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    How to do this effect?

    http://www.djtees.com/tshop/store/vi...idProduct=1689

    Like this image and pretty much every one on djtees.com

    How can i add this effect to photos and graphics.

    Thanks

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    thats a cool site, new how to to do most of them, but it can stir some new ideas on how to do some effects, I really enjoyed the pixel shadow, even though its simple, its creative, I'd never seen that effect before. Could anyone tell me what font that is thats used in that tutorial?

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    Great site mandozza, never seen it before, thanks.

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    A lot of tutorials are good but some could be better. The motion for the car could of looked a little better. Did a great job on the wheels but he should of covered the outer parts if you really want to make a car look super nice with it The game box had a lot of bad edges and the text wasn't vectorized so if you zoom in on it you will see a lot of jagged edges. Its looks nice and some are really good particalar the scan lines one. I give the site a C

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    From it's CSS:

    font-family: Tahoma, Arial, Verdana;

    font-size: 10px;

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    umm, are you in the right thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandozza
    very good tutorials! thanks for pointing it out

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    good 1
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    i like robouks collection although it hasnt been updated for quit some time. Anyone know what the deal is with that?

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    Wow, cool technique in Photoshop...didn't know about that...great link mandozza!

    One thing I've done in the past with some success is to actually go into Illustrator and use the pen tool to trace shapes. I break these shapes down into 2 or 3 "levels," a shadow level (darker color), a midtones level (the main color), and highlights (a lighter tone). Works pretty well, and I feel in control of the feel of the piece (even though it is fairly time consuming)...here's a quick example of something I did in Illustrator:

    http://www.cafeshops.com/fivesevenfive.7252444?zoom=yes#zoom

    I'm going to experiment with that PS technique, though.

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