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Signature Picture Test

Discussion in 'Test' started by MartyZ, Mar 2, 2021.

  1. CAG CheechDogg

    CAG CheechDogg Senior Member Supporting Member TOTM Winner

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    No problem and I can make sigs for anyone who wants one ... I actually do web and graphic design .....

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    CAG CheechDogg Senior Member Supporting Member TOTM Winner

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    701x150 I like those dimensions

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    MartyZ Senior Member

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    I used Paint 3D to make the logos for my signature. .PNG images allow transparency. It takes some practice and trial and errors but if you play with it enough you will get the hang of it. I make HMIs and different interfaces for assembly lines. The software I use is pretty specific to the machines I program. Paint 3D is about as graphic design as I get. haha
     
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    Hey but it worked ! .... and yes png and vector are best so you can scale them as big or small as you want ...
     

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