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> Tagwall, Comments and Critisms appreciated.
  Posted: May 17 2009, 05:48 AM

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I feel like I'm gonna make a collection of ID tags soon, for the ID forums.
Posted: May 17 2009, 06:50 AM

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First thing's first; maybe you should have posted this in the sig testing thread, but what the hell, I'll give you a break since it's a collection and not just one singular work.

Secondly, I really like your style. The second one down to the fourth are really nice, along with the sixth.

The others, I dunno. I'm not feeling it. The first and fifth one seem a little too subdued, and the last one is too sharpened; not as easy on the eyes.

Still good job, and good luck with those Initial D tags; I haven't seen one pulled off yet that I actually like..
Posted: May 17 2009, 09:47 AM


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I really like the feel of the wall, although the font on the bottom of it regarding copyright looks off.
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Posted: May 17 2009, 09:53 AM


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Fifth one down is easily my favorite. Great colors. smile.gif

Oh, and 13, that's a sprite sig. It's typically the style to have them sharpened like that.

Posted: May 17 2009, 12:57 PM

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Without a doubt, these are all very well done. My only complaint is it's a style I'm seeing too often, but I understand that's hard to avoid when you see something you like and want to put it into your own work. ANYWAYS, A+ stuff you've got there.
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Posted: Jun 10 2009, 07:05 AM

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Agree with Alex. It is an all too common style, although it's always good to work on techniques first before moving on creatively.