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Yeah very cool background. This is actually a really nice start, and with a few minor changes could be very slick. 

 

First, bring the text in a bit closer to the render, maybe overlapping a bit.

 

Next, make a new Layer and go Image > Apply Image (this should make a copy of the whole sig). Then go Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen. Erase some parts around the text if they're too sharp. 

 

Then make a new Layer above everything and fill it with light grey, (around #B3B3B3) then set it on Multiply. Erase some parts around the render's face and the text to make those parts focal points.

 

Then go Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Exposure, then set it to Exposure: 0, Offset: +0.0165, Gamma Correction: 0.9.

 

Finally make a new layer above everything and set it on Soft Light and 70% Opacity. Using a large, soft brush use black and white to create some lighting (dark in the background and light around the render). Make sure you use a brush on low opacity, this should be a subtle effect.

 

Keep it up!

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Yeah very cool background. This is actually a really nice start, and with a few minor changes could be very slick. 

 

First, bring the text in a bit closer to the render, maybe overlapping a bit.

 

Next, make a new Layer and go Image > Apply Image (this should make a copy of the whole sig). Then go Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen. Erase some parts around the text if they're too sharp. 

 

Then make a new Layer above everything and fill it with light grey, (around #B3B3B3) then set it on Multiply. Erase some parts around the render's face and the text to make those parts focal points.

 

Then go Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Exposure, then set it to Exposure: 0, Offset: +0.0165, Gamma Correction: 0.9.

 

Finally make a new layer above everything and set it on Soft Light and 70% Opacity. Using a large, soft brush use black and white to create some lighting (dark in the background and light around the render). Make sure you use a brush on low opacity, this should be a subtle effect.

 

Keep it up!

 

 

hmm - gonna try this out. we'll see if it's good.

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Yeah very cool background. This is actually a really nice start, and with a few minor changes could be very slick. 

 

First, bring the text in a bit closer to the render, maybe overlapping a bit.

 

Next, make a new Layer and go Image > Apply Image (this should make a copy of the whole sig). Then go Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen. Erase some parts around the text if they're too sharp. 

 

Then make a new Layer above everything and fill it with light grey, (around #B3B3B3) then set it on Multiply. Erase some parts around the render's face and the text to make those parts focal points.

 

Then go Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Exposure, then set it to Exposure: 0, Offset: +0.0165, Gamma Correction: 0.9.

 

Finally make a new layer above everything and set it on Soft Light and 70% Opacity. Using a large, soft brush use black and white to create some lighting (dark in the background and light around the render). Make sure you use a brush on low opacity, this should be a subtle effect.

 

Keep it up!

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