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Old 04-15-2006, 03:28 AM   #1
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Well, here it is; One of my first attempts with this new, fangled 'Photoshop' program. Let me know what you all think of my new signature...

-Jeff-

P.*. - Remember, I am a newbie with all of this. So, criticisim is good; Being mean isn't.
P.*.*. - I will look-up the requirements for signature size after work tomorrow, because I have a feeling it may be too big...
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not too shabby! It might be about right size. Maybe a little too wide but it could be close. Looks good.
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wow thats AMAZING for a newb at photoshop...i attempted photoshop for the first time and made my sig...and will not do it again...for...a ...long...time....GOOD JOB!
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Looks good! I like the stone look in the backround. But you may not want to add a 3.4" pulley to your SSEi that bumps the boost up in Series 2 motors. The Series 1 motors run a much smaller pulley stock. I'm not sure what the corect size for a boost bump in your car but I'm sure the S1 guys in the Performance forum would be glad to help ya out.

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Looks good! I like the stone look in the backround. But you may not want to add a 3.4" pulley to your SSEi that bumps the boost up in Series 2 motors. The Series 1 motors run a much smaller pulley stock. I'm not sure what the corect size for a boost bump in your car but I'm sure the S1 guys in the Performance forum would be glad to help ya out.

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Sig looks good,just a little wide

Here'* the tech info article for the pulley size.........

Supercharger pulley upgrades

Series 1 is usually a 2.2 or a 2.5. .there is more info to be had in the article
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where did you get that pontiac symbol?!?

I also believe it is 50 pixels wide according to the new rules.

looks good otherwise.
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that looks great, really great for someone new to Photoshop
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Thanks guys! Believe it or not, one of my friends showed me the basics of 'Photoshop'. I found the logo when I Google'd 'Pontiac Logo'.

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Looks good! I like the stone look in the backround. But you may not want to add a 3.4" pulley to your SSEi that bumps the boost up in Series 2 motors. The Series 1 motors run a much smaller pulley stock. I'm not sure what the corect size for a boost bump in your car but I'm sure the S1 guys in the Performance forum would be glad to help ya out.

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I was gonna say the same thing when I looked at the words on there.....LOL


Either way...I've had PS for a while now....still don't have the skill to do what you did LOL.

PS......Go to a 2.3 or a 2.2 pulley LOL.

A 2.5 is stock size on a 92-93 year
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Turn on anti-alising to really smooth out the text. Otherwise, looks good!
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