Cardinal png.


Cardinal, originally uploaded by SkeletalMess.
For those who may have a use, if you download the original size it will be in PNG, format meaning the background will be transparent.

A Flickr friend asked me about the cardinals I used in my Santa and Friends image and where to get them, here's what I used. Have fun.

14 comments:

  1. OMG....love this! Thanks you!

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  2. I noticed in the picture too! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. This is wonderful! Thank you. This little guy has been in several of your photos.

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  4. How did you know? I was driving home tonight thinking about how I might be able to get a red bird on a photo I took and I just signed in and here it is. Amazing! Thank you!

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  5. I downloaded this file as png file and in Photoshop its not letting me click and drag in on top of the photo layer. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong? Never had this problem before. Thanks!

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  6. Also wondering if anyone can tell me how you reverse the bird? This one the head is pointing to the left, but in the picture, the head is on the right. Thank you in advance for any help ou can provide!

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  7. Just click on the image and it should become outlined the right click on the dotted line and select horizontal, that should change it.

    As far as not being able to drag and drop, I really have no clue, works fine for me, sorry.

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  8. How awesomely (is there such a word ?) generous of you, I know you love this bird and use him all the time thank you, thank you thank you !!!!

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  9. Thanks so much! I don't want what is happening. Its like the bird moves off the transparent background and the background stays up on the page. I get a cirle with a line drawn through it. I will try again. Thank you!

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  10. Love the cardnial! Thanks!

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  11. Help, I am stuck.
    Opened in CS3 and it is showing as an index file on the layer. When tying to drag onto my document I get an error message that reads... FIXED!
    It stated it was in "index mode". I went into mode and changed it to RGB and it fixed it right up. Hopefully this helps someone else. =)
    Thanks Jerry, he is lovely.

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  12. Thanks Kimi, I appreciate the kind feedback

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  13. I would love for you to see how I used the cardinal. Love this png you shared with us!

    http://www.nowordz.com/2009/12/cardinal.html

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  14. Best pic of a red bird I have seen. Thanks for the png version.

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