Stylish tabs ?

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  1. David

    David Member

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    I'm trying to do some stylish tabs to cut them for later on a design I'm doing

    This is just a mock-up after using bezier path ... which isn't really helping me as you notice... I wanted the edge to be more curvey than what you look on the screenshot..

    Any ideas to get this done without bezier path?

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    I would use the path tool
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    agreed path tool ;)
  4. David

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    *sudden urge to drink blood*

    Bezier Path equals Path Tool <_<

    right... right...

    I guess I have to learn more about this path tool because it's not being friendly!
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    i would just use a selection tool to create tabs, specially if you want them rounded.
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    some selection tools and the PATHS tools ofcourse :D
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    It's because I want them rounded but with a different bottom/top :)
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    what do you mean by different bottom/top?
    here is my blog website tutorial&nbsp; http://gimp-tutorials.net/websitetutorial
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    whoops, dont know tool names to well I guess.

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