Strength

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by Amergin, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. Amergin

    Amergin Well-Known Member

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    CnC welcome.
     
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  2. One Of A Kind

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    I'd like to see a tut or something from you.. the colouring in your tags are beautiful. great depth too.
     
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    Ya same I love your blending thats one problem i find myself having.
     
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    Lightsource is way too strong, but the effects are very pleasing to the eyes. ;)
    However, I do find that the left side of the tag needs more complexity... Like I'm really loving what's going on around your focal, it's great in fact, but I feel the depth and whatnot kinda got ignored or rushed on the left side.

    Still great though man. ;)
    Really like it.
     
  5. Amergin

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    Yeah, I got lazy with the depth. There was a lot of great detail on that side, but it looked flat when I kept the detail, so I just did a simple two-level depth divided by the sides of the tag.

    Depth > me

    EDIT: Also, for coloring:
    100px soft round brush in bright colors set to Color, opacity/fill ~50%
    And adjustment layers. Try to use custom gradients for adjustment layers... the only default ones I use are B&W, green&red, and purple&orange.
     

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