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I am trying to draw a 3-dimensional looking background for a page I am making.  I want it to look like stars in the sky, maybe with other celestial bodies as well.  I tried drawing it once, but it didn't look 3-D and I want it to.  Can anyone help me (maybe with a URL to go to)?
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stars are too far away to get any sense of 3-D
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Here is a page covering photoshop's method of making a 3d object: http://www.mccannas.com/pshop/pshop2.htm

If you have access to that program, then that method will allow you to create a 3d object, then you can import it into the program that you are using.
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I guess that's sortof what I wanted.  Thanks!
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