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Mr. Whitlow

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#1 13 years ago

OK, conisdering my previous thread being locked (Sorry Fraggeh), I've decided to make a thread with a lot more of my sigs that I made, on quite a lot of them it says Price, that's my second alias which I use for COD, I would've taken it here but couldn't for it was gone already. Anyway, onto the sigs. This one I made quite early and I went a bit over the top on the sharpening, the render I got from a site because back then I didn't know how to do my own. pricesig1ps.jpg This one was also quite early, I was beginning to brush and knew filtering, got it together and got this: veryneatsig0bg.jpg This I made for a freind, it's very colorful... Some people love it some people hate it. Looking back, the font wasn't the best and could've had better positioning but it was also early on... Infact, my earliest here. currysig0gy.jpg This was slightly recent, about 2 or so weeks ago, I like the Style on the Price myself and I know there are some edges on the render. Nicesigwithcoolbgrdandrender.jpg Oh, and of course, Comments + suggestions please.




Mr. Whitlow

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#2 13 years ago

Wooohoo finally did a new sig for myself. newsigeditedformr1go.jpg Comments are appreciated, I'm still making minor adjustments.




Kadaj

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#3 13 years ago

Try and blend the images in more, try using the lasso tool with a feather of about 20 px. Also having images the same/close to the color of the background helps to blend aswell.




Mr. Whitlow

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#4 13 years ago

OK thanks for the advice, I thought that too about the middle picture but the left one seemed OK to me, used a 30px magnetic.

I'll also change the blending modes to make them blend in more like you said.

Edit: Deleted the middle picture since it wasn't gonna work, moved the left picture in and changed the blend mode to darken which I think helps a bit.

newsigeditedformrwhitlowwithbl.jpg

P.S. I like the new quick edit.




Sindrevike

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#5 13 years ago

Add a border. Maybe set the render layers to luminosity. Anything else would be too much of a complete overhaul and would just make it a different sig.




Myth

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#6 13 years ago

That background just needs to go... Bad color choices as well.




Mr. Whitlow

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#7 13 years ago

Yeah, I kinda fucked it up on colors wise and I went crazy... Kinda regretting it now, but it's always good to get more experience. I think I need to practice on my backgrounds and use less colors.

Might get something new out soon.

Oh and thanks for all the commnents, good and bad. ;)




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#8 13 years ago

Its cool man as long as you like it that's all that matters anyway. I don't know anything about making these stuff but best thing to add a border like Tap says.




Mr. Whitlow

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#9 13 years ago

Yeah, I was going to add a border but I didn't and haven't yet had the time to do so.

Update on sig: I deleted the BG layer and made a new BG layer, redid it over with some black on white then a new layer with a little white on black. I think the pic goes better this way. mrwhitlowsigforgfupdateontadmo.jpg




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#10 13 years ago

Much better, although i do like some color in sigs, it looks much better than your older one. The colors just didn't go, and before that the images didn't blend.

Try some blending techniques and keep working on it.