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(no subject) [Sep. 29th, 2011|10:45 am]
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offbeat_upbeat
My Newest Brushes!


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(no subject) [Nov. 30th, 2009|12:41 pm]
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animatorer
Hi guys!
Can you check our work please?

Thank you!
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(no subject) [Jul. 26th, 2009|11:00 am]
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crazygirly421
I JUST downloaded Adobe Photoshop. I'm looking for a tutorial to help with the very basics like changing a picture into a 100x100 icon without the picture looking stretched and contorted.
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Help please! [Jul. 25th, 2009|12:18 pm]
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galefan4ever
**If this cannot be posted here, I do apoloigize. Please delete if need be.**

i was wondering if anyone would like to take a last minute project?? i have tried to help my sister with something but the truth is i am not photoshop savvy and my creativity is just shot to hell right now.

she has an assignment, a mock advertising project that needs to be completed by Tuesday. She knows what she wants she just cant implement it.

so if someone would be so kind as to help me i would greatly appreciate your efforts. Below i have written what she is looking for and what direction she needs to take.

This is for the womans version of Axe. It needs to be transformed in something seductive, sexy, sensual and attractive for women.

It needs to be dark but it needs to incorporate colors such as hot pink or firey red or calming blue.

the bottle needs to read "AXEY" instead of AXE.

The caption also needs to read:
"It's not a body spray. It's not a perfume. It's Axey"

In the cut are two photos. One is a pic of several axe bottles that have a couple of colors that can be mimicked. The other is a lone bottle that can be used for the ad.

Thank you all so very much!!!!

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(no subject) [May. 21st, 2009|06:33 am]
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not_kosher
Are there any professional photographers in NYC? Please drop a comment!
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The Friday X-post [Apr. 3rd, 2009|10:38 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Mar. 27th, 2009|12:30 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Mar. 20th, 2009|07:30 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Mar. 13th, 2009|10:39 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Mar. 6th, 2009|07:37 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Feb. 27th, 2009|07:31 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Feb. 20th, 2009|12:28 pm]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Feb. 13th, 2009|01:28 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Feb. 6th, 2009|12:54 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post ("Suck on that, Squarehead!" Edition) [Jan. 30th, 2009|11:52 am]
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ninjaguydan
This Week's Stuff. Invite the kids, clergy and co-workers!Collapse )
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The Friday X-post [Jan. 23rd, 2009|11:44 am]
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ninjaguydan
Totally Worksafe, invite the boss and the clergy to come look!Collapse )
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The Friday X-Post [Jan. 16th, 2009|12:07 am]
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ninjaguydan
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The Friday X-post [Jan. 9th, 2009|09:50 am]
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ninjaguydan
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Drop-Down Menu in GoLive Component Page [Jan. 8th, 2009|11:12 am]
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kritof
I'm creating a website in GoLive, using a component page for the menu, which will appear on every content page. There will be at least 50 pages. So when the menu needs editing, making changes to each page separately is not an option. Creating and customizing the menu in the component page is easy enough. I am using a found javascript to create drop-downs as well.

The problem I'm having is when using the menu as a GoLive component. When I edit the component, save and go back to the index page, the menu acts strangely and duplicates itself, putting an extra one at the bottom of the page. I don't know why it's doing this, and the problem is very frustrating. Could the component menu be too complicated? Could there too many nested div's and GoLive is getting confused? I have done this successfully many times before, but never with javascript drop down's. Could that be causing my error?

Please let me know if you've had any similar problems. I really need help with this issue. Thanks!
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The Friday X-post (Final Edition of 2008) [Dec. 26th, 2008|01:07 am]
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ninjaguydan
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