When I started my website and blog under "gisvold.org/ghost_blog" I designed a logo. It's pretty simple, but represents something I like, wolves.

One thing that always annoyed me about my logo, it was square. I couldn't figure out how to make it a circle, so on my last blog iteration I used css to make it look circular. It worked.

On this iteration, that wasn't enough. I don't want to be using css hacks for something that shouldn't be such a big issue. I decided to open up Pixelmator, which is a piece of software I've had for a very long time - I think I bought it when it first came out and was on offer - and it took me about 2 minutes to figure it out.

It's all about the layers.

Gallery of 1-5 how-to's

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Editing a square to make a circle 1

Editing a square to make a circle 2

Editing a square to make a circle 3

Editing a square to make a circle 4

Editing a square to make a circle 5

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