The Design Lounge

Cuddlez

Guest
yeah, when I finished it, I was happy, but I didn't really know where the main light source was- I was just hoping no one else would notice XD
 

nindel

Contributing Poster
Haha, I like where your work is going though :p

For that latest signature, the render might be a bit too far to the left, but it's a good improvement :3






Arghh, found an awesome tutorial on DA which I'd like to try out... only problem is that it's in Spanish! T_T

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Love the style though, wish there was an english version of this tut xD
 

Returned.

Guest
Uhm, thb I think the outcome is not really good :p
Matter of personal preference I guess.. don't like the comp and some colors.. + text.

Anyway, you should go to the planetrenders.net/forums and make an account and watch the free tutorial fora, there are lots of really good tutorials over there.
 

Night Terror

Guest
You can make out what the words are saying enough to follow the tutorial...

If you get stuck on a part I could try to figure out what he's done though.

I think the colours are quite nice, the comp could do with some work, and the text looks quite bad.
 

Dwarf Shortage

Guest
Does every have that 'special' thing that they add to their sigs, like their own signature thing when making a signature?

(Do ya understand me? =] )
 

Returned.

Guest
I don't really..
Well all my tags look pro so you know they're mine haha :3
Jk
 

tWillow

Guest
Do you mean like a copyright logo Dwarf? I don't normally unless they are going on deviantart
 

tWillow

Guest
Beat you by a minute nindel :p

But yes, I would have thought that you mean a watermark/personal copyright logo
 

Genetic Engineer

Guest
You want a graphics tablet with an inbuilt screen ... to be cheap ..... good luck mate :D
 

Dwarf Shortage

Guest
Nah guys, I meant like once you have done a sig, you might do a new+apply image, radial blur, desaturate, screen, lower opacity and erase focal? Just some typical things (just made one up there ) =]]
 

Rock Star Incorporated

Guest
Depends on the signature, sometimes I will look at the piece and notice it needs some more contrast, i then apply the image and burn/dodge. Other times I will notice the colours are a bit ott, and desaturate some with the sponge. Just depends on the sig really. I would recomend always experiementing with adjustment layers when your done, they can really make a piece look more complete in some cases.