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the image disapears when i click on it. when i copy the direct link and enter it in my bar, it says 404 not found.
That's weird. Just go to my photobucket it's listed alphabetically so look for GSC Style Origin Giratina (the smaller one on the right)
It's not loading when I click it.
Also, the Gen V devamps (Not sure if you already saw them)
Here. I used Paint. It looks to me like it still used some mixing, but it may not be as bad:
When I tried to load your devamp in Paint to do a shiny coloration, the whole background turned black. For some reason, this one is white, which is much better.
Is the resized giratina ready? Remember use paint. Also what did you mean by the background gets messed up?
Ok, I can deal with the background though it's easier to fix. Good night.
I did, but it makes the background screw up.
Bed time. I'll try again tomorrow.
Ok that explains it. Try using paint. I know it sounds bad but it doesn't throw anti-aliasing on the sprite.
An internet Program called Pixlr. Photoshop would be better, but I don't have it.
Maybe, what do you use to resize?
Yeah, that was the reason I couldn't resize the other sprite. I thinkit's just a side affect of the resizing.
It has anti-aliasing all over it. (Anti-aliasing: colors that help to blend in like red with blue to help blend into purple, sorry, I'm not good at definitions) I can probably work over it, I always do so... you know whatever.
What do you mean by that exactly?
So the picture has a million random dots. I don't know if it's the resizing or if it's in jpeg/jpg can you fix this?