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Okay, so create a new layer then with the layer selected, select the text tool and set the font to the varsity font then type IN CAPITAL LETTERS your text select a colour of your choice then set the size appropriately.

Then we need to get the magic wand tool and select the middle parts and delete them - leaving the outer line on the text
even though this isnt real stuff its the coolest one so far
sexy ible!!!
Thanks ;)
heh i wonder if this could be used for a concept art version of the elwire contest for the more impoverished makers or if entrants actually have to fork over the dough for the stuff and hope they win something.
Nice Idea!
<p>I can't figure this out.. I've tried it a few times now, wish the instructions were more clear.</p>
Yes, I love &quot;maths&quot; too.
Dude, Photoshop is WAY better than paint.net
Isn't photoshop like seven hundred dollars? Not exactly a hobbyist's tool.
Yhea but with the magic of Cough Cough *T*O*R*R*E*N*T s Cough cough
Looks nice... but i'll agree with the others, it shouldn't be a winner unless its real el-wire. I could model some complex model in 3ds max and have virtual elwire in it. but I'd never expect to win.
Thanks and you're' right, I Dont expect to win
It's still a nice tutorial for those who want to learn photoshop (Paint.NET (Which I use even though I have PS CS4 cause its a bit overkill to use sometimes))
Hmm. Nice idea, but the title was a bit misleading. Here I thought it would actually involve EL wire, not just a PS tutorial.
<br> Good effect. But you do have to use real EL wire for the contest.<br> <br> L<br>
Hmm, you dont as the rules state -your instructable must involve El wire this does, but virtually, it doesn't state that it cant be virtual.
<br> We'll see what the judges think then. Putting &quot;virtually&quot; before things can be a clever excuse / validation. But do you seriously think this is a winner (without real EL wire)?<br> <br> L<br>
i would hope so as ive spent just as much time on this as pepole who are using el wire - which there are no entries with yet
I am going to try this with Flash CS4.....
hope it goes well
You're welcome!!

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