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Here are some simple pointers for MS Paint, I will try to add more later:

1.) MSPaint1.png

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Thanks, but you didn't really mention anything I didn't already know.

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I don't get why we're giving MS Paint pointers to the entire board. This is very basic stuff.

I'm also thinking this belongs in the General Design forum.

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Well some people's concepts are awful and need help. Some people get the piping, yet on their concept, it still sucks. I don't understand it.

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Thanks, but you didn't really mention anything I didn't already know.

Then maybe ur piping on ur jerseys will looks halfway decent next time.

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Then maybe ur piping on ur jerseys will looks halfway decent next time
the man has a point...

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Then maybe ur piping on ur jerseys will looks halfway decent next time
the man has a point...

ditto.

dude, your concepts just arent clean. i know i could say the same about myself , but you could at least clean it up a bit.

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I've said it before, and i'll say it again. The only limits in MS Paint are the limits you place on yourself. Here's some stuff i did in Paint before Illustrator came my way:

CharlotteBobcatsConcept.gif

KCScoutsConcept.gif

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also, the arc tool (to the right of the line tool), is probably your most valuable tool in Paint.

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I need help. When I get a template from here I can't colour it. The reds are grays and blues are grays and basically everything is gray. I want to make a concept but I can't because eerything turns gray! Can anyone help. BTW this only happens when I use templates.

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go to edit then select paste from then select the template

that should solve the problem

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Thanks, but you didn't really mention anything I didn't already know.

Then maybe ur piping on ur jerseys will looks halfway decent next time.

Ouch!

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go to edit then select paste from then select the template

that should solve the problem

Thanks that worked!

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You can LAYER, just save every one with a different name.

And paste with transparent background...

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I need help. When I get a template from here I can't colour it. The reds are grays and blues are grays and basically everything is gray. I want to make a concept but I can't because eerything turns gray! Can anyone help. BTW this only happens when I use templates.

Or:

1. Save the template to your computer.

2. Open the saved file.

3. Select All.

4. Copy.

5. Open new MSPaint file.

6. Paste.

You should be OK, and your color palate should be true to what's in your color box.

It happens with a lot of files (not just templates) where the colors don't translate to MSPaint well.

And save it as a .png file - it alters your colors the least and takes up less space than saving it as a .bmp file.

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I've said it before, and i'll say it again. The only limits in MS Paint are the limits you place on yourself. Here's some stuff i did in Paint before Illustrator came my way:

CharlotteBobcatsConcept.gif

KCScoutsConcept.gif

this makes absolutely no sense to me. Did you draw these then scan them and clean them up in paint? If your doing this 100% from scratch in paint than i gotta say dude, you are a fluffing God. :notworthy:

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