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08-05-2009, 01:02 AM
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Biggie Smalls Wallpaper...

Vice city + N.Y + crayola + Biggie Smalls =



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This one I like a lot. May I ask how you did the colors in the skyline?

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This one I like a lot. May I ask how you did the colors in the skyline?
Took a bunch of skyline/building brushes and kind of overlapped them and connected them in some areas (colour set to plain black when doing this), and then I'd make a layer underneath and then select the size of one of the buildings and fill that with a single colour, move on to the building beside that one, make a layer (underneath your building layers again), use the polygonal lasso tool and select the size of the new building, fill it with a new colour, and repeat this process for every single building in the skyline. I hope this makes sense Kind of a painstaking process, but I think it looks pretty cool when it's done!

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Took a bunch of skyline/building brushes and kind of overlapped them and connected them in some areas (colour set to plain black when doing this), and then I'd make a layer underneath and then select the size of one of the buildings and fill that with a single colour, move on to the building beside that one, make a layer (underneath your building layers again), use the polygonal lasso tool and select the size of the new building, fill it with a new colour, and repeat this process for every single building in the skyline. I hope this makes sense Kind of a painstaking process, but I think it looks pretty cool when it's done!
Yea, makes sense. That's one of a couple labor intensive ways I thought you might have done it. I was hoping you had something really slick and easy.

and I too think it looks cool.

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08-06-2009, 01:52 AM
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Thats awesome, I like it a lot

skyline is really cool, good concept

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Thats awesome, I like it a lot

skyline is really cool, good concept
Thanks for the nice compliments!

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