How would I go about doing this? I dont see how grunge should be bright when grunge is meant to be dark.Hwoarang said:I think if the BG was considerably brighter... it would look a lot better.
I have never played this game before so Im just going off the image, Phantom you would think would be dark so there for I put the image in a grunge background.Goten-son said:ya second one is much better but try to make a different bg, maybe a more "smokey" look since the phantom has a small after image on him in the game and also has a lil smoke wondering about under himself around the heart ball
Im totally confused, Im a noob at doing stuff like this that is why most of my work is so dark.Hwoarang said:There's no way... you had to have done it wrong. Just make sure you flatten the image, then copy it to another blank .psd, unflatten the original BG, then drag the copied version over the original. Then try it.
Well Im not use to making anything bigger then 400x120 so my grunge work obviously needs to improve on a bigger canvas.owa said:It is nice, I enjoy it...
Grunge doesn't have to be dark. It just has to have the grunge elements. Such as choppiness, with a dirty, and an unorganized setup that is strangely organized in a weird way. It has hard to explain, but grunge doesn't equal dark.