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PostPosted: Sat May 02, 2009 11:32 am 
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Anyone here need help with blending or help with making a signature , let me know .

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Nice siggies.

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awsome work.
emm how did u blend it soo neatly cuz whenever i do...the lines are shown so..how did u do it?


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you did a great job on your blends... :D


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blushpink13 wrote:
awsome work.
emm how did u blend it soo neatly cuz whenever i do...the lines are shown so..how did u do it?


@AngelKisses thanks they were all made with LunaPic :D

@blushpink13 there's a trick that I have discovered while using the blending tool , I had the same problem as you did at first so what I found out was try using backgrounds that are closer in color or textures it works best for me at least and also I never put one picture on top of the other it just doesn't work , overlay the picture about 1/2 to 2inches at the end of the first picture then blend the two together . Soften it later to give the smooth look . I hope that helps ? Here's a few more that I made before :)

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