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There have been 52 items by lit0ua (Search limited from 20-February 19)
PS: It'd be better is the clan is purely F2P.
Also the guy on the back looks completely weird compared to his fellow signature-mates. Do everyone equally, with or without outlines but the same for everyone.
What is that things the guy is standing on? Also, knowing what was requested to you might help us give you suggestions on the background.
Can't really comment on the digipaint since that kind of art is unknown to me.
I don't tend to use many shades, if any. It's my style of work and I'd appreciate if you didn't comment particularly on that.
People don't come here to get pampered, as The Gallery we put things bluntly. I have never seen you in The Gallery before so please, let The Gallery be The Gallery and don't try change it.
I have probably been here longer than you. I don't post very often now, but if you go back some pages, you'll find plenty of my posts and art alike (which I'm not very proud of anyway).
I for one am tired of people taking a factual or a 3D render and a picture from a game and pasting them into something and calling it "art". It's offensive really. I'm talking about a lot of the gallery in general though, not necessarily just the OP.
I agree, though it's what newbies generally do when they try "art". I used to do it myself, though I kind of grew out of it thanks to the CC and the welcome the gallery gave me. If you're new here, and when you post something you get flamed, it's probable you'll never post again and stop making "art". It's kind of our duty to be nice to the newcomers, I'm not saying we don't have to criticize their work.
Who knows, he in the future may be as good as some people here. We just need to give him a chance.
Way to scare both the Topic Author an Dallas alike from the Gallery, guys. LowFatMilk said he was new to the graphics universe, and he posted some of his art.
No. The last thing we need is people like Dallas claiming they have the knowledge required to help someone in this area and then doing the complete opposite. His work is awful, and that's the truth. If we have to be nasty, so be it.
Dallas didn't help him much artistically, but psychologically. We can't just go "that's horrible" like nothing, specially on the newer artists. We don't know how they take criticism. I understand that you have to be able to take it to post here, but god, he has like 15 posts, he most probably didn't even know how people are here.
Resuming: No need to be an [wagon]-hole when posting, specially with the new guys. No need either to flame Dallas, as Ouchy well said and you well quoted him, Art is an opinion, he may have liked the TA's work.
On the pieces:
-I'd suggest looking for some Text that matches the signature/theme. As Dallas suggested, Dafont.com is good.
-The 2nd one needs some smudgier edges, the choppiness ruins it. I suggest you use the Smudge Tool to try to make the Render merge with the Background, and not just look like it was pasted on it.
-Try finding C4D's that match with your render, or vice-versa. Alternatively, you can Smudge a nice BG, then add the render and smudge again.
-Look for Tutorials on the Net, they help you a lot; telling us which Graphics Program you're using helps us help you a lot more.
Just keep practicing, and don't give up. Don't mind if people flame you, remember you're doing this because you like doing it.