League Of Legends Shaco Sig

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by Enigma2.0, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. Enigma2.0

    Enigma2.0 Well-Known Member

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    Has been a while since i have done some sigs but here my new one,
    Its shaco the eveil jester from League Of Legends (been playing a lot lately)
    So let me know what u think

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  2. Gin

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    well, to be honest, i don't quite like it. The render seems nice, the left-side effects (around the render) are lovely, but the background is just too simple, don't like it. Plus, the text is poorly placed and chosen. My personal tips are: try to check some how-to-make-a-smudge-background tutorials, perhaps some blending tutorials, and specially work on your text placement, font and blending.
     
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    yeah aight cheers man
     
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    I think you focal could be more defined,tooks me a few seconds to locate it in the tag,text needs somes work,should be closer to the focal(acting as a second focal atm)and the black lines(wireframes?) should go IMO.I have to agree with Gin about the bg,i would suggest to try to find a nice stock bg that match your render.KAI

    Regards,H3ll™
     
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    focal is blended too much, making it very hard to find the focal, text could be improved and light. some good effects tho, Kai
     
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    Give it some depth and sharpen the focal a bit.
     

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