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This tutorial will teach you one way of creating a slick navigationbar for your site.
This tutorial will teach you how to make simple, small website buttons. They are soo cute!
This tutorial will teach you how to make those nice, smooth buttons!
Open Cinema 4d and start off by clicking "F5" on the top of your keyboard. The screen below should appear. Now you want to click and hold that to zoom out on the top-right, the bottom left and the bottom right screens. Now we can see our piece from all different directions...
1. First off we want to open the image we want to slice. So basically we want to be able to make text "inside" the image using nothing but HTML.
2. Now, with your SLICE TOOL, make slices exactly like I did below:...
Start off with a new image. Create a new layer and call it contentbox border. With your rounded rectangle tool, with a radius of 4 pixels, create a decent sized rectangle (depending on what you "need") and use whatever color you like (we will change this later!)...
Start off with a 150x150px white background. Now go edit - fill - choose the background color of your site and press OK!
Now create a small selection similar to the one I created below:...
Click on the gradient tool. Click on the gradient preview which will appear at the top left of the screen. This box will appear. Apply the colors and settings which are in the picture below that you have to view the big version of...
Start off with a new image, whatever size. Create a new layer and call it gradient. Select your gradient tool and click on the properties of the gradient. Then this menu below should appear. Fix the colors and try to make it look exactly like mine!...
1. In this example I used a part from DigitalAbuse's header. It works well for this tutorial because of its' many "objects" and contrasts.
2. Now let's streeeetch! <-- yea, funny, eh? You wanna select your single column marquee tool...