Anyway, I have this extremely annoying problem with CS2. Whenever I import an image or even just colour using the brush tool it's like theres lots small dots, and it really throws me off. Weird thing is when I go to save for web the dots aren't visible.
Does anyone know if maybe I need to tweak the settings or something?
my upper frame border is not straight ( im not intend to make it straight).
You see, its not clear or neat and i wanna make neat and dark.
Can anyone explain in a noob way coz im not very good in Photoshop (just started learning).
Last edited by vcur100; June 04, 2007 at 03:30 AM.
Use the line tool and make it as big as you did for your strait lines. Then take that and bring it over your border; making sure that your line is the closest to the inside of the border that you can get. Now either do a fill, or a make selection and fill (doesn't really matter, I usually do a regular fill though). Now when you go to remove the old borders, you will have the new one left.
Although, it looks like the top and bottom borders are supposed to be strait, but they warped. It's easier to tell if you use an actual page though.
i am new here.... and not familiar with the icons of the adobe photoshop, where can i find the cloning tools? i need it in order to edit the phrases outside the text bubbles which is near the character drawing like this one
i want to edit the above phrases near the character's head <outside text bubles>
Followed the guide, tried pngcrush, sure the file size was changed dramatically, for the better.
However pngcrush did not fix the "darker shade" issue from the PNG-8 format (the guide gave the same gray darkened tone). Too bad, since he insists on the pngcrush software to fix the "quote: 'including gamma information that Photoshop will likely write incorrectly, making the png too dark. After running pngcrush the png won't be too dark any more.'"
Are your images in grayscale or RGB? I'd guess they're in RGB atm and changing them to grayscale does it regardless. Just convert to grayscale, ease up on the leveling a bit and it should work out fine. Also, I recommend advpng, it's part of the advcomp package, you can get it here.
Edit: And in regards to zipping it, a deflate algorithm is built into the format of png, so any gains in compression will generally be nominal. Also, RAR's will usually have a few k smaller(compared to zip) filesize, presumably due to a more efficient header.
Last edited by illiteracy; August 16, 2007 at 09:03 PM.