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    Default First Ever Go With The Pen Tool.

    So yeah, I just went mad with it, just trying things out..

    I'm not going to use it, but i just thought I would show you guys for you to take the piss


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    I think that's not too bad for a first test run actually. I like the bit to the right, makes a good pattern.

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    use more vivid colors and contrast

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    I don't see anything on that image. Just random figures and colors.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKKDARK View Post
    I don't see anything on that image. Just random figures and colors.
    It's not supposed to have anything specific in it.

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    Keep working with it. The pen is a great asset if you can use it.

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    Like he said. Also very useful if you want to get into vector art/design or producing clean clipping paths round objects in photo editing software.

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    Another tip, Don't use ANY solid colors.

    Even if it is only a slight one, use a gradient on EVERYTHING.
    -The background
    -All the shapes
    -The border
    -Even the text
    -Everything.

    That alone will make this sig look a lot more contrasted, colorful, and better in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy4point0 View Post
    Another tip, Don't use ANY solid colors.

    Even if it is only a slight one, use a gradient on EVERYTHING.
    -The background
    -All the shapes
    -The border
    -Even the text
    -Everything.

    That alone will make this sig look a lot more contrasted, colorful, and better in general.
    Interesting, thanks for the tip dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy4point0 View Post
    Another tip, Don't use ANY solid colors.

    Even if it is only a slight one, use a gradient on EVERYTHING.
    -The background
    -All the shapes
    -The border
    -Even the text
    -Everything.

    That alone will make this sig look a lot more contrasted, colorful, and better in general.
    a gradient on everything?... i disagree

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