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Step 1 creating a digital graffiti tag

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Step 1 creating a digital graffiti tag

Step 1 creating a digital graffiti tag

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  • 1. Creating a Digital Graffiti Tag 1. Go to http://www.graffiticreator.net/ 2. Click on any of the “Load Font” buttons (these are different fonts you can use to create graffiti tags). 3. In the “type in your text field” enter your text. It can be your name, a nickname etc. as long as it is appropriate for school and not gang-related. 4. Play with the width, height, and rotation bars until you like your tag 5. Click on the different boxes labeled bubbles, 3d, stripes etc. to customize your tag. After you click on a box, you can click on a color from the color wheel to change the feature. 6. Play until you love your graffiti tag 7. Click the “fn/windows” button and the “prnt screen” button at the same time. 8. Open up MS Paint 9. Click “ctrl” and “v” at the same time to past 10. Your graffiti tag should appear 11. Make sure the “Select” box is highlighted and drag a box around the parts of your graffiti you want to keep 12. Click on the “crop” button 13. Now, only your graffiti tag should appear! 14. Go to “file” 15. Click on “save as” 16. Save your graffiti tag to your folder and upload to our Edmodo group