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hmmmm, much better.

Crackedearth1.gif

But I want to make it more realistic if possible, any suggestions?

Relief

Then resize a bit to get rid of the white border

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you could try a different angle (one where you can add more 3D effects), and maybe include some tones of light too, as it looks a bit flat.

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Hi Folks ... firstly ... after looking around before I post, WOW there are some excellent images on here :D

My avatar and this pic are my first (and 2nd) attempts on Paint.NET and both are lacking ... something :?

Any suggestions appreciated

WB

MANUTDAWAY22.jpg

ps. sorry if this in the wrong place :roll:

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Please help me, thanks.

My friends gave me some tips in improving my signatures. But I didn't know how to do them.

1.How do I sharpen my render?

2. How do I smudge my render in to the blackground?

These are the signatures that I'm going to use the tips on.

aqualsoulsiggeh-1.png

mushroomsiggeh-1.png

Bowersiggeh-1.png

mariomaniac.png

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Sorry Sabrown, I meant the user that posted just before Ash.

I'd commented on Ash's sig already, so I assumed he knew who I was talking to.

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from time to time by accident I stumble onto a pattern I find interesting. This is one of them, if it where yours where would you take this thing? In which direction does it need to head?

:wink: there's a brush I'm developing in here so lets see if the brush has any potential before I carry on any further.

inwhichdirectionshouldthisimagego.png

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Sorry Sabrown, I meant the user that posted just before Ash.

I'd commented on Ash's sig already, so I assumed he knew who I was talking to.

Yeah, I know :)

I already PM Sabrown about it.

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@Oma: i like your brush. Its could be used to create leafy things, e.g. ferns, plants and leaves. It could also be adapted to create other fancy flowery things. I see a good idea there, but i dont have a clue on how to adapt it.

Made a PSP on Paint.NET recently (99% on PDN, with images used for reference and the screenshot is an image too)

th_PSP.png

I was wondering on how to make it look more glossy and shiny as if it has a reflection on it, to make it more realistic.

Any tips how?

Thanks

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I was wondering on how to make it look more glossy and shiny as if it has a reflection on it

On the screen, you could make another layer, then add in a curvy white object and lower the opacity. I'm not sure how to say this in words...Let's try this:

On the screen layer, magic wand select anywhere outside the screen

Then invert the selection (ctrl-I)

Make a new layer (make sure your area is still selected)

draw a white line anywhere from the bottom to the top (and curve it too if you want)

fill the half you want the gloss in with white

then lower the opacity

Unselect the area

That could work for the basic PSP frame too. I hope that helped :)

If I was at home, I would post a screenshot or summin, seeing as my explanation seems kinda coarse..

You should add in a drop shadow too :wink:

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Worldnewser, Sabrown100, Ash:

Thanks for your tips.

@worldnewser: i vaguely get what your trying to say, but it would be very helpful of you posted an image, as it seems a bit "coarse" as you said.

@Sabrown100: i like the glare things you did, looks a bit more realistic..and i think i know to to make them.

@Ash: any ideas on how to create the shine on the image you posted? I'm clueless on how to do that.

Thanks all

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@Ash: any ideas on how to create the shine on the image you posted? I'm clueless on how to do that.

Select the screen part.

From top left of the screen use :RadialGradient: drag to lower right.

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I meant the shine on the body of the PSP, not the screen. Sorry. :(

I'm thinking of adding a reflection of something onto the body of the PSP.

Do you think it could work, i'll post it again soon.

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I meant the shine on the body of the PSP, not the screen. Sorry. :(

I'm thinking of adding a reflection of something onto the body of the PSP.

Do you think it could work, i'll post it again soon.

How about yourself? Like you are the one playing the PSP.

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Ok I've been working on my very first sig for a couple of days and I need some help on how to make it look better,

specificly I think the text needs some work..not sure what to change it to though, or mabye i should move it, I'm not sure. Im open to all suggestions though.

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Ok I've been working on my very first sig for a couple of days and I need some help on how to make it look better,

specificly I think the text needs some work..not sure what to change it to though, or mabye i should move it, I'm not sure. Im open to all suggestions though.

Kaiden I like it, I like the colours and the layout. Only suggestion is fix the border by making it a solid colour.

I need to know how to make the blood cells transparent (like Jello) and get that curve in the middle. Plus I also need some more suggestions on how to make it better.

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