Three Basketball Signatures

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by nod84, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. nod84

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    I am not such a good signature maker, but I gave it a shot and I hope you like it.

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    Which one is the best? Which one should I use, or should I restart and use another tutorial?
     
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    Those look really nice, try bringing out the render more though. Mind sharing the tutorial you used?
     
  3. nod84

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    Not bad. The font needs some serious work, though.
     
  5. nod84

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    What font would be better to use?
     
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    First one looks the best, and maybe use a more simple font, and change the colors of it? :D
     
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    Really really bright, dude. Make the flow better and take off the text and borders on all of them. Work on your depth and your amount of effects. :)
     
  8. Kiyaa

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    They all lack depth, flow, and correct lighting. I'd try to get away from solely using c4ds and/or brushing for your backgrounds. Normal stocks work well and you can use the c4d/brushing to enhance what you already have. I think that could solve a bit of your problems. :)
     
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    Agreed to both.

    Add some C4D renders for effects / flow. And create depth with the burn / blur tools.
    I do not have anymore to say. B)
     
  10. nod84

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    Yea I know they are not too good. But if you don't mind, can you guys link me some good tutorials?
     
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  12. nod84

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    Sigh, wish I had Photoshop. Well I guess I'll google GIMP ones.
     

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