My shot at sigs

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  1. Mavericks fan

    Mavericks fan Formerly Hippiedog

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    It is my first shot.Most of my backgrounds are black.Here,in the memory of Eddie Guerrero.It is suposed to be black.
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  2. TheBigCheez-It

    TheBigCheez-It Making ankles snap since 1998.

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    Well as it rather simplistic, I think it would've looked better(mind you my opinion) with out the other two images on the left.
    Text looks alright, for the most part.
     
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  3. Mavericks fan

    Mavericks fan Formerly Hippiedog

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    I was bored.It is a Matt Hardy with wind and a few other things...it ws my first self-made picture evr.
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  4. TheBigCheez-It

    TheBigCheez-It Making ankles snap since 1998.

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    Ugh. Well there's no real blending done, its bland and rather simplistic. The brushing on his face should not be there.
     
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    ABMorales787 Lord And Master
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    It takes practice. Use any options you can find and experiment with them. Make sure the character's image is seeable and search for brushes and fonts. It takes time to master. I haven't done that yet myself.
     
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  6. Doubleo13

    Doubleo13 Occasional Pre-Show

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    not bad for your first try's like Killjoy says it take practice and doing different things to get better, keep trying you will only get better
     
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