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Signing digital art
Not to worry. All of us were newbies once upon a time.
A tablet is one way to sign pics. If you have a scanner, take a "Sharpie" type pen and sign a white piece of paper. Your sig. can be scanned in and saved as a separate image.
From this image you have a number of options:
* Copy/paste it into other documents. You'll need to set the layer blend mode to "Darken," which zaps the white so the sig can be seen on top of your pic
* Create a custom brush from it. Depending on your needs, you may need to create brushes of different sizes to accomodate various pic sizes.
* Create a custom shape from it. A custom shape can be scaled. One size fits all. For a good tutorial on this process, see www.Trimoon.com.
Hope this gets you moving.
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