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    blurring ain't doin' it for me tbh. Needs a bit of work on the depth and the lighting is probably a bit OTT.

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    I sincerely hope that everyone isn't taking this too seriously.

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    blurring depth is boring depth
    niggga needs less monotone


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    Quote Originally Posted by Faux View Post
    You just fucking learned that term, and you barely even know what it is.
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    - Work with the flow a bit here. It is very apparent around the focal, but it is lost on the blurred background.
    - Try working with the depth as well a little more, rather than just blurring and sharpening focal.
    - There is a somewhat visible light source, but it is lost in the fractals around his head.
    - Mess around with the burn and dodge tools a little more and the light source will become far more superior

    7/10, not bad, but could definitley support more improvements.

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    there is no main lighting source, the only light there is, is coming from the fractials.
    the renders doesnt fit the bg IMO.

    and you should try making the render look as though it was made with the background, because the render is so dark, and the fractials are so light.


    Quote Originally Posted by gamer4evere View Post
    Yes master jedi... xD
    Kid, you are starting to piss me off, you come to our threads and spam.
    when we gfx artists post our artwork on MPGH we expect CnC.

    if you dont have any CnC to give, then dont post.

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    blurring/sharpening is bomb
    blow me haters

    but thx for everything else

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    Sorry for the late reply on this Hyakster.

    Ok as always I'm gonna be honest with you here, so don't take it the wrong way.

    There is a noticable change in that regular type of grunge like style you use,
    the sharpened effects around Kakashi don't seem as messy.
    Though I gotta say that they are still too sharp.
    You would think that sharpening would add definition, and this is true if used carefully,
    but if you over sharpen, you actually end up losing definition, especially when dealing with bright colors like this.

    Next tag you make try this.

    When you apply your image and add your sharpen layer,
    go to Edit/fade sharpen
    reduce it to about 50 % erase the edges of your effects, and also the sharp edges of your render.
    Obviously you want to erase the sharp from your bg as well.

    I also agree with Sam. Too monochrome, and that's kind of a pattern.
    I know this sounds like noob advice, but I still look at a color wheel every once in a while.
    Try to incorporate more colors into your work, because even subtle additions make a world of difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Sorry for the late reply on this Hyakster.

    Ok as always I'm gonna be honest with you here, so don't take it the wrong way.

    There is a noticable change in that regular type of grunge like style you use,
    the sharpened effects around Kakashi don't seem as messy.
    Though I gotta say that they are still too sharp.
    You would think that sharpening would add definition, and this is true if used carefully,
    but if you over sharpen, you actually end up losing definition, especially when dealing with bright colors like this.

    Next tag you make try this.

    When you apply your image and add your sharpen layer,
    go to Edit/fade sharpen
    reduce it to about 50 % erase the edges of your effects, and also the sharp edges of your render.
    Obviously you want to erase the sharp from your bg as well.

    I also agree with Sam. Too monochrome, and that's kind of a pattern.
    I know this sounds like noob advice, but I still look at a color wheel every once in a while.
    Try to incorporate more colors into your work, because even subtle additions make a world of difference.
    tl;dr .jk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyak View Post

    tl;dr .jk
    Emmer effer.

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