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    Photoshop - Horizontal Lines

    I was wondering how you could add horizontal lines to images like this one did using Photoshop:


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    Here's a tutotrial to do "scan lines"

    http://www.phong.com/tutorials/scan/

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    Its one of the easy things in Photoshop to do. I like it though it makes something look really professional

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    i agree with Forlorn. Scan lines make an image look good. or u can even put it as proffesional.

    BTW, that's a good tutorial, but well here's the esaier way -

    create a new file, about 10x5 pixels. now zoom in and draw the two lines u need for scan lines and give them the colors. then goto edit>> Define patter and save the pattern. now open the document and goto Edit >>Fill and select the pattern. then get it in the background(or reduce its opacity) and placy with it..

    i think that's an easier way,

    ruchir

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    Thumbs up

    I found a good filter tool for making scan lines here.

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    Originally posted by Forlorn
    Its one of the easy things in Photoshop to do. I like it though it makes something look really professional
    I agree. They're great for making a site look professional. It doesn't have to be corporate looking, though...that's the great thing.

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