How to make a wallpaper/background

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Quitter

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Post #1115 September 2012, 22:25
here is a great tutorial site that teaches you all about photoshop and way more:

www.good-tutorials.com/

btw with these tutorials you can make stuff like my avatar

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Post #1220 September 2012, 06:52
I've added good-tutorials.com to the list. Thanks!

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Post #1320 September 2012, 13:10
best online pix editing website www.pixlr.com
best for photoshop tutorials -> psdtuts

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Post #143 October 2012, 08:58

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Post #155 October 2012, 06:16
I have photoshop CS5 and that's what I use.

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Post #165 October 2012, 06:27

Quote of user: Ultrastar1

I have photoshop CS5 and that's what I use.



Then you can benefit from a lot of the tutorials featuered in the first post Looking forward to check out your wallpapers!

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Post #178 October 2012, 15:05
Thanks I have Photoshop cs3 I make wallpapers using these tutorials

Edgeee

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Post #189 October 2012, 14:12
Alot of people dont really think about this cause its outdated but microsoft paint can do alot for making a background and or wallpaper

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Post #1911 October 2012, 03:58
there r many wayz of creating of wallpaper or background, ,,,,,,,,u can google it also dem n here is an video link for u from which u can learn how to make wallpaper


www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHOSm6ARh6M

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Post #2012 October 2012, 16:55
yeah there are many frenz here who helped you out its better do what they said about Photoshop.
or even you can give a try with Illustrator for better detailing for various sizes!

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