i've been into graphics for a while now, and this is gonna sound really stupid, but how do i put diagonal lines going over the top of my sig? and nobody tell me they don't know what i'm talking about... everybody knows... thanks, Silver
oh, and what the hell? this thread has, like, double posted itself...
It's all about patterns.
Start a new document. 3px by 3px Make this pattern using the rectangular marquee tool and paint bucket. :
Or there is horizontal scan lines :
Now in your new document press Ctrl+A or select a space using a marquee tool or whatever.
Edit>Fill>Pattern then select your pattern.
ok so once you have made the horizontal scan lines on a transparent backround, you go to edit>define pattern, Do you have to select the pattern before hand? And once this is done I go to the sig and slect the whole thing (ctrl+A) and then 'Edit>Fill>Pattern then select your pattern' Is the pattern temporarily stored in photoshop so i can select it?. And once this is all done dont you have to do anything else?
ahhhh i get it thanks s3ph
I can't actually remember if you have to select the pattern before defining it, probably so just do ctrl+a.
And it is stored in photoshop forever unless you delete it, there shouldn't be anything else you need to do, unless you want to change the blending or whatever.
O ok i see. So that will create cool scan lines, great thats what i always wanted :)
Holy. That was a thing to start with... Thanks!
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Thats a really cool effect S3, that helps alot thanks :D