My first picture! (fail)

<a href=“” target="_blank"><img src=“” border=“0” alt=“Photobucket”></a>

BTW I’m not trying to post anything epic just testing out GIMP to create background blur.

You forgot IMG

Never use flatgrass or construct(except if you want to do a scenebuild).
Blood Spam.
Just go on youll get good sometimes.

I got it off his album


I’m late? Combine edited his post right after I posted this.

"Last edited by The Combine; 19 Hours Ago at 04:05PM… "

Check the time of the post…

lol, i tried IMG but it refused to show the picture on “preview post”

I ninjad yu

Dont use HTML for forum boards. Use the image code at the bottom of the four given links.

This is almost as bad as that guy who tried to post a link from his own hard-drive.

Yeah… I remember that…

Yeah that was very funny :smug:

never post your first picture,especially if it sucks donkey dicks…

DeMONSKUL…your mean :frowning:

I know it sucks, it’s not supposed to be good. I just needed a photo to use cause I just installed GIMP and this is all I had :stuck_out_tongue:

Hey, look. You posted your first screenshot, good for you! This is your first step into Garry’s Mod screenshots and image manipulation (as you said you installed GIMP recently).

Don’t give up, no matter what anyone says. Of course you will get harsh words here and there, but brush them off. Work hard knowing that each time you make something new, you’re getting better and more talented as you progress.

One reason I like to look at all the screenshots here is to study others work and see how I can improve my own, and that is the same for you I’m sure. Sounds to me like we’re in the same boat.

that man speaks the truth read his comment all you cocksucking bastards

The blurr is slightly over done but its not bad for first shot. I recommend looking at how the TF2 characters look, move and pose in the game its self so you can get an idea of how they stand. Then pratice posing them and comparing them to what you’ve seen until you get something like this.

Also on another note. Hold the left mouse button down and move the mouse foward to zoom in, you can also move it left and right to rotate the camera.