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You can use a site like this http://phrase.it/ to create speech bubbles. Or and if you require a software, use PhotoScape or GIMP to create speech bubbles.


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You can use this python code I created to create ascii art and ascii video. http://motiondesigntechnology.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/python-ascii-video-and-ascii-image-creator/


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I think in this case your best option would be to redraw the images so they can be used on different backgrounds. How many images are we talking about? Are they all round like in your example? If all images have the same shape (example an ellipse), you can open them in any image editing program and clean the borders using either masks, selections or plain ...


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You can do that. When you open the images in Photoshop, doubleclick the layer and take a look at the Blend if section. What most designers don't know is that the sliders work differently if you use ALT key. Play with it and see what you can do with blending the new color with the antialiased "ugly" pixels. If you are lucky you will get perfect results. :)


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If you want to use a single image for all mobile devices and displayed at its max resolution, then you will have to use a huge image to accommodate the largest device in the market. I believe it is the iPad with the retina displays which has 2048 x 1536 pixels. Having said that, I don't think this is a very good approach Hard to maintain: The ...


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I recommend using Inkscape. Create the desired path, or do "Trace Bitmap". Create a text object. Select both object and go to Text→Flow into frame. Adjust font etc. See also this and this.


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I assumed at first you wanted a complex effect like the one displayed, ready made. The complete answer to that is bellow. If you want to fill in a single text shape in GIMP there are two basic ways: 1. Use the "Curve Bend" filter Filters->Distorts->Curve Bend on your text layer 1. Use the "Cage Tool". It is there in GIMP 2.8, and can be used for ...


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As an alternative to the already great answers, how about adding a black div with 50% opacity behind the text? This would allow the font to work on basically any image also. div { position:absolute; top:250px; left:140px; width:500px; height:50px; background-color:black; z-index:0; opacity:0.5; } EXAMPLE


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Give it a black transparent background and some padding background-color: rgba(0,0,0,0.5); padding: 0.5em; Simply play a bit around with those numbers but it should give you an usable result.


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I suggest making the font bold (just a change of weight, not the font itself) and respecifying the shadow so that it defines all the edges of the letters: font-family: Raleway; font-weight:900; text-shadow: 0px 0px 3px #000; You can even combine more than one text-shadow to create a definite outline as well as a blur: text-shadow: 0px 0px 3px #000, ...


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If we look how the Moiré pattern is created we can see that it is the result of rotating linear patterns: Soure: Wikimedia This is mostly unwanted on fast method scaling of images that have a regular pattern, or on displaying such images on a display made up of regular patterns too (like our screens). To intentionally produce this effect we need a source ...


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It depends whether you can separate the background from the foreground (which is your flower) with some thresholding filter or by automatic or manual selection. When you can use the magic wand tool or another selection method to surround your flower, getting the pixel count is very easy. Take for instance this flower With the magic wand, I can easily ...


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Divide the amount of pixels in the flower by the amount of pixels on the page then x 100 (to get the total amount of pixels of each multiply the width and the height.)



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