I think its time i start out my showcase =D
By the way only time i would show the avatar if it was diffrent from my sig.
Well, they're good sigs, but they're all the same and unorginal. Try not to rely on diagonal scanlines, especially in such a way that it interferes with your text. Cleaner render cutting/blending would be good too (they look clean for the most part, but the woman has white edges that freak me out).
Besides that, they look really good.
Are you using a tutorial for all of these or have you just stuck with one style for so long?
i got it under control =D
You got some nice sigs 39040. I espicially like the one you made me.
heh i forgot to put that 1 in my showcase =0.. =D
46 and 2, are just ahead of me
23rd September 2004
They're okay, I think you went a bit overboard with scan lines, but they have that "clean-slate" style.
Thank you that means more than you think coming from a Advanced Member =D
Tring a grunge thing =D
well, it's refreshing to have two of the three be scanline free
The first one has a jagged edge on the bottom of the x-wing that freaks me out, but other than that looks good. Could do without the scanlines there again, not to mention how it's interfering with the text again.
The second one isn't bad, in fact, I like it. One problem there though is that the render is blended (I hate that word) in a rather unusual place; usually the front end of the motorcycle is the highlight and what you want to draw attention to, but it's faded and not very visible, so your focus is on the center/bottom of the bike, which isn't where your eyes should be going; it's very ackward . . .
The last one is my favorite; I like the text and like the render but this one is the opposite of the second in that it could use MORE blending of the render in certain areas.
It's coming along, some nifty sigs. Although, I'd like to see something a bit more unique, these are all styles that have been beaten to death by other people. Try to make your own original style eventually ;)
If you have to use scan-lines, here's a tip. Lower the opacity of the layer containing them to around 50%, or change the blending mode. Either way, they lines won't be noticeable by themselves, but they'll give the same effect you want, albeit subtely.