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brett5150

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Hey everyone,

Sorry I haven't been around any of the boards lately, but school and my job have really taken up all my time....

Anyway, right now in my computer graphics class we have to design a professionally looking cd cover. I decided to do James Taylor, but I am having some trouble matching the look of an object with a font.

As you can see by the picture below, James Taylor's signature, (which is an object, not text) has a blue outline to it, while the words "Greatest Hits" Don't. I have been trying my hardest, but nowhere have I found a way to change the color (or size) of the boarder for text.

Any help in matching this image (the signature), with the font ("Greatest Hits") would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks, Brett

PS: Any other advise on the image would also be helpful!

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if you don't have the original unflattened psd file, there's nothing you can do on this picture since the signatures is quite large. You'll have to edit pixel by pixel which is practically impossible.
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I have the original unflattened psd file, if that helps.....

Thanks,


Brett
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