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I think im getting better

Discussion in 'The Graveyard' started by COD Ninja, Jul 16, 2009 with 4 replies and 152 views.

  1. COD Ninja

    COD Ninja Enthusiast

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    Here is my latest work.
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  2. darkFX

    darkFX Member

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    Woah you got better but weres cod ninja?
     
  3. OP
    COD Ninja

    COD Ninja Enthusiast

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    Aww ya my bad. I am not good at text. Ill be putting my name on them from now on. :thumbup:
     
  4. KnOwN As FieRcE

    KnOwN As FieRcE Enthusiast

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    Very nice work man, let me know what you think of mine
     
  5. SiK GambleR

    SiK GambleR VIP VIP Retired

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    for a beginner not bad at all. DO NOT GET OFFENDED BY ANYTHING I SAY ITS CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM.


    the bottom one is over saturated. you have too many overlays, soft lights, etc on 100% opacity, try to lower opacities, erase parts, smudge parts, experiment.

    you seem to be working around the renders/stocks. not with them as much as u can. Don't be afraid to overlap the render/stock yyou use. cover parts, even directly manipulate parts. it seems like u may have filtered them, then just put them on overlay. not really showed what u did.

    try image > apply image on a new layer on the top, then **** with that layer .. erase parts, and set it on lighten.

    good luck, happy sig'n.
     

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