First Ever Signature

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by Skatert, May 29, 2010.

  1. Skatert

    Skatert New Member

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    Well i learned how to make a signature today , after awhile i made my first one , here it is .
     

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    Looks nice for a first. Try to look up more tutorials. Keep it up.
     
  3. Skatert

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    Haha well i did and came up with this ,
     

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    Try following some tuts about blending/depth and flow.

    :)
     
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    might be better if you create a free account on photobucket so that you wouldnt need to attach your file
     
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    You have potential :) . The second signature has alot of potential, try copying more layers of your render and smudge the edges of them. also smudge the first copy too but not to much. also try messing with C4D's and gradient overlays. KIU
     
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    follow some tutorials mate.
    you got potential just try blending more they look kinda flat.
    like they were just sliced up and pasted 2gether.
     
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    It is very well done
     
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    It is very well done.
     
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    It is very well done..
     
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    It is very well done...
     
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    It is very well done....
     
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    It is very well done.....
     
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    You need to learn how to blend. Don't just place images together or smudge a background together. Also if you don't know a lot there's no need to rush through something. Mess around with a lot of your settings.

    Tip.. use Smudging (if you don't know what that is it's a tool in PS that can distort an image due to the shape of a brush tip) or sections of other images to cover connecting parts of your render and background.

    I have seen worse first signatures (cough mine were pretty sad :P)
     

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