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    New sig

    heres my new one and probably my best
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    the cuts are looking alittle better!

    what tool do u use for the cuts?
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    getting better on the cuts bro...keep working at it :wink:
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    much better



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jt0323
    the cuts are looking alittle better!

    what tool do u use for the cuts?
    i use the eraser and zoom in at 400%.i use gimp which has impressed me.i like using it.if you dont want to spend money download gimp.its awsome
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    another one
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorsaroll156

    cut outs getting better get as close as you can and take your time with each cut nothing needs to be rushed. Im getting pretty good on cutouts my self...just font and lighting efx are my biggest problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorsaroll156
    u have to work on your text man
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    One trick I have learned on cuts is not to erase the main image, but rather use a new layer and color what you want cut-out with a bright color. Turning th transparency to 50% will let you see the image. When you are done, just select your color and switch to the image layer and copy and paste.
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