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    RELENTLESS Artwork - Now taking signature requests!

    Here is some of the work i've already done, i'm still pretty new but a few of my friends from GameRenders.com say i should take signature requests. So here i am, just supply me with a color scheme, stock/render, and any other details! ))(*














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    Huh, not bad, renders seem small compared to the canvas size though, in the first one the text isn't blended very well, but the second one it is, also the backgrounds seem bland, plain whatever, use some more brush strokes to liven things up in them .

    Pretty nice job, but try to make the canvas smaller next time if your gonna have a small render. Oh and I don't rate becasue it accomplishes nothing.

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    Very nice. Blending is perfect. Nice job. Also since you asked... 8/10 for the particular style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FryLock4
    Huh, not bad, renders seem small compared to the canvas size though, in the first one the text isn't blended very well, but the second one it is, also the backgrounds seem bland, plain whatever, use some more brush strokes to liven things up in them .

    Pretty nice job, but try to make the canvas smaller next time if your gonna have a small render. Oh and I don't rate becasue it accomplishes nothing.

    I Beat highly YES!
    I didn't use renders. Those are both stocks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Relentless
    I didn't use renders. Those are both stocks.

    Well then use more brush strokes around them .
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    Quote Originally Posted by FryLock4
    Quote Originally Posted by Relentless
    I didn't use renders. Those are both stocks.

    Well then use more brush strokes around them .
    For a stock image signature, you do not use brushes. Brushes are pretty much useless any way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FryLock4
    Quote Originally Posted by Relentless
    I didn't use renders. Those are both stocks.

    Well then use more brush strokes around them .
    No offense but im pretty sure you have no idea what your talking about, These are professional style sigs. Not mine or your kinda sigs. This is tiddlywinks style. Most professionals dont even use the brush tool. But very very nice sigs man. I especially like the second one.
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    Well whatever i've better things to do than argue about a signature picture.

    I never said I hated it or anything maybe I just think that style is weird because I've never seen it before in my life on any forums.

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    It's called emo style. And i'm no professional. about 2 months worth of photoshop is all I got. BTW I'm 13 years old if that makes any difference



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    ok made a new one ))(*





 
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