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Small problem, help is appreciated :D

Discussion in 'Art 101' started by Mishin, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. Mishin Hyperactive Ninjahhh.

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    Hiii everybody :D
    well. I'm pretty much a total n00b when it comes to photoshop, soo I was wondering if somebody could give me a little bit of help.
    Most people know the site deviantART right? Well currently I'm making myself a deviantID & I don't want there to be any background. Meaning, the site itself is a greyish color, & I want my drawing to have the exact same color. Does this mean I need to make it transparent? And if so, how do I do that?

    Sorry if it's a little confusing, & also a total n00b question -.-
     
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  2. MgS Norway

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    Use bac5ba as background color.. that is the exact same color as the one on deviant art, I think... It may be 92a399 too.. I dont use deviant art so I dunno where that DeviantID appears :)
     
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  3. Samuru IR L33T N1NJ4

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    Yeah you have to remove the background, and save as .gif or .png.
    If you use firefox, .png files are transparant too, in IE, they don't ( I wonder why).
    If you save as either of these files, save them with "Save as.."
    and not, I repeat: NOT "Save as web.."
     
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