Blizzard Art

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by T4PP3R, Aug 30, 2008.

  1. T4PP3R

    T4PP3R Well-Known Member

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    Grimlock is another xbox live tag Ive used. Think Imma bring it back when I get home from Afghanistan, so I made a sig for it.

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    nice sig, but the G (and maybe the R) of GRIMLOCK is WAY too hard to read :/
    At a first glance i'd say your name was rimlock :P
     
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    not a fan of the text, jsut dont ask me for advice on text >.<
    the center is a little over-contrasted IMO, its hard to make out what it is at first.
    that thing on the right, kinda takes from the focal.
    at first glance, it looks pretty good though, keep it up, perhaps read up on sum tuts? (last time i said that i jsut made myself look like a tard)
     
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    Over sharpened everywhere imo. The text takes away from the focal and the colors are dull.

    Tutorials will help this style alot.
     
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    T4PP3R Well-Known Member

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    LOL! Maybe I should change my tag. Yeah the G and R wouldnt do what I wanted them to. Stubborn buggers. But I fugred it was visable enough. However much time I spend on a sig, I usually spend that much time just on the text afterwards. Pain in the butt sometimes.

    Everyone else, thanks for the tips and advice and comments.
     

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