Don't everyone take the "Mod-Wright" one!
And (sorry for this) with even better logo (i added some texture on it):
Yeah we are
nit-pickers and fussyperfectionists in FATW.
You can expect the
worstbest from us.
Yesterday all my troub... No, wrong! Yesterday I got sick of writing and finishing minor details in chapters of my thesis (Ceramic tool materials for machining )... I had to relax somehow, and outside was literally pouring rain, so I decided to make myself a new signature. At least I had an impression I was doing something creative and maybe useful. After I finished first quite fast, I decided to make some more. Here are the results:
- My first signature. I just cut a piece of Eorl’s Fangorn loading screen and alter it a little (make upper frame):
- On this one I clearly just made Print Screen from Dev. Diary, put runic inscription and play a little with airbrush to put some shade:
- On those two I played with airbrush some more, put mod’s logo and the Black Tree:
I decided to put them here if anyone would be interested in them. Please note that this are among my first attempts at picture manipulation in GIMP 2, or any “advanced” program, so naturally they could be better. I installed GIMP 2 yesterday too...
P.S. I hope that I didn’t violate any of your authors’ rights by doing this.
Well, thank you, but I can’t take much credit for it. I only played a little with already finished artwork.
On first I should have pushed upper rim more up, so the text won’t start from the very edge. I should make it more distant as it is the case with “A” on the lower rim. I could cut a logo better too. On second I could make runic inscription clearer (easier to read), and on “Cultic signatures” the Black Tree look a little weird, and logo is little smudgy... Sooo, I could make better job...
I improved first one little bit:
Almost unedited picture...
No fan art thread? I guess I'll have to put it there. A Numenorean Knight of Adunabar faction, in the mountains of Ephel Duath in former Mordor.
Last edited by intel; March 27, 2013 at 12:31 PM.
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