My Sig Attempt

Discussion in 'Virtual Bodyshop & Photoshop Requests' started by Greggerex, Dec 16, 2006.

  1. Greggerex

    Greggerex Active Member

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    Hey Folks...

    I haven't had much experience with Photoshop, but I didn't have anything better to do today and I figured my old sig (done in MS Paint) needed to be replaced... :santa_wink:

    What do you think?

    Any suggestions or comments?
     
  2. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Looks good.

    I like the leaf, and the cleanness of it.

    Suggestions: the spacing of the car's is kind of close IMO.
    Just needs a little balance.
    I like it.
     
  3. Greggerex

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    Thanks for the feedback Dal.

    So... do you mean that I should move the foreground Stang more to the left? :santa_cheesy:
     
  4. Dalamar

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    Well, it all kind of flows together.
    maybe move the car's and logo around, try different sizes.

    Just my opinion.
     
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    Not to bad for a first siggy. You shoulda seen mine.
     
  6. ARdoller

    ARdoller -Never Forget-

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    my suggestion to you is, dont make it so big.

    its harder to fill empty space, and easier to notice any possible mistakes/flaws.

    i dont know if this site has a maximum size limit for sigs, but i notice one of the other sites im on, all the people new to photoshop/sig making tend to make them the maximum size. i dont find it necessary to do that because then youre finding yourself trying to fill space that isnt needed in the first place.

    try starting out smaller, and if you need more space then add some more.

    the one you made transparent, you must have made transparent for a reason, so why make it so visible? you should maybe decrease the opacity, and maybe give the background some kind of pattern/texture/picture to help blend away that transparent picture.

    here's some examples of what i mean:

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  7. r_suh

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    i need photoshop :santa_sad: