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Heh. I need to know if anybody lieks it =O.
 
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Could you recommend any colors? I tried blue and purple, them seem icky, or not to suit.

(If my spelling is pretty damn bad right now, I have just been one a 5-way MSN convo)
 
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I think it's pretty nice, actually. ;o~ I'd use it. 8.5/10 :yes:
 
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I like it actually, but I think you need to tone down a little the shinyness of the stock itself.
Also I don't really agree that the background color needs to be changed. It's good like that.
 
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I agree with Rayna the bg looks good, but what exactly did u try out?
 
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The white border, and drop shadow + transparency.

@Rayna: Will do.
 
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I think it's pretty much fine how it is. Maybe do like Rayna said and tone down the stock's shinyness.

Either way, It still looks cool, I like it. :yes:
 
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Use feather to get rid of some of the visibility of the shadows around the canvas of the image. And work on the blending man, you can do better than that. The rest is wicked though, good luck.
 
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actually looks pretty nice O:
 
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Nice and I did the same thing as you, but how come IE shows the white background? Thats what I don't get.
 
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I think it needs to be saved as Indexed Color (in Photoshop) to appear normal in both IE and FF.
 
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I tried my best to tone down the shinyness. Problem is, is that the original stock is like that.

Also, with the transparancy issue, changing it to Indexed Mode makes the drop shadow look like ****.
 
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Actually I use IE and I do see the shadow drop, in a greenish very light color, but I still see it.
Wasnt that what you meant it to look like?
 

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