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VoltDate: Saturday, 18 Sep 2010, 5:13 PM | Message # 1
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did it in like 30 min so not very good.


 
DoudyxXxDubsDate: Saturday, 18 Sep 2010, 9:46 PM | Message # 2
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Try to take longer then, put some effects in it, blend it better, put some lighting. All these things make for a much better sig. Look up some tutorials, they help tremendously even if you only pick up a few things.

 
HIKOMASHUDate: Saturday, 18 Sep 2010, 11:10 PM | Message # 3
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i sure did

 
soulDate: Saturday, 18 Sep 2010, 11:25 PM | Message # 4
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same i watched every sig on this website from gimp to photoshop (used ps and used the gimp terms of what they did and use dit on gimp) then after i went to gimptuts.com, looked on youtube and everywhere else tuts HELP ALOT!!!!!!!!
 
HIKOMASHUDate: Saturday, 18 Sep 2010, 11:35 PM | Message # 5
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i know right

 
SiphenzDate: Sunday, 19 Sep 2010, 10:32 AM | Message # 6
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your render is way too small so the focal gets lost and the BG colors do not go well at all with the render. use colors similar to/same as your render and don't shrink your render so that it is boring and leaves a lot of space. this is very basic stuff.

 
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