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    I'm attempting to create a transparent logo that will look good no matter what color I'm attempting the make the background and I've run into a snag with all those little while pixels showing up.

    The problem is I'm attempting to have the logo overlay two colors and want it to look good, but I just want to use one image and not two. Any thoughts on how I can save this file without adding a matte around it?

    BTW - I'm using Photoshop 7

    Thanks,

    Shane
    www.eyecravedvd.com

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    Junior Member Kooter's Avatar
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    can you give an example? a link - an upload - etc?

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    Here's a rough photoshop JPG of what I'm thinking of doing.

    I've made the DVD portion of the logo a little smaller as well since grabbing this shot.
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    I'm still not 100% sure I understand what your trying to do...Are you refering to the eye in the top left?

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    Yup I'm referring the eye in the top corner, well, the DVD/Eye and the wording. I want it to be a transparent GIF

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    send me the psd file...I'll do it and show you how I did it w/ the layers. krazykooter13@msn.com

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    What about others of us who want to learn how to do it too?

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    Couldn't be done.

    What I had to do was after I created the GIF was zoom in a delete all the white-light gray outside pixels. The logo can be seen @ http://test.eyecravedvd.com


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