Signatures down Further, EDITED..
Signatures down Further, EDITED..
Try taking any one of these, and adding a C4D behind the render. Then play with the blending options of the C4D until you find an effect you like. Then look for an Effect C4d like this (or use that one. its up to you), put it on top of the whole sig, set the blending options to "Screen" and then resize and/or re position the effect till you like the way it looks.
Finally (on the layer that has the light effect), press Ctrl+U, this brings up "Hue/Saturation." Toward the bottom right of this window, it says "Colorize" with a checkbox to its left. Click that. Now you can play with the color of the lights to your hearts content by changing "Hue, Saturation, or Lightness."
If you want the lights to shine brighter, just duplicate the layer. And if thats too bright, change the opacity on either layer.
I'd recommend you try working with a smaller size when you're learning. Once you get some stuff down to routine, go ahead and do bigger things.
The sig i made for you was 450x220.
Heres what i want you to try. Make a sig that combines a character and fire.
Doing this sig taught me more than any other one i've done.
Okay, this thread belongs in the signature section firstly.
Secondly, you have little no mastery of even the BASIC photoshop skills. The proportions of all your renders appear choppy or messed up which indicates you dont even know keep a consistent size as you scale. Your tags themselves are all extractions on backgrounds, not very imaginative, and lack flow, blending, contrast, balance, depth, etc.
Really, you need more practice.
Well, Not sure if I'm posting in the right area, Tho i think I am. if not my apologies
Anyways, Since I'm still VERY new with the whole GFX scene I'd like some Tips, with the provided Image i made below, Like what i did wrong and right, .-.
"Obviously need too work on my Liquify skills"
Not the best in the world.. >.<
But ayeee who cares ^.^
I'm not an expert myself but I would like to offer a tip:
First off, I like how you used the matching colors to your subject and background. Your real issue is blending as there isn't any whatsoever. If you plan to make good GFX, you need to make your subject blend in. There are many ways to blend so you should look it up.
@Kyo Kudo We only allow one gallery thread per user. Unlocked your original gallery thread and merged them. Since this is a signature I moved it from Dazzle Us.
Little Improvement i guess.
i'd suggest spending some quality time with youtube.
Anyways.. another signature.
I get them from deviant artQuote:
Originally Posted by Kaleohano:2722828
Nice sigs, you're latest ones are good. Would like to see you use some new colors going on. I see a lot of rainbow going on. Keep up the good work ^^
Its simple, but it does a very very excellent job at making the most of it. By far i'd say this is your best one yet.
It's alright for a start. However all 5 look exactly the same and no variety whatsoever. Some white text, blurred background, extraction, color overlay. Not overly complicated. However with that said there's still room to grow.
Updated, took a break from making signatures, thought i'd give it another go now..
Also,... I'd like separate feedback with this one... not sure how it came out.. little help? also some text you think would fit it?... "Not a big fan of it tho..."