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  1. Its hilarious how you think you just got a major victory when its a 8px border not 10. Point being, Don't act like your the king of signatures when you haven't made a decent thing in over a year. Another thing, You can't "blend" a 1 px border. I'ts a border. It holds the damn signature in place and thats about it. And saying its a "noob" signature means nothing because it was made by you at some point, and still used a 8px border, the fact thats its a couple months old is totally irrelevant. So why don't you just leave me and my borders alone alright?

    Omfg, man, you are hilarious. All I did was give you cnc to improve your sig making, lol.

    I am not acting as if I am the king of signatures, pelase understand that. You were the one who couldn't take a little constructive criticism and decided to argue about some completely pointless stuff. In fact, you are the one criticizing me now by saying I haven't made any decent stuff for over a year. I even added a nice little :) at the end of my post just to make my cnc seem more constructive.

    I don't get why saying it's a noob signature means nothing...? So does that mean you can just randomly go to someone's gallery, find the oldest and noobiest signature there and start criticizing them for it? I think not...

    Now why don't we stop this pointless little arguement and get on with rating sigs...?

  2. "Me using 10px borders...? LOL LMFAO"

    Straight out of your gallery.

    goodfight.png

    That's not even 10px. A tip, get your facts rights everytime before you attempt to pwn someone.

    If you hadn't noticed, I haven't updated my gallery since ... March? Those sigs are old there. You're picking noob sigs in a gallery that hasn't been touched for ages. I'm not saying that adding borders is a noob thing to do, but if you add a border on a sig and the two don't even blend, that's the problem.

  3. Hate to break it to you but, i rarely ever see people use fractals in their sigs.

    Also, the border is grey actually. And i dont think a one px grey border can ruin a sig. After looking at some of your 10 px border sigs i laugh when you suggest i don't use a border at all.

    That's your problem if you have never seen people use fractals in sigs. You don't have enough of an exposure into gfx at all.

    Me using 10px borders...? LOL LMFAO

  4. Stone85 gmv. Ima do a detailed explanation and cnc lol

    Stone85: You're definitely improving. You have some nice effects. Your colours look simple and they can blend with the render and the background. However, the black fading outline/border in the on the edges of the sig does not fit with the sig and ruins it. Your text is still at a beginner's stage so may I suggest you not to add text to your sigs. I'm not goingto point out that the render looks stretched because it's not really that important. Keep reading some basic signature tutorials and if you really want to get into makinng small art, start vising more forums. :)

    PsychoHarmonic: From what I can see, you have a nice potential. It's great you're using some simple stocks to make your sig. Though if I were you, I wouldn't have used that concept. Those colours don't fit and they look very random. The text ruins the whole sig also. As I said to Stone above, read more basic tuts. :)

    Stone: 2

    Psycho: 0

    Anyone wanna battle me next round...?

  5. Render doesn't really blend with the background. This kinda render requires some kinda techy "wow factor" so you should add more c4d's and not to mention start using fractals and maybe start adding this thing called fx. Black border ruins the sig. A tip, don't add borders for now. Keep working, gj :) 6/10

    And since PsychoHarmonic didn't rate Chris', following rate Chrisco97's sig. :)

  6. The images in vector art are basic and simplistic, consisting of lines, points, polygons, and curves. Vector art is akin to the type of imaging typically used to create cartoon images found in comic strips. In addition, vector art is typically used to create business logos and signs, making them easy for the brain to remember.

    But that sig isn't vector art if you ask me...

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