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    Sonic023
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    Best of my work

    Post  Sonic023 on Fri Sep 02, 2011 4:19 am















    Newest are at the top Smile

    hope you guys like them

    and i expect good critics from zenron on what i need to fix in my works Smile
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    Re: Best of my work

    Post  Buscape on Fri Sep 02, 2011 6:01 am

    Wow,impressive works Dude Very Happy

    luvin that kind of art you make your Pulp Fiction Sig of Jules

    got great tags...keep it up
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    Re: Best of my work

    Post  zenron on Fri Sep 02, 2011 6:05 am

    You've posted a lot of sigs there, so it's hard to pin down any one sig for CnC. I'll try to give a good overview though.

    I think one of your main problems in these tags is the contrast(1,5,6,Cool. For a sig to look appealing, you have to have a good balance between light and dark, or the sigs will just look boring and the depth will be lessened because their is a lack of realism in the tag. Under-contrasting things can look good in some situations, but I don't think you're applying it well here.

    Another thing which I think you should work on is colour schemes. A lot of people when they haven't learnt otherwise tend to only use different shades of the same colour when they're making a sig, and this really isn't the way to go. You've done the same here(1,2,11,12). Try to incorporate more colour into your tags because a tag being "monochromatic" is kind of boring to be honest.

    Final thing that I think you need to work on is lighting. You have the same problem as Sonti on this one, so I'm just going to paste in the reply that I sent to him. "Soft brushing can work, you just need to change the colour of it to fit with your colour scheme. Then after you've done a little light brushing with it, try changing the layer mode around and seeing what the outcome is. I find colour dodge and linear dodge work well for this. You just need to work at it, because it does work for most sigs. Normally, what I do is turn the layer to colour dodge before I've done anything and turn the brush opacity down to 30%. Then I begin. That way I can get a lot more control over what the outcome is. Using the dodge/burn tool can help as well. It gives a more realistic feel to the lighting".

    Oh and, that vector is awesome man. Easily the best thing in the lineup you gave Smile.

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