Derby #33: Lyrics Illustrated
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Inspired by "The Black Parade" (Resubmit)

Inspired by "The Black Parade" (Resubmit)
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Paciga


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Added the fifth music line I was missed & tried to get a better thumbnail.....(any tips on getting better thumbnails that dont look crappy when woot compresses them?)

zillabeth


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Re: [url=http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=11222]Inspired by


i love mcr, cool design!


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enin


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zillabeth wrote:i love mcr, cool design!


i really like this shirt

jonomc


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Paciga wrote:Added the fifth music line I was missed & tried to get a better thumbnail.....(any tips on getting better thumbnails that dont look crappy when woot compresses them?)

this is a great all around shirt, bravo. as for thr thumbnails, i don't know, i have the same problem, let me know if you find some thing that works. so far, i just zoom in to try to reduce the info.?
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JadenKale


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jonomc wrote:this is a great all around shirt, bravo. as for thr thumbnails, i don't know, i have the same problem, let me know if you find some thing that works. so far, i just zoom in to try to reduce the info.?
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I keep the pixels at 300 per square inch, I just change the over all pixel size of the piece to 240x240 so it's crisp.
I also noticed the area around the shirt in your 600x600 piece is choppy. You can fix that by simply using the paint bucket tool to fill in a layer behind the shirt layer so you don't even mess with the shirt edges. I've switched to using Jack's templates to get a more real feel to the design and you can see how it would fit on both a regular shirt and a woman's size shirt.

jonomc


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JadenKale wrote:I keep the pixels at 300 per square inch, I just change the over all pixel size of the piece to 240x240 so it's crisp.
I also noticed the area around the shirt in your 600x600 piece is choppy. You can fix that by simply using the paint bucket tool to fill in a layer behind the shirt layer so you don't even mess with the shirt edges. I've switched to using Jack's templates to get a more real feel to the design and you can see how it would fit on both a regular shirt and a woman's size shirt.

got em, thanks for the link seniora

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