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Thread: Avatar under 6KB? Help!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
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    Avatar under 6KB? Help!

    I have created many paintings in ArtRage...but they are EXTREMELY over 6KB. I know this sounds stupid, but could I please get an answer? There are no stupid answers, if they're logical...well, to me.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
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    80x80?

    yes, tried putting 80 and 80 in the pixel boxes above the choosing your paper and color . it is extremely hard...no impossible to draw the same pictures on it.????????? :?:

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
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    Open an existing image that you have made in ArtRage, which you'd like to use as your avatar, and follow these steps:

    1 - Click on the "Edit" tab

    2 - Choose "Rescale the Painting" from the Edit menu

    3 - Be sure the "Resolution (dpi)" setting is set for 72 (plenty for an avatar)

    4 - Change the "Height" and "Width" settings so that they fall within the required 80 x 80 dimensions (Be sure the dimensions are set for "Pixels" not inches).

    5 - Click "OK" to accept the changes.

    6 - Click on the "File" tab

    7 - Select "Export As Image" from the File menu

    8 - Set the "Save as Type" selection to "Jpeg" and give your image a name

    9 - Click "Save" to export the image.

    10 - Try uploading the resized image to your profile.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

  4. #4
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    wow. didn't know you had to have full edition...oh well i guess i'll have to buy it! at least now i know...thanks!

  5. #5
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    Alternatively, you can export the image from ArtRage via 'Export as Image' then open it with another program e.g. Irfanview in order to resize it to 80x80. There are a number of free to download image editing applications you could use which should do the trick. Hope that helps!
    Dave
    Resident Bug-Hunter
    Ambient Design

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