Apple pic

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does anyone know where a good apple tiff/png type more than 400 X 400 pixels?

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Select a font and type option & (1 on qwerty keyboards) and you should see an apple like this 

Set the size of it to what you want.

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Taxxodium Wrote:Select a font and type option & (1 on qwerty keyboards) and you should see an apple like this 

Don't you mean option-shift-K? 

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Shock I didn't know there were so many rules!

"You cannot change the font"

if the image is altered, then technically it is not copyrighted, no?

"Since the switch over to Mac OS X is complete, the "Built for Mac OS X" log is not needed anymore"

I still see those around, besides, they look cool.

Can I use the Apple Logo for Graphic Arts reasons? (IE backgrounds, skins, etc.)

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Well, for my game HeadBreaker, I had a little fun with the initial picture:

[Image: apple_aqua.jpg]

I wanted to add that as a bonus but I thought Apple wouldn't have liked that Rasp

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Hey Taxxodium, did you apply some sort of filter or used a plug-in to create the aqua look? The Photoshop tutorials I found on the web are really lame, the results don't come close to yours.

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I used the standard filters when you double click on a layer. To be more precise I used: Drop Shadow, Inner Shadow, Outer Glow, Bevel and Emboss, Contour and Color Overlay.

Just play around with the settings, make sure your angle is 90° and don't use global light. Also the transparancy is done by playing with the Blending Options.

Good luck!

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aquatint.

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