja

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    Some questions, how did you import all the images into different layers? I keep getting them opening as different files and can't find a function for it.
     
  4. skmt999 4th Division Captain

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    defrule - you have to copy-paste each new layer into a 'new layer' in photoshop. That's right, select-all-copy image#2 and go back to image#1 and press 'paste'. It should paste itself into a second layer. If not... you should probably stick to requesting your avy's for a while.

    Nice tut, JH1stGen! Stroke is a beautiful thing. ^_^
     
  5. Jh1stgen Active Member

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    Oh! Seems like i was beat to the punch ^_^;; ~ But Yeah ~ That is basically how you do it =Pp

    Sankyu for the compliment skmt :glomp
     
  6. Hitotsumami Hahahahahahah!

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    Very nice. I might use this now.
     
  7. Sasoriza faиGυяL

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    >.<
    ...i dun have the rounded rectangle thing..
     
  8. Jh1stgen Active Member

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    What kind of program do u use to do GFX then?
     
  9. Hoon ♥ Wave

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    why didnt i see this sooner :shakefist
     
  10. Shirozaki d a r k a b y s s

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    When I reach to the delete part, there comes this message that says, "Could not complete your request because the content of the layer is not directly editable."

    =/
     
  11. Snoopy All things cute and fuzzy

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    hm. usefull...i use it next time i make a gif
     
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