Hi all. I'm new to posting here, though I've been reading the forums for quite a while now. You guys and gals have got to be the most helpful buch I've ever seen. Thanks for all your work.
But anyway, about my question. I'm pretty sure this has been covered somewhere, but I just couldn't find it. I made this design not long ago, and made a desktop background out of it. Though it's not nearly as noticable in the pic I'm including, because it's smaller than the original 1024x768, it has a lot of aliased areas. I was wondering if there's a quick and easy way to eliminate/lessen the effect of the jaggies.
BTW, a few details about the graphic: I made the design itself in CorelDraw. I know EVERYTHING can be done in PS, but I've known CD for a long time now, and I love creating my designs in it first, separating to layers, then export to .psd to add all the effects/fills/etc. There are only 3 layers to the .psd; the background, the design with the outer glow and bevel applied, and then a layer for the brushed metal effect.
I have a gallery on an art website, but I'm not sure of the rules on posting outside links, so I didn't include it. But if it's ok to do so, let me know so you guys and gals can look over it and tell me what you think of my work. I'm very much a amateur web/graphics designer, but I love doing it, and am very serious about it. Thanks for your help.