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They are ok for your first two, but even then they lack even the basics creativity. Just a few brushes thrown together without much thought on a background and a stock placed on top and calling it a day basically.
You really need to work on your signature sizes as well. The size you used does not compliment the stocks and what is going on in the signature at all. I think you'd do better with something a bit better.
The brushes you currently have are not very good. They have beginner written all over them. Try out Deviant Arts PS [or gimps] brush area to find better ones. You need to stockpile on brushes. Need to learn to hord resources! All GFX'ers have a mega stash of resources. Like I for instance have 184 different brush packs that I've gained over the years.
Also textures are your friends too, try piling up on textures! And lastly- foreground, middle ground, and background. Per beginner usual you only have 2/3. Think of the signature as a canvas and you're painting. Any art teacher tells you about foreground, middle ground, and background that same principle applies to making a signature better as well. You have the background which is self explanatory, the middle ground which will be your stock, and lastly some foreground to help BLEND it into the background so it doesn't look just "stuck there on a whim"
Continue to have fun and mess around with it! But try to keep those stuff in mind. Try incorporating a tip/advice one at a time into a sig and take things slow until you're able to do all of them in one sig. Look forward to seeing more works.
After you feel comfortable with finding your "style" of doing things and your comfortable with your program try looking up tutorials on DA, there's plenty! But I wouldn't recommend that until you're situated.
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Wow, i really like them, i'll pass on a tip i was given when i first got here. The simplicity you show almost solves the problem i see, yet you might want to make the person or thing your sig is focused around more of the focus xD In your first and third sigs, they are far in the corners and in your second and third they are being covered almost. I LOVE YOUR STYLE THOUGH! I love your sigs and i woudnt actually change them. Just ideas.
Though i bet you wanted them that way
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Hey an thanks for the tips these are just really me playing around in photoshop still learning it all and they came out better then expected lol glad you liked them.
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