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Last edited by YukiKuran; 06-18-2011 at 07:05 AM.
Please be nice im still a newb.. and i dont have PS atm.
View more of my siggys and things here :
Last edited by FlashD; 05-16-2011 at 08:13 AM. Reason: Your DeviantArt account should be placed into your signature.
You definitely have certain glowing and some blending techniques down, but these signatures still show a good many amateur-esque qualities. If you are using a browser-based signature 'generator', I'd suggest you stop using it because you'll almost never be able to make anything of excellent quality in it. Instead, you should download GIMP - the GNU Image Manipulation Program. GIMP is akin to Photoshop in many ways and can even read .abr files (Photoshop's distinctive files for downloading brushes), but unlike Photoshop GIMP is free.
-Download GIMP from the software's website here:
-And learn the ins-and-outs of GIMP so you can craft some neat signatures and some other fun things like wallpapers.
If you ever want personal feedback on your signatures or you need some guidance in your GIMP studies, feel free to drop me a Private Message or Visitor Message. Good luck!
You're scaling things weird, keep the aspect ration. The first ones I don't like the fuzzy edges, the look weird to me. Also with all of your sigs you can try to move the characters a bit more to the middle and the text next to the characters, others wise great job and keep up the good work. Also try to save them as png, I heard the quality of jpg's gets worse as you save them but I'm not sure also png offers transparency and perfect quality.
EDIT: Definately get GIMP, a lot of people here use it and it rocks, I use, Zenister uses it (she's wicked good at it), SKillҽⱤ, and AG uses it.
Last edited by Xeyuzio; 05-14-2011 at 11:05 PM.
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They're pretty good for a beginner, but keep in mind that when you scale small images up, it makes them really pixelated. Also hold shift when you're scaling by corners so that it doesn't distort. Other than that, you're off to a pretty cool start.The last three are definitely your best out of the bunch though, keep it up and try some new stuff!
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i am still a beginner for the most part have gotten better at them.
These look nice. <3; Love the swirly designs on some of them.
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