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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by puter hater, Jan 4, 2007.

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  1. puter hater

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    Not really sure if i should post this here or in a different forum. If this is incorrect it can be moved.

    I need a seamless tile made up. I tried to make one but it doesn't seem to like me much. Not my fortay i guess...

    I need a faded blue to white. I do not want blue anywhere but on the right column. When I do it it does not come out seamless.

    The graphic is what I would like. I tried to use what I posted to make it seamless but it defiantly came out funky.
    Any one board and would like to make one for me?
     

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  2. etaf

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    is this what you mean.

    if not let us know more precisly what you are after

    I used a gradiant tool to go from your blue to white across the full image of 500pixels
     

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  4. puter hater

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    The backround is what i want but its not a seamless tile as you can see....


    What i want is the blue to fade to white with no other blue. no repeat blue.

    hewee i will try the plug in ans see what i can get that way
     

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    What's wrong with the one etaf posted?
    Is it just not big enough?

    The one you posted has the blue on the left...

    I'm confused
     
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    Something like this? I used etaf's gradient.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. buck52

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    Never in a million years would I have guessed that from the description given

     
  10. puter hater

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    OK I apologise for not explaining better. I have been up all night and I guess the brain is not working right. The idea is to have the blue fade into the white. The blue is to be only on the left margin. I been sitting here thinking about it and then when u said not big enough it came to me that I need to make a long bar then big enough to use as a back round. other wise like 1000x50 so it wont show the extra blue unless you are looking at it on a really big screen or something like that. I just want it to be smooth and blended..
     
  11. buck52

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    clear as mud now... ;)
     

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    if your going to tile - them 1280 x 1 pixel should be enough and small file size - just depends on when how many pixels in you want the blue to stop
     

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    Something like this maybe? :confused:

    [​IMG]
     
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