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What type of graphic is this called and how do you create it?

What type of graphic is this called and how do you create it?

What type of graphic is this called and how do you create it?

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Hi,

Can someone tell me how to create this graphic in PSP 7.0?
I would like to change the color to another greenish type color, but I would like to keep the light to dark fading technique they've used.

http://www.geocities.com/meeka4u/graphic.html

I am completely CLUELESS as to how to create graphics, etc.  I don't know the lingo nor can I even draw.  However, I'm willing and eager to learn.

Any help you can give is greatly appreciated.  I see a long road ahead of me.  

Thanks,
scripter73


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