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Understanding Dad's information

Discussion in 'Military Service Records & Genealogical Research' started by Raymond Jr, Feb 11, 2015.

  1. Raymond Jr

    Raymond Jr New Member

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    I do. Actually about an hour away, the other end of town.
     
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    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    See a private message from me? Upper right hand of the screen, red envelope-looking button.
     
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    Ok. I think I got it this time. Fully colorized. That patch was a pain in the butt. Let me know what you think. It's ok to be critical or suggest changes. I have the layer file saved so at this point it will be easy to change colors and such. Was quite fun doing it. This is my first full colorized photo.

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    Wow you do do a good job at this andrwoo!
     
  6. Raymond Jr

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    That's pretty remarkable, andrwoo. Like I said, I've tried doing things like that in GIMP (Photoshop-like free software) and can't get anything like your results. I know you don't just select an area and fill it with a new color. It has to do with shading and other features of the fill. If you're familiar with the Garmin GPS systems, you know there are icons for various vehicles you can use on the display. So you can