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    Fanatic Enthusiast theMotion's Avatar

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    How to make a good rank bar in Paint.NET

    Cody's Rank Bar Tutorial

    First make a new image that is 100 pixels wide and 20 pixels high.



    Your canvas will look like this:



    Go to effects > render > clouds.
    (You can choose the size and smoothness of the clouds)
    Once you have done that, your canvas will look like this:



    Add a new layer.
    Place your text.
    Once you have done that, your canvas will look like this:



    Add a new layer.
    Add a 1 pixel border.
    Once you have done that, your canvas will look like this:



    Add a new layer.
    Make a black and white gradient.
    Once you have done that, your canvas will look like this:



    Go to layer > layer properties.
    Set the layer to lighten.
    Set the opacity to 150.

    You are now done.
    Your rank should look like this.



    Save it as a PNG file.

    You can download the PDN file HERE

    This tutorial was made by Cody Moore.
    (Motion on DD, Droidz and InGen)

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    Re: How to make a good rank bar in Paint.NET

    Great guide, Thanks motion!
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    Re: How to make a good rank bar in Paint.NET

    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonz
    Great guide, Thanks motion!
    No problem.


    Any more comments?

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    Re: How to make a good rank bar in Paint.NET

    Good tutorial, thanks for the help, just a little more detail is in order, but its good.
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