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Black INk Productions ILM lightsabers

Posted: Tue, 4th Mar 2008, 3:32am

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Black Ink Productions

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hello, i have a lightsaber method that i would like to share with you. I do not know how to take screen captures so i will just post a pic of the finished product, then if it is in demand, i will see if i can make one.

i dont want to make a tutorial that no one wants

http://s50.photobucket.com/albums/f305/Master1193/?action=view&current=tutorial.flv

i think it would be of use to some people.

plz tell me it you want a tut for it.
Posted: Tue, 4th Mar 2008, 3:45pm

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SilverDragon7

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There are many lightsaber tutorials, my advice is don't waste you time making one.
Posted: Wed, 5th Mar 2008, 12:41am

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Plainly

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For the screen captures, it's the button on your keyboard besides the F12 key called 'Scr Grb' (or something like that... mine's in French, so I can't tell for sure!). Then, just paste the picture it will have taken in any software that works with pics (I usually use Paint for screengrabs smile).

Plainly
Posted: Wed, 5th Mar 2008, 3:04pm

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Black Ink Productions

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thank you, i never knew how to do that!![/img]
Posted: Wed, 5th Mar 2008, 9:48pm

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Bflat5

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Try "Alt+Prt Scrn". That will capture the focused window. Just pressing the "Prt Scrn" (Print Screen) button will capture the entire screen.
Posted: Fri, 15th Aug 2008, 12:46pm

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FXhomer74412

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The lightsaber looks very nice I would like the tutorial to be posted.