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  1. Legionenigmatics

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    This is pretty cool. However you need to work on the execution. The soft brushing isn't quite working atm and the thing that really brings this down is the fact that the shapes you've used have soft edges. When using this kind of style, make sure your shapes have hard edges.
     
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    well some of them were hard edges yet when sized up was LQ so i had to blur a bit (.4)
    the soft brushing where?
     
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    Why would you size up? Only ever size down. Also, idk if it's soft brushing but it's the "lighting" that you added. It looks really fake.
     
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    from a fractal

    and i sized up the px of my brushes because i want them in this format :p
     
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    Don't use brushes for this style. It makes it really hard to pull off and if not done correctly it looks really nooby. Use path/pen tool instead.
     
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    but with the pen tool takes imaginations of where the shape should be. as i did not have the shape idea in mind :D
     
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    Look at vectors and shapes while making your tag then. Premade brushes are for noobs and you don't need to be one. ; D Don't use them.
     
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    look at vector and shapes?

    you mean think of them?

    or.....look at shapes in general lol
     
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    why everything you do blurries...
    (throws a small fit)
     
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    smart remark eh willy :)

    you haven't seen all of the stuff though :|
     
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    to add to what 25k said, make your own brushes. look at other peoples vector brushes and recreate them in a higher quality (i.g. bigger)
     

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