My Best Sig To Date.

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by Omega-Alpha, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. Omega-Alpha

    Omega-Alpha Well-Known Member

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  2. Snowy

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    Looks nice, but not too sure about the coloring on the first one. Seems like it has too many "bright" spots.

    Good work, though.
     
  3. Freakquency

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    I gotta agree with snowy, looking at it, I almost feel like you don't need the light source by the head, but rather on the face, like the light in front of him is lighting it up..though the outside might need to be darkened a bit D; seeing as his face is already so bright.. other than that, fancy.
     
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    awww looks emense bro, very sweet

    my only problem is i want somthing in between 1 and 2. i think the colouring looks nice and helps emphasise the work youve put in to the depth of the sig, but v1 is quit simply too bright .....

    keep it up dude
     
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    Having a million light sources ruins the tag

    the size isnt appealing

    try using some other more appealing colors as well

    not good tbh, about a 3-4/10
     
  6. Omega-Alpha

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    Thanks for being an ------ on my best sig.
    Not everyone is as good as you.
     
  7. X0rn

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    its good, but i feel its over contrasted, and one can sense that even in the BnW. dim the contrast a bit an it would be alot better.
     

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