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One Shot sig tut

#1 User is offline   Exellioth 

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Posted 03 April 2009 - 01:27 AM

Alright, this is only my 2nd tutorial (1st sig tutorial) so bear with me. I should have made a single image, thinking about it now, but oh well. anyways, onto the tut!



Today well be making this-
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Level- Low-Middle difficult, requires some knowledge of smudge settings, layer modes and filters.

Well also be needing some stuff to do that with.

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one render

i used this

http://planetrenders.net/renders/albums ... 5xs2jw.png

two C4D's

i used

http://planetrenders.net/renders/albums ... ender7.png

http://planetrenders.net/renders/albums ... nder22.png

Clipping mask tutorial-
clipping-masks-in-gimp-t38527.html




First, make a canvas. i used 400x150. fill the background with black, paste in your render, adjust the layer boundary (so we dont have problems with the smudging later on) and duplicate it 3 times. (you should have 4 layers of render)

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Next, create a new layer and select the gradient tool. create a large radial gradient, and make it reflect how you want the flow.

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After that, open up your first c4d. remember to also make this flow. colorize and lower the opacity until it looks good.

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Now, select the render layer that is second from the top. go filters-artistic-cubism and put a small cubism filter on your render. i used tile size 6, saturation 1. Then, go to your second to bottom render layer, and apply a motion blur, at filters-blur-motion blur. I used length 8, angle 10.

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Next, we smudge. pick out a nice splatter brush, (If you don't have any, pick anything you think would look good) and select the bottom render layer. I used settings 85 rate, 1 jitter, and 75% opacity. Dont overdo it, because now, change the opacity to 100% and smudge some more. set the smudged layer to soft light.

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Add in some clipping masks (clipping mask tutorial is at the top of the page.)

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Here's where the tutorial get a little difficult. Make a new layer on top, and select your fill tool, pick pattern, and choose the default pattern, on the top right. rotate and move the pattern until it fits your flow. (It's not supposed to look good yet.)

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Set that layer to screen, and lower the opacity. I used 60%. smudge where the edges of it meet the rest of the signature, to blend it in.

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Here, were adding in the second c4d. Colorize and set to screen and align for flow.

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Last, create some paths on the right side of the sig, with a width of 4. Get a hard circle brush, size 10, 50 rate, 1 jitter and 100% opacity. smudge the lines until they look good, and lower the opacity.

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And you're done!
I hope you enjoyed the tut.
I'd love to see some outcomes :D

Results-

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Posted 03 April 2009 - 01:53 AM

nice share :)
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Posted 03 April 2009 - 03:58 AM

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:) Tell me what you think
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Posted 03 April 2009 - 06:35 AM

Good Tut. I'll have to try it later.
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Posted 03 April 2009 - 12:18 PM

Pretty neat outcome Zen.
Blending could be a little better but flow is good and colors too.

Thanks for the tut. Nice share, man!
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Posted 03 April 2009 - 02:49 PM

nice outcome!
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Posted 03 April 2009 - 07:16 PM

Zenma said:

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:) Tell me what you think

wow, great outcome :D
the effects go really cool with the render, and the colors look good. ill add you to the first post :)
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 06:44 PM

bump :/
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