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No, you CAN use drop shadow if you wish, but not in whatever weird-ass fashion you've used it.  It should be soft and gentle like mine was.

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This is new territory for me.  Do you have a tutorial on drop shadows or maybe it is in that material.  Late here and giving up for tonight.  

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Any better or still too much?  I reduced opacity and size. It's on the one on right but not the other 2. Maybe this isn't the right thread for this now?

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I'm not sure if you know what a drop shadow is?  Can you see the light soft shadow at the bottom and right-hand sides of this?

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I do know and yes I see.  But I was trying to go really soft since you said the first was "weird ass-fashion" to go soft.  I'm thinking my angle might be totally wrong.  Knowing what one is and creating one is my huge problem evidently.

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When I get less busy LOL!  I actually have a sun flare I need help with but hadn't decided whether to do it as I did the edit or to post on ask damien.  Maybe I'll get to it next week.  Hope you had a great Holiday season!

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