Discussion in 'Signatures' started by iHumza, Mar 13, 2016.
Time doesn't matter its ******* art. 10/10 as long as you like it.
Lol this thread
Looks nice, keep it up~
Welp, I think it looks good, better than mine. I'm just saying that I'm pretty new to editing and this is a start. I could change the text however, I still have the project.
Thanks for the support, I'm gonna make it a bit shorter and change the text.
It's aight. Not bad but not top-quality. Maybe a 7.5/10
The size is good for a banner or something but for signature sizes they are good at 500x250
I recommend making something smaller if it's a sig (like 500x250px) and watching a lot of tutorials for photoshop, and doing them all separately - that way you'll get a range of different skills which will improve your overall ability and let you get used to how Photshop works
Thanks for the ideas.
I guess Righteouness ended someone's career.
Nevermind guys, don't try to protect me and say bad to others for me, just leave your opinions and advice, don't turn this into a roast session.
Then again, all of yours' nice and I'm currently fixing my sig, proceeding to close thread.
Umm, how do I close a thread? I'm an idiot and I'm new to controlling forums.
Dat pretty good
Just some friendly advice, next time you use a render, make sure it has the outlines on.
It overall looks better and doesn't poke out of the signature in a weird way.
Also, try using more fractals and color alterations to help blend the render with the background/make it stand out.
450x150 is my personal preferance for signature sizing, but again, just me.
Pretty sure he's new to this. So yeah.
Many newcomers spend a long while on projects even though they come out sub-par.. Considering they're beginners.
He got potential give him some slack :3
Your sig would look way cooler if it was all Completely different sets , like 3 of the sets uses the same pants , gg
Doesn't look that complex...
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