Grunge Dead?

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  1. =[Beast]=™

    =[Beast]=™ Well-Known Member

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    I still kick the grunge everynow and again *points to sig*
     
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    errrr because more ppl prefer abstract?
     
  3. Sinister_One

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    Wow you guys really adress lots of good points. Suppose I was originaly looking for the basic grunge. Now I se that grunge has indeed evolved. Thanks for your input all!
     
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    ya i like some grunge it gives a good feel to pics
    but its just changed and ppl like differnt styles not
    always the more creepy scary type of grunge
    they like abract air brushing etc.
     
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    Mm...imo grunge is teh suck. No two ways about it.
     
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    How bout 3 ways? lol
     
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    In the beginning I allways did grunge, but it gets boring for me... now im doing mostly abstract/tech, and now i found out something new... VECTORS! xD
     
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    Ill tell ya one thing...Grunge wil NEVER completly die out
    Ya know how I know....cause I will always prefer grunge lol
     
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    Grunge takes no skill, I used to whore it like hell, I can get a good 9/10 rating with 2 layers of grunge brushes, a 5 minute sig. Easy. It takes 0 skill.
     
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    well i'm not sure if grunge is dyin, but u can only go so far wit grunge style. at da same time, grunge doesn't require much skill (good for newbies).
    for me, i just like to mix abstract and grunge. but grunge alone getz boring for me. :)
     
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    I think tech will be the only style that dies hmmm maybe thats just because a don't like it :) but I also think that vector will become the new whore sooner or later
     
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    Suppose this is a n00b question... what is vector?
     
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    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    grunge isn't dieing any time soon

    as for me, I use abstract brushes to make grunge backgrounds, it is mroe effective to me than actually using grunge brushes beleive it or not. I should work on abstract though because of its sheer potential...
     
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    I don't really know how to describe it, but this is an example:

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    It isn't mine, I'm still learning to make some nice vectors. I got this sig from a member on another forum =)
     
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    Says the boy with the trend-whore grunge sig.
     

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