So i have been toying whit photoshop for about 2 weeks now and i have decided
to put som of my "serious" work here, Enjoy:)
Realy messed this one up:(
though i didn't want to mess it all up so i left it like this
#1 is the best out of those, I like the use of filters on it. Very nice job for only two weeks, took me much longer then that to make any decent sigs. :P
Here's another one
One thing i'm noticing in your sigs is that it seems as if you are adding a lot of emphasis to the background and just adding the render on the side where it doesn't get much lookin' at. The back ground is supposed to bring out the render, and make it look better then it originally did, not hide the render away in a corner forgotten.
Here's what I mean:
See how I made it so that the render is popping out because of the effects around her. Also she's not blending in so much you can't see her, but she's not popping so much as to kill the background and effects.
Just a thought, thought you might want some constructive criticism.
now when you mention it, your absolutely right
don't mind some criticism, helps me improve my work:)
So i followed your advice and came up whit this
And that I think is your best sig so far. The effects are cool and the flow is nice. Very nice job on that one. :]
Heh thanks, Huge amount of hugs and kisses.
anyway tried to reduce my posts here before i've made 2 or more
though have been short of time and so far only made the one im using atm
Your current one is the better of the two I think. Using the space and negative space very nicely and it makes it flow a lot more then the other one.
For the frozen one, it seems a bit off to me. The lack of detail in the upper left side kills the rest of the sig in my opinion. This also has to do with lighting problems. The lighting should be coming from what looks like his upper left side almost behind his head. But you've got lighting all over the sig making it very chaotic.
Look at this:
The lighting should be coming from exactly where the picture is brightest, to where the lighting shows on everything in the picture. in this sig, my lighting came from the right, so I put in a 100px soft brush on white to add it as lighting. After I finished that I just added lightening and darkening where I thought it was needed to add depth and flow to the entirety of it all.
I circled his face because thats a key point in telling the direction of the lighting. if his face was brightened on the right side but i put the lighting on the left side it would have killed the sig. I also put red lines to show the flow of the lighting. Lighting is just as important as flow, depth, and color scheme in a proper signature. Practice makes perfect though. keep going with it! Your already a very good sig maker. :]
Thanks Gogo, you have really made me improve:)
Also feel free to use any of my work (even those whit my name on, if you want that:D)
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