Gfx Help

Discussion in 'Graphics, Design, and Photography' started by yz85 rider, Apr 12, 2008.

  1. yz85 rider

    yz85 rider Banned

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    I am in need of some help. How do i round my edges in photoshop?
  2. granttty182

    granttty182 New Member

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    Are you talking about when drawing rectangles?

    If so what version do you have?

    For CS3 Extended, I simply pick the "Rounded Rectangle Tool" which is right below my "Rectangle Tool". You could also press Shift+U until you get to it.
  3. The Ax

    The Ax Banned

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    This is what I do,
    If theres an easier way tell me please.

    1.Take Rounded Box Tool and Cover Desired Area
    2.Fill The Outside(leftovers) of that area with BRIGHT DISTINCT color[Rastirize*]
    3.Delete Inside
    4.Merge All Visible Layers
    5.Delete Border

    Note: I like to make a group and put everything in it then dulpicate it so i can make changes if needed
  4. thesmidge

    thesmidge New Member

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    You way over complicated it. All you need to do is cover the area you want with rounded rectangle tool, select it, delete that layer, select inverse, delete, BOOM rounded rectangle.
  5. yz85 rider

    yz85 rider Banned

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    Yeah but i don't want the white like in your avatar.
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    Ok so make the background of it the same exact color of the background of the site. Bgizzle says it in one of the threads in site chat.
  7. yz85 rider

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    YEah but there is a way to do it with alpha brushes.

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