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WWII Signature Tutorial!

Discussion in 'Gimp Tips & Tutorials' started by Andrew95, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. Andrew95

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    Hello Everyone. Some of you may not know me, but I'm new to the GIMPER Community. I started off small, I was a complete rookie, to GIMP, but as time went on, I learned a lot. You may have noticed, yes, I created 'Andrew's Sig Tutorial.' And that wasn't really a 'good' signature tutorial. Now, I've stepped it up a notch, and I'm taking it big... to World War Two. In this signature tutorial, you will learn about smudge, layers, coloring, overlaying, picking, and many more things! Now... it's time to make sure you have all the right brushes and fonts needed before you start the tutorial!

    Before we begin, you will need some programs, fonts, and brushes.....

    Gimp - The GNU Image Manipulation Program: http://www.gimp.org/downloads/

    Font - 1942 Report: http://www.dafont.com/1942-report.font

    Brush - Please note, this is a .zip file that I created. This brush is not created by me!: http://files.filefront.com/Tutorial+Bru ... einfo.html

    Render - You will need an account at Planet Rendersv3 in order to see the full render.: http://planetrenders.net/renders/displa ... pos=-35172

    Render Two - Again, you will need an account.: http://planetrenders.net/renders/displa ... ?pos=-7592

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    Post your outcomes, thoughts, and... about everything.
     
  2. Ajit

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    Re: Advanced: WWII Signature Tutorial!

    a better sig from last time, but still quite simple.

    the lighting on this one is pretty nice though.

    anyways yeah on your next tut maybe you should add some foreground effects or blending techniques
     
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    not bad looks pretty good 8)
     
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    nice tut
    though can be still improved
     
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    cool. maybe add some effects though. very good for beginners too. nice work
     
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    :eek: Nice actually it's clear. I couldn't do better anyways. Lighting is great. the background looks pretty cool It like blends to WW2. Well done.
     
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    nice tut.
     

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