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Connor D

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I'm just your average photoshop-messabouter, I would like to get better, but I can't be bothered yet with learning guitar, school, online forums etc etc.

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Th-th-the thats all folks!


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And your question for help is?

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I think he just wanted to share. Pretty neat though. Never learned photoshop myself, just never got into it. Maybe one of these days...
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I'm sure it was a sharing thing, but it makes for unnecessary GTG email in the Inbox for those who subscribe to this forum to render assistance. The photos at least meet the TOU Guidelines although one came close to being too large.

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Either thats some real big toilet paper or a very small snake :)
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Sorry, didn't know there was a size limit, but now that I think I can remember something like 30mb? or 30kb?

I really am terribly sorry, and if it is that much of a nuisance I would be happy to help the board and wouldn't mind if you deleted the thread.

Also, is there a special forum for showing pics etc?

B'cause I don't want to be wasting the mods time when they could be helping people.


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Sorry, didn't know there was a size limit, but now that I think I can remember something like 30mb? or 30kb?

I really am terribly sorry, and if it is that much of a nuisance I would be happy to help the board and wouldn't mind if you deleted the thread.

Also, is there a special forum for showing pics etc?

B'cause I don't want to be wasting the mods time when they could be helping people.


Cheers,
Connor


It's not too large and I think your thread is just fine here.
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Connor D,

From our TOU: Large images in the forums will be automatically resized, but please keep them less than 800x600 pixels.

Just as an FYI.

Also, the description for this forum is

Get creative! Graphic design, logos, photo editing, 3D modeling.


As it says to get creative, I think posting your pictures was fine. I assume that if anyone gave you feedback, you'd be happy to accept it, even if you didn't specifically ask for it, so I think this is an appropriate place to post.
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Thanks for the heads up Sari, and thanks all for the comments :)

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