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Discussion in 'Signatures' started by yaiQuem, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. yaiQuem

    yaiQuem Well-Known Member

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    finally had time for a new sig, CnC please :)

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    ok made a v2:

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    Flow and depth seem messed up, out of place

    dont really like color

    good text
     
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    yaiQuem Well-Known Member

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    thank you for the cnc, but please explain yourself more. cause this cnc is of little help :)
     
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    It's hard to tell when the render stops and bg starts, the colors are really dull, unsaturated

    sorry for not clarifying
     
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    yaiQuem Well-Known Member

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    isn't that good blending? but i'll try to fix that a bit then

    didn't feel like making it bright n shiny lol, but i'll mess a bit with it, maybe something nice comes out

    np, no1 is perfect :)
     
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    If its a solid render yes, but when the whole sig consists of 2-3 colors it looks funky

    i guess i just dont like the render
     
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    [​IMG]

    k i upped the contrast a bit, made the colors more intens and blurred out the back ground a lil, what do you think?
     
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    I love it mate nice peice of work ;) keep it up
     
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    thank you kind sir :)
     
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    It's cool at first glance, but hard to notice the smoker.
     
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    yes the subject is lost in effects, one reason can be there is no light source , and that can be the actuall cherry on the cig give it some light then give the subject a light source that is a reflection from the 'flame' she does have light on her face now just bring it out and dont use forced lighting use natural which can be ambient
     

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