Basic Sig TUT

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1. Paste a Render into a blank canvas. I used size 380x130 pixels.
Also cut out as much background as possible.
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2. Select the single column marqu tool, and click anywhere on the render. Then press Ctrl+c and then create a new layer and press Ctrl+v. Then press Ctrl+T and stretch it out across the cavnas like below.
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3. Make about 3-4 new layers and on the first 2 use some grunge brushes, and make them dark.
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4. Set those layers to hard light, and on the other two layers do the same thing and see if Hard Light or Soft Light or Overlay is what looks good.
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5. With the lasso tool select the render and then go to select>inverse, then select>modify>feather and set that to about 5 pixels, and press delete.
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6. Go to layer>new adjustment layer>Hue saturation, and change the middle one to around %50
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7. Go to layer>new adjustment layer>color balance and move the nobs around until you find a good color. Then repeat this one or two more times.
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8. Get the brushes out again, and on a new layer use the color white and randomy but them in the background where it looks good.
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Then just add your name, and a border if you want, and you're done.

This is not some of my best work, But I put this together for people who are still learning.
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Fireworks ?
Gimp ?
Photoshop ?
Other ?
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Photoshop Joe, Sorry I forgot to add that :P
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Pretty good!
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Thanks, I must say this is not my usual style of work though.

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