Jellybean

Discussion in 'Techniques' started by MasterDesign, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. MasterDesign

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  2. laughingbird

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    Okay now THAT is cool MD!
    I'm going to put this onto my Tutorials page.

    Nice work. I hope you get some traffic from it.
    (I'm also going to copy this thread to the Logo Creator Gallery)


    Marc
  3. Lamo1graphic

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    very well done md
  4. MasterDesign

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    Thanx Marc! first (video) tutorial ever.
    My old machine could barely handle the proces!
    Easiest part was making the jellybean in TLC hard part was not sounding like a compleet idiot!
    Your welcome to use it on your site mate.

    Thanx! very nice, coming from you!
    Hope my accent wasn´t to distracting...

    :image31:MD
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    Now, that's cool and I bet very imformative to TLC members/users!

    More of these would be greatly appreciated by all.
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    Ok that said, I want a bags worth of Jelly's. Candy, Gum, watermelon! C'mon you can do it!!! Or how about M&M's!! Make your own candy. MD's
  7. MasterDesign

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    :image13: I know! i love Jellybeans man...

    M&M's are good to and i think you could "make" one in TLC but the people at M&M already did this you can make a personal M&M (!?) so why bother when you could be munching jellybeans!.....
    Here´s my personal badass M&M[​IMG]
    MD
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    I watched this earlier today and thought man those are some good design techniques and achieve some of the things I've looked to do in the past. Hopefully soon as I get back on my own PC I can use this tutorial to change some things up here and there and hopefully step up my design ability a bit more...

    Thanks MD and awesome work.. Now show me some glassy green and black marbles... Thats what I was trying to make a while back and just was never satisfied... I think I may get it done using what you have shown here..
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    Excellent presentation MD! The way you created and organized your own layers w/o a layers pallette was great. This is very reminiscent of how layer and efx techniques are created with Photoshop and other apps. Great job!

    ...and your accent was not distracting, no worries mate.

    Borpean, love the "blue meanie" look.
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    I finally got a chance to view it. Wonderful tutorial MD! Great job. Can't wait to try one, err -try to make one. :)
  11. MasterDesign

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    Thanx everyone for the kind words, i had fun making it!
    MD
  12. Topcatz Banned

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    Xlnt

    A great job MD (now what program did you use to rotate your sig?)
    Regards
  13. MasterDesign

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    Thanx Topcatz!
    Xara3D is what i used for the sig. don't tell anyone though!
    we can't give away all our little tradesecrets ?!
    :image31: MD
  14. Lamo1graphic

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    md great design using you siggy in xara3d just reduce the light angle effect so it doesn't glare so much on the spin
    try bringing the light from the bottom a bit !!!!!:image28:

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