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    Here it is. Just something that came from the top of my head
    Put your hand in an oven for a minute and it will be like an hour, sit beside a beautiful woman for an hour and it will be like a minute, that is relativity. --Albert Einstein
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    Although that is very nice, I don't believe I would be able to maintain that look and feel throughout my entire site. What I was looking for was help touching up the image of the phoenix.



    What I did as a temporary solution was to invert the colors so that they were darker and fit in better with the black text on the header.

    Also another weird problem I was having with the tree image was that I had set it up for transparency in the gimp an exported as a png but there was no transparency in IExplorer. Anyone know what thats about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Construct
    Also another weird problem I was having with the tree image was that I had set it up for transparency in the gimp an exported as a png but there was no transparency in IExplorer. Anyone know what thats about?
    Not surprisingly, this seems to be an issue with IE rather than GIMP:
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    That is correct IE does not properly support png transparency unless the entire background is transparent. That is why I am now using gifs. As you may have notice the image has changed. The new version was created entirely by hand in the GIMP. Still not at a level of professionalism that I would like but I feel like I'm getting better. Gotta learn your tools before you can use them to create I guess

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    There's is a tool called autotrace that may help to vectorize the image and make it look smoother. And maybe putting it on an orb may be nice
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    There's is a tool called autotrace that may help to vectorize the image and make it look smoother. And maybe putting it on an orb may be nice
    I agree with you totally perhaps I'll mess around with that soon!

    Thanks for the help!

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