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yes another projectFX XD

Discussion in 'Large Art' started by Cyrilshark, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. Cyrilshark

    Cyrilshark Active Member

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    taken what I learned from monsoonami's tutorial. :)
     
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    the "gimp" on top is just wrong in terms of lighting. just leave it in one brightish colour. no gradient!
     
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    Hey, that's cool! I like the gradient on the top text, and I especially like the bottom text. :)
     
  4. Cyrilshark

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    Thanks! ::)

    vT, theres no light source so the lighting can't be wrong...? ::p
     
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    Maffe811 The forum pet Staff Member

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    but it still seem vvrong :p
     
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    But how? ::p both the light areas (of the PFX text and gimp text) is on the top...? ;:p
     
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    no no no! se the "project" text has a gradient and seems shiny. therefore it reflects the light source. but theat also means the everything above it should be bright, not bright-to-dark! get it?
     

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