Unconventional

Discussion in 'Signatures and Small Art' started by Kynlox, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. Kynlox

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    well, i do like the bg colours and the space feel to it. However the foreground is messy and sees to be done in 5 seconds. upon second look the bg almost looks like an eye 8) the green in the foreground doesnt go well with the warm tones of the bg. i think that it would be best to scratch the white "scribbles". they distract too much from the current focus (the white sphere). the text is very good imo. Personally i like sigs to be a bit bigger ...
     
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    It's supposed to look messy ;)

    I've tried to remove the green, though to fully get rid of it I would have had to re-do the entire thing.

    I'm also a fan of smaller sigs :p
     
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    to get rid of the green you could just make a new layer on to of everything and paint over the green in like red or orange or something, then set the blend mode to "color"
     
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    Or you could use hue and saturation and only change the green channel.
     

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