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    FantasyStrike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    I am trying to create my own signature, but When I drag my rendered image to the 650x200 project the image is tiny so tiny. I have to magnify the image till the scroll bar gets thin. The rendered image is 400x600. I couldn't decide to put this in the Technical support or here.

    PS-I am using adobe photo shop cs2.

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    loca93 is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    I know what you mean. Umm I think it is do to the difference it pixels from your rendered image to the new document you have opened. I don't know how to explain this, but you could just resize the image in free transform. That is what I do sometimes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by loca93 View Post
    I know what you mean. Umm I think it is do to the difference it pixels from your rendered image to the new document you have opened. I don't know how to explain this, but you could just resize the image in free transform. That is what I do sometimes.
    Is there another way instead of free transform?

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    Umm there probably is, but I am not sure. I think you can also resize that specific layer, but don't quote me on it. I just know when that happens to me I use free transform.


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    xD I cant do much with free transform right now.

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    Why not... If you want the render to be smaller or bigger you just well make it smaller or bigger..


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    well like I said before my rendered image is 400x600 and the size of the signature is 650x200. So whats the point of continuing of the transformation? Or I just suck at photo shop so much I don't know how to correct what needs to be corrected.

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    when you create the document, set it to 72 pixels/inch
    it sounds like you're putting it at 300.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sperm worm View Post
    when you create the document, set it to 72 pixels/inch
    it sounds like you're putting it at 300.
    Thank you sperm worm. I got it to work. ^^

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    haha no prob. i had that problem a while back so i feel your pain. XD


 

 
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