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4/10

the images dont go well with the BG u cant see some of the black txt due to the shadowing in the sig and the images just really dont look rite
 

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ewwww

images and BG really clash, plus the wireframe of the model brings it down even more
2/10
 
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a 2/10 :0 Well, I like it, so I keep. Thanks for comments anway. I suck at making sigs with my models in them, or making sigs period :/
 
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I suck at making sigs too so I'd give it a 6/10 its a little hard to see the name of the person. Change the color of the lettering or just add a glow to both of the words.
 
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*/me falls off seat* (that's gonna leave a scar)
erm.. i dont like it, but at least u trying ..and if u like it u should keep it!
(and ppl who are going to say that mine suxx..well i like mine)
 
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There is only one way to create sigs that include your own model.

-Your model needs to be in the view (not only the eyes)
-Your model needs to be skinned (model only looks crappy)
-Your model needs to be posed (rendered whatever you wanna call it, but a guy standing with his legs spread and arms wide, just looks boring, but a guy (for example) standing in a cool stance with a sword or something looks way cooler)

After that you need to make a nice bg and blend the model in it, otherwise...it will just look stupid
 

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