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    GorillazMiko

    11 years ago

    Great job, very detailed! My cousin tried showing me this, but I didn't really understand. But I kind of knew how they came out. Great job, I can't wait to do this!

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    PetervGGorillazMiko

    Reply 11 years ago

    Thanks, I always try to make quality Instructables!

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    GorillazMikoPetervG

    Reply 11 years ago

    Your welcome.

    Don't worry, all your Instructables are great.

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    sinistir7GorillazMiko

    Reply 10 years ago

    wo! how do you make small text! ive never seen that before, ive seen how people can make big text, but thats all, what other stuff can you do to your text?

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    GorillazMikosinistir7

    Reply 10 years ago

    Put two periods on the sides of your words.

    That will come out as:

    Eggs

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    theburn7bumpus

    Reply 10 years ago

    two commas

    mmm... scrambled eggs

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    tellanand

    10 years ago

    Thank you so much for the detailed instructable. I can't wait to try it!!

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    DainiusGB

    10 years ago

    Wow! i never knew it was so easy! i have got to try this and when i do i'll put the panorama up in the comments!!

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    crestind

    11 years ago

    Great Instructable! Windows Live Photo Gallery is another great free tool for making panoramas. Or you could get a Kodak, which generally has a built-in panorama mode.

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    gmoon

    11 years ago

    Well done! Autostitch works well, doesn't it? Not the perfect stitcher for VR 360/180 panos, but fantastic for making wide images...

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    PetervGgmoon

    Reply 11 years ago

    Yeah, it doesn't do 360's. I like to use the Canon PhotoStitch that came with my SD750. That works great for 360's aswell as cropping.

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    Kevvixx

    11 years ago

    Awesome, I've always wanted to do this. Good Instructable too.

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