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[bleach] Hirako love..

Discussion in 'Art Lounge' started by Bass, Nov 14, 2005.

  1. Bass dream chaser

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    Made a sig...bunch of variations and new things..

    V1.


    V2.


    V3.


    V4.


    V5.
     
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    v1....blend the stock better
     
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    I knew something was missing. Thanks.
     
  4. Angel Slayer I am hated.

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    The stock is low quality and it still has a few white pixels on the render.

    I guess I would pick sig three if I had to choose.
     
  5. chauronity ビリーバット

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    I'd go with v2, but i'm not too sure bout it cos i'm using a crappy monitor to rate it.
    I'll edit this if it was way too wrong.
    The contrast of the stock is fine, sig blends better and background works. I'd work with the colors, and take the typo of the 4th tag; it's the best imho.

    Improving, steadily improving. Keep on practicing and you'll become a good sig-maker.
     
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