Help to Advance my work

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  1. Techenix

    Techenix Member

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    I really want help to advance my signature art work. I want my work to look like the way good users make them. Here are examples:

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    How may I proceed with this work? Any videos or tutorials?
     
  2. Ajit

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    what exactly are you asking ???

    btw nice to see you back ;)
     
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    How can I make my signatures look similar to those? Like a professional type to make it more specific. I think mines are still n00bish.

    Ill never forget this forum. Its In my PlayStation signature at us.playstation.com forums. lol
     
  4. Siddharth

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    the signature is not much but the use of correct renders and combination of some filters
    for that lined bg use the pattern "Warning!" and decrease the opacity
    you can use the light and shadow filters for light effects
    and give a final touch by gloss to the sig :)
     
  5. tripwire45

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    I think that SVX-Zexion is looking for something more specific, such as a step-by-step tutorial (possibly video) as to how those effects are accomplished.
     
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    Yes... yes I am.
     
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    Glad not to be the only one looking for those 2 lol :D
     
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    THERE WE GO! Perfect! Thank you Sglider.

    And thanks for replying anyways Siddharth! ^_^
     
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    You're welcome SVX!!
     
  11. Techenix

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    Its Xeon_110 now. Sorry, had a change.
     
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    Actually, Xeon has an atomic number of 54. The artificial chemical Darmstadtium has an atomic number of 110. Of course, Darmstadtium was first created on November 9, 1994, so depending on how old you are, you may be about the same age. ;)

    Sorry, it was the first thing that popped into my head. :-[
     
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    Dork. LOL!!!!! Kidding. It sounds very cool though.
     

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