Om nom nom nom nom Gfx!
I like the composition in the first one, but I'm not digging the colors so much.
Love the second tag though. Nice, simplistic use of shapes, great use of color, smexy extract :p etc.
I've been waiting on this thread for a while!
I love both of them, but something on the right side of the first one is bothering me. I think it's the lighting, but I can't really put my finger on it. As for the second one, I think it's perfect. I'm loving the text in both!
The second one looks the best
But the first one really catches my eye becase its in black and white
Your sigs are really good, and I'm jealous x: Sorry I can't provide more. I just think this one's pretty flawless, imo.
As for the first two you posted, the second one is my favorite. Very simple looking and cute. I enjoy the light colors.
Thanks for sharing..Hope to see more soon.
Both are smudging tags, and therefore a bit harder to actually pull off than usual. Now, if there's anything I have learned about smudging (mostly painful trial and error and sitting in awe are Midnight Rider) is that the best way to do is to section out areas based upon layers to their functionality. Here's basically what I find works well. Duplicate the stock image about 3 to 6 times. On the lowest on, you need to spread that one out as much as you can to cover up most of the tag. On the second one, you spread it out about half as much as the last one. And on the the 3rd one, you be light, and only try small little smudging on the stock to just make it blend properly.
Now, on each tag, you've smudged, but it cause flaws in the process. On the Dead Space tag, you only have one side smudged, and its way too clear that you did. It also doesnt blend very well with the rest of the image. On Bioshock, you have done the same thing, but little details get lost in it (like the drill and little pieces of the helmet). Another flaw is that the smudging is just a way too linear and not very colorful. I have found that the best solutions to that either adding in other images and smudging those in, or using effect bubble C4Ds to give a bit of illusion to the smudging.
Cool balance your so good i like the c4d :D that sticks on the body and even the
quality it doesn't even have a noise, Your text is cool also nice signature. :3
I like that!
I find you tend to cut off the effects at the sides by fading them away, thus having everything centered. Doesn't help the compo at all, try to just let the effects continue and not everything so centered.
I'm pretty sure I posted on this thread before.. But my post got deleted? strange.
I was wondering what Intuition GFX is.
I love your sigs.
lose the 5-10 odd pixel borders, considering your style with the sigs..
- make the sig less wide, you have effects, renders etc in the one spot, then outside that nothing really happens, have a go with a slightly less wide signature =)
- really nice effects!!
- different style with text to what i normally see, i like it ^.^ especially on your current sig (the one you wear)
I recognize the background stock in your latest :D
You did a very nice job with the lighting in my opinion.
The colors are borderline monotone, but with the way you have the rest of the tag setup it looks stylish
Like! The blending is quite nice. But I'd like to see a bit more contrast.
I LOVE YOUR STYLE <3 Especially this one. So simple and effective.
All of your sigs have amazing depth. You don't really blend in the traditional sense, but whatever you do, it works xD
I wanna eat- *ahem* see mawrz >:
DONT RIP......Really breaks your signatures. Some of your effects get lost. If you really want to avoid ripper, just use Tineye.com to back track where your signatures go. Its really more effective instead of using DONT RIP, because it makes the signature just as useless to you as it does anyone else. Nyah.
But because I like you so much, here's a suggestion. I dont like you use of color. They all look dull, or washed out, or monochromatic. Some more, some less, but the overall concept applies. Best solution is when beginning a signature, plan it all out, then dont use something you would otherwise normally use. For example, make a signature without using ANY adjustment layers. Another thing you could do, is when you have a C4D that doesnt really fit a stock, put it in anyway, but use Image > Adjustments > Hue and Saturation (or whatever) and make it fit.
There's really a lesson to be learned that it doenst matter what C4D package you download, its how you use them to makes things work for you.
I really dont think anything else is up for changes. Color would be nice, but if anything, I think your best option would be moving away from what you already know in favor of something else. Idea, make a signature literally from scratch. No stock images, no brushes, no nothing, just whatever you can do in Photoshop's defaults. Have fun.