Discussion in 'Heavenly Visions & Echoes' started by Kombatant, Apr 24, 2006.
I am a newb so be gentle with me
Background pic taken from cgtalk.com.
Hey K, it's very nice, maybe the text is too blended with the background. I'd like to see more contrast in general, but Jufo knows that's my problem
Anyway good work for a "newbie"
You mean like this?
Ya much better... Now just add a border (imho) and it's perfect
That's perfect Now "to the max" text should go like the title and one final touch would be removing the inner emboss effect in the big "K" and adding your beloved electrical rays
Just my opinion.
I agree, the inner emboss is not necessary, but it is a style choice really..
Adding the lightning is a toughie, mainly because it can easily look out of place; I am experimenting as we speak; thanks for your suggestions guys
Don't like it much tbh; any ideas?
Looks pretty good to me, i'd just move the lighting layer up, to melt it with the end of the big "K" and perhaps try a soft blue outter glow in the letter...
yea...give the K the same glow as the lightning and blend the lightning into the K
got that pic on my desktop! LOL lookin good
yes yes...glowing K please!!!!
forgive me, but is there some greek letters you can put into it?
oh never mind..LOL
..and especially for Falstaff, same sig with my name in Greek
really like it felos...good work!!
So this is it? No more suggestions? You think I actually made something good?
nah.. the lighting as it was... now it takes over the picture... but just give the K the same glow as the lightining... dont put the lightning more up...
I liked the lightening...
gave it some dramatic effect..
That's more subtle. Which do you prefer?
This one is just perfect, you've achieved something quite cool
It definitely looks better....subtle..hmmm......might try that...LOL
I really want to see his next one!!
GJ it was fun to se it progress through the posts, quite an improvement and it always help PS skills to try lots of different things and it has a nice out come congrats.
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