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i made them 640x480 so it doesn't get to big, if you guy's like it then i'm gonna make it bigger.
whitch collor one do you like the most :D




so witch one do you like mmm, critz are welcome :D
 
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Me likes the last one (purple) Better then all others! It looks best to Kairi also it looks better because its Kairis Natural hair color!
 
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Yes, good, but easy....I would suggest making it more...alive...
 
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It's pretty good as a beginning. I think there should be more contrast as there aren't really any solid darks or lights. The cutout on the logo is a little rough as well. That may be because the original you had was rough, I don't know. Cutouts are tricky in the beginning, just keep practicing and you'll get better.
 
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blend in the letters better. it just looks like a bad quality cutting job. it's easy and clean, so not that bad for starters. however never start out a wallpaper on 640*480. always just make it atleast 1024*768, and if you wanna show it on the forums. crop it to 640*480, so you don't have to remake it to get it larger.
 
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played a bit with efects.
 

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somehow those effects seem to work with thr image. Good job, still could be better, but for a starting wallpaper it is nice
 
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I would recommend staying away from filters and effects. I really think they cheapen your work. Most of us know how filters work, and I think it distracts from the beautiful artwork you are using. I really envy Tetsuya Nomura, he's got such an amazing grasp on costumes.
 
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let me gues, you use photoshop.
i dont let the program do ALL the work so i use paintshop, that's for real pro's becours it doesn't do all the work but let the creator do the most work.
 
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I have a hard time buying that as I am unaware of any professionals that use Paintshop Pro. The point is moot anyway since it's really not the tools that make the artist. And, of course, in the end the majority of photoediting programs are basically the same anyway. I use Photoshop for work related things because it is the industry standard, no way around that unfortunately. For my own stuff I use Corel Photopaint, which I find to be more intuitive and less ungainly than PS.

What it comes down to is that a filter is a filter regardless of the program and when it's as obvious as that I think it's too much. The way you used the texture in the first batch is much better I think. It's still a filter, but it's subtle enough that it enhances the feeling you're going for without taking away from the line-art.
 

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