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Short answer: I used Photoshop. Now, it gets a little more complicated than that, seeing how the tool doesn't automatically make something good, but the way the user uses the tool. But for custom artwork, it mostly comes down to creating a shape, double-click the layer to access Layer Styles, apply and tweak Bevel and Emboss, duplicate and merge layers, apply another Bevel and Emboss effect, and tweak the shape a little so it looks good.
Could be better, but it's not bad for a first try.
If you need a transparent background, then you have to make sure that, when you start a new file, you've set "Background Contents" to "Transparent" instead of "White" or "Background Color". However, there's still a way to remove the background layer when you've set something else. You right-click the background layer and select "Layer from Background", then you press OK. When doing so, the layer is no longer locked, so when you have another layer added, you can delete the former background layer. If not, you can use the rectangular marquee tool to select the entire area (or alternatively, go to the Select dropdown menu and select "All"), and just press the Delete key on your keyboard.
you have to ask an admin for a custom class. show them the background image and the class name you want so they may add it.
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You've gotten a couple people already telling you this but in case it's not clear: when you have nothing meaningful to say and are commentating for the sake of commentating in what is a dead thread or page (aka, pointing out just how dead things have been or in your case, wanting to revive conversation without having anything to say) this is necroposting.
i'll try to add it soon, it may take me a while (a few hours)
It slipped my mind, added it just now. It may take a while to load, as do all new tables.
RE: Permission to do something
Sure. I don't mind,