Originally posted by Peach
Number one tip...don't use Paint
Try taking a look at some of these tutorials. They can explain better than I can, most likely.
Okay. The only thing I got out of that was to not use paint. Other than that, I was on the right track.
Originally posted by Mr. Bacon
i like the fact that despite the thread title none of the smilies he posted are custom or his creation.
Are you referring to me?
If so, I got the idea from this smilie: http://images.killermovies.com/forums/customsmilies/th_guy222.gif
And turned it into this smilie: http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z238/dadudemon/dadudemon.gif
So, please, sir, tell me how that isn't my own customer smilie or my own creation? Sure, I used the original one as a template, but every last pixel is original. After thinking about it, there's not a pixel on that new smilie that is the same as the previous. Don't forget the animation I added, as well...which, btw, was the first time I have animated anything in my life. It is the very first smilie I ever made. Ever. Pretty good for a first try, right?
Now, if you weren't referring to me, I love you.