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[Tutorial] Make a Maxie's Signature Style

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Great work Maxie! I'll be bookmarking this tutorial. Thanks!¬†ūüĎć

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If you are using Photoshop you can use the slice tool to make it a little easier to split the image into different parts. The slice tool is in the right click menu on the crop tool (shortcut c).

 

There are two ways you can use the slice tool. The easiest is to draw a rectangle around your trophy card (after you've done all your bg graphics) and photoshop will automatically split the canvas into different sections for you. This is handy but it's not the most intuitive as it sometimes creates more sections than necessary.

 

Using the slice tool the other way is very similar to cropping the image only you can see the boundaries of each section clearly before you save it.

 

The slice tool also lets you save each section as an individual image if you use the "Save for web and devices" option in the File menu instead of the normal save function. When you save it this way it will create a folder in the place you want with each of the images named "mynewsig_01.png" "mynewsig_02.png"

 

 

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YO LEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!! :wave:

19 minutes ago, mumpel said:

If you are using Photoshop you can use the slice tool to make it a little easier to split the image into different parts. The slice tool is in the right click menu on the crop tool (shortcut c).

 

There are two ways you can use the slice tool. The easiest is to draw a rectangle around your trophy card (after you've done all your bg graphics) and photoshop will automatically split the canvas into different sections for you. This is handy but it's not the most intuitive as it sometimes creates more sections than necessary.

 

Using the slice tool the other way is very similar to cropping the image only you can see the boundaries of each section clearly before you save it.

 

The slice tool also lets you save each section as an individual image if you use the "Save for web and devices" option in the File menu instead of the normal save function. When you save it this way it will create a folder in the place you want with each of the images named "mynewsig_01.png" "mynewsig_02.png"

 

 

 

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Nice tutorial, thanks x3 might try this later!

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And done :awesome:

 

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On 2017-04-11 at 1:17 AM, Zanreo said:

And done :awesome:

 

 

Good! :D¬†Enjoy your new signature!¬†ūüĎć

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Btw @mumpel I added your tip into the guide. Thanks, I'll try it out sometime soon. :D

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