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    I've only doing this for about 3-4 months so bare with me. Tips would be appreciated.

    I made these for some people at another forum I go to




















































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    Good stuff, my only tip is just to keep up the good work and stay motivated. Eventually, you'll naturally learn new things through expirence. Good-Tutorials.com is good place to learn how to do things though.


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    All I did was add the gray with color replacement. Everything else is from the original pic.

    Wouldn't that change the others too?
    Last edited by Mr. X; 10-07-2007 at 11:49 PM.

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    what do you mean?



    my fav

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    haha same here

    If I did the digi color thing, would it change the others colors, like the red, black?

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    well you can do whatever u want. its like coloring in a coloring book. my point is for u to practice shading and highlight cause i see you like to color b/w art.

    heres some shit i did a while back


    Last edited by STYLE; 10-08-2007 at 07:21 PM.

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    Nice work, you should try making a smaller size signature, you might find it easier to work with, download some font/brushes, look up www.good-tutorials.com to uplift your creative skill. best thing to do is taking your time and playing around.

    look up various styles like vector, abstract, simple, technical, animation if your would like to learn.

    my 2 cents,
    Peace homie


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    I completely forgot how I made the Guile sig.

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    Nice though the render needs work.


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    I didn't use render.

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    Nah, the render is basically the object that your working on and woring around.


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