On Sat, Dec 13, 2014 at 5:33 PM, MrR-dotcom <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
> I created an image of 1 inch W & 0.5 inch H, I used pixels of 11 for the
> and initially the image turned out clear and it was fine.
> I used the wrong background so I ended up redoing the whole process. I
> guess I
> deleted the original image (the one with the incorrect background) I
> didn't know
> how (@ the time) to just change the background without redoing the whole
> process....anyway...now I am unable to get clear text on my image , it
> comes out
> blurry in some areas & some text comes out perfect (or near perfect).
Typically layers are used for this. You use the text tool and one layer is
just for text. You also have a background layer in which you can change
the color. Are you familiar with layers? If not, check out this
Text management (and using the Text Tool)
An introduction to Layers.
The bucket fill tool is typically used for solid fill backgrounds.
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