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    Default New Sig, Critique needed.

    Well you all know the drill, I post my new(or atleast the last sig I worked on) and give me your opinions and maybe ways to improve.

    Before I continue both of these aren't finished products.


    Really looking for some opinions on the smudge work.


    Yeah, no where close to being done, but I can't think of where to go with this. So idea's are what I'm looking for.

    Once more, remember these aren't finished projects.

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    lay off the green smudges and find a good naturey render

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    Care to go into detail, because right now I've got no clue what you mean. As for the green smudge it's that color for a reason.

    Edit: I should probably also mention this is a stock and not a render.

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    i would add vines and various of different flowers around her

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    First one needs a better background.

    She knows how to party.

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    I actually like that green stuff, looks like smoke / paint to me, this seems rather abstract but ohh well, it's pleasing to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkAztaroth View Post
    I actually like that green stuff, looks like smoke / paint to me, this seems rather abstract but ohh well, it's pleasing to see.
    Yes thats exactly what it's supposed to be, smoke. Glad someone understands that. Though in all fairness I guess it doesn't look all that much like smoke at a first glance.

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    You have to work on your focals. It also lacks depth. I'd love to see these when they're finished though.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kluey View Post
    You have to work on your focals. It also lacks depth. I'd love to see these when they're finished though.
    ... I know this already. It's why I stated twice that there not finished pieces. Care to give your opinion on the smudge work on the first or have an idea to throw out for the second. (As in something I can do with the second piece, need ideas. )

    Edit: I should probably also mention my style of sig is to make the focal not be the sole piece of interest in the work, think of it like a painting. Of course for the time being I'm no where close to mastering this style of work, so my pieces will look rather "flat".
    Last edited by spiritorange; 06-12-2010 at 10:27 PM.

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    smudge work looks terrible, it looks like foliage rather than smoke, you have a good stock, so bounce off from there by using the stock itself to create the background.

    i can't even comment on the second one

    edit: if you want to pursue smuding, read through this tutorial http://www.sigtutorials.com/tutorial...udge-tool.html




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