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Discussion in 'Signatures' started by Cheshire Wolf, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. Cheshire Wolf

    Cheshire Wolf Well-Known Member

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    Complete Abstract; This guy had a very weird request that resulted in a very weird signature:
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    Treebob requested this one; It looks simple but really it was a pain in the ass. If you've seen the original stock & rend you'll know why. He wanted something simple and this is me being showoffy: [​IMG]

    It's probably my best tag .... ever.
     
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    hmm second is not bad. not a fan of the dimensions or the white dots(snow?). Your text is fine. I would personally do the blur/depth differently myself; the back parts of his hair due are blurred more than the bg below him and it appears even more than than the bg above. sure the back branches of his head could have some blur, but it's strange how something on your focals head has the same ammount of blur of something that could be in the distance. ctrl > shift > n // apply image // blur and the eraser are your best friends when it comes to adding depth/blurring, or atleast thats my way of doing things. doing a new layer, applying image, lightly blurring and erasing blur on my focal point; I'll do the same process, though the next time erase my focal and the "next closest" objects/graphics to the focal which have already been blurred from the first time. I'll keep doing this until I get to the seemingly furthest part of the once flat image, then I'll finnish with the depth by sharpening my focal to enhance it's presence. dont know how you do things, but I wouldn't add depth any other way. good job though!
     
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    :) You know. Normally I hate advice but that is a very good idea. I thought of something similar awhile ago where I'd apply image blur it all. Duplicate that image a few times and set different opacity & flow settings for the eraser tool. Mine is working from the front back while yours is working from the back front. I just never applied it as I like the blur tool. So I'll try yours out. Who knows this may give me more of a chance to look at mine too.
     

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