Goliath Sig, WIP

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dunno what else i should do, maybe add a pattern.

positive crits or comments?
 
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Can you try removing the brushing on the left of the stock for me? I think that'll make it look better.

... It's good though.
 
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psd ftw :)

should i try a pattern? vert lines, dots, anything?
 
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like X said, get rid of the brushing, dont add scanlines or dots or anything for that matter since they only ruin the sigs....finally you have a sig that the verticale background lines match but seriously...dont use them again >.< try brushing your background
 
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every time i brush my background people tell me its boring and its the same style blah blah.
 
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Are you gonna post it without the brushing or can I get the hell out of this thread?
 
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I wouldn't even bother, I like it as it is personally.
 
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I can STILL see the same brushes used -.- Remove the lines, and make the gundam/robot/whateveryouwanttocallit blend more.
 
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which same brushes? you mean the new pack i downloaded for this sig? yea, same brushes.
 
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But yeah.. I still think you should remove the lines on the sig.
 
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Tip: Do normal brushing underneath the pixel stretch, and then erase the stretch (with a 'fuzzy' brush, 50 opacity) to your liking. Then add a Curves layer.

Thats what I did with my Dante siggy, even if you may not notice it. Note that it is just a tip, not an order.
 

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