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Comment: Rock 'n' Roll
By: Kim
Checked out at: July 09, 2001
Checked in at: July 10, 2001
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maxtuckett
Very nice.
I was wondering how someone was going to merge my funky wallpaper,
nice job.

I likes it.
maxtuckett
'cept
except there is a hard line of grey where guitar insides meet my floor,
hmm,
other than that,
I think it's swell.
Kim
Re: 'cept
Yeah, I am not too happy with the blending (or lack thereof) with the other tiles. Even though I have the gamma turned up on my computer at home I still didn't even see those lines up the top of the right hand tile. Also, I didn't realise when I saved out as PNG it was going so dark. Do the iCE guys lighten tiles like that? I've started copying my tiles into fireworks now and exporting them through there. That way I get a better result.

I think that lil man is fabulous too. :) I so can't do people.
maxtuckett
Re: Re: 'cept
Hmm.
I don't seem to have any problem with lightness/darkness,
but it appears to be a fairly common complaint.

Not sure what causes the light differential between tiles.

I often need to turn up the physical brightness dial on my monitor to be sure I haven't missed any discreet blending, but other than that, what I save it as is how it appears in the quilt.

Sorry I couldn't be of more insight,

Max
Kim
Re: Re: Re: 'cept
My monitor at home isn't that great. I use software that allows me to turn up the gamma but when i have it physically turned up as bright as I can, it's still dim. I didn't even notice any difference when I was at home, but here at work the difference is obvious. I might have to check them here before I upload them from now on.
Kim
Re: Re: Re: 'cept
My monitor at home isn't that great. I use software that allows me to turn up the gamma but when i have it physically turned up as bright as I can, it's still dim. I didn't even notice any difference when I was at home, but here at work the difference is obvious. I might have to check them here before I upload them from now on.
Primal_r
Re: Re: Re: Re: 'cept
I like it when people are really serious about blending well, just like you are... another Idea would be to use a colorgrabber tool (don't know what it's called in for example english photoshop, but say pipette)...

This way, you can realise that it's not black, but 10,12,12 or something, and do something about it...

just my 3 ├Âre...