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#1 nsb823

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 09:42 PM

I will post work I have done tommorow because im not home right now... but if you would like a signature made please reply with the general idea of what you looking for(colors/picture/text/texture/design/etc...)

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 01:18 PM

Cool..im sure after people see your work they will be bugging you :thumbsup:

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 05:26 PM

Here are some previews of my work: (this is old work my new stuff is better)

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you can view more at http://photobucket.com/albums/e280/nsb823/

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 08:12 PM

Wow these are very good...

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 09:14 PM

Nice work, nsb823.

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Posted 28 February 2006 - 05:05 PM

Very nice work :thumbsup:

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Posted 28 February 2006 - 05:14 PM

Very-nice work! I use fireworks myself, but I admit that I am not very good. Apparently though, Macromedia and Adobe are merging, so technically we are using the same program now. :thumbsup:

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Posted 28 February 2006 - 05:40 PM

I'd love a sig done by you? can i PM you the details??

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Posted 28 February 2006 - 06:58 PM

nsb823, you might have come to my rescue. :thumbsup:

I've had it in mind for a while, but haven't been able to pursue this idea:

Not one banner = 500w x 90h
more like 5-6 of them = 80w x 80h

Instead of an animation, the effect being that each of the 5 is slightly modified,
with left hand one [#1] and right hand one [#5] pretty close to being the same image.

The image(s) would be views of an old CRT monitor & keyboard with hands (perhaps a profile).
Monitor displaying type, most likely. As taken by camera-view slightly behind
but left or right of the user's shoulders.

Image [#1] = slightly foggy
Image [#2] = slight camera angle shift, slightly foggier
Image [#3] = maybe a closeup of [#2] but the most obscurred by fog
Image [#4] = camera angle shift to opposite side, but same as [#2] less fog than any of them.
Image [#5] = slightly foggy again, camera angle opposite [#1]

Kinda like a freeze-frame animation progression that tells "my story".
Sometimes I can see the answers, sometimes I cain't ... :flowers:

I was thinking:
If the colors were fairly bright at full intensity (maybe even using an impression of that dang
default "bliss" wallpaper in winXP) ...
and some kinda text message gesturing (a bunch of tiny chicken scratchin' centered on it = 60% vertical height, maybe 50% horizontal yellow background, black border perhaps) ...
it might lend itself well to hue manipulation
as one technique to enhance the effect of the "phawgg" as it rolls in and obscures things. :trumpet:

Like Grinler said:

Cool..im sure after people see your work they will be bugging you



Make it a low-priority if at all, though. I have. Simple ideas tend to require complex details just
to achieve the appearence of simplicity, I've found over a lifetime of doing graphics "the hard way".
With a pencil or pen on paper. Now, inching ever-closer to digitally doing the thumbnail sketchs
and such, I'm like an old dawgg learning new tricks ... less patient than I once might have been,
but still patiently re-defining "the hard way".

Edited by phawgg, 28 February 2006 - 07:05 PM.

patiently patrolling, plenty of persisant pests n' problems ...

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Posted 01 March 2006 - 06:30 PM

I'd love a sig done by you? can i PM you the details??


Yeah PM me or leave them here...

nsb823, you might have come to my rescue. :thumbsup:

I've had it in mind for a while, but haven't been able to pursue this idea:

Not one banner = 500w x 90h
more like 5-6 of them = 80w x 80h

Instead of an animation, the effect being that each of the 5 is slightly modified,
with left hand one [#1] and right hand one [#5] pretty close to being the same image.

The image(s) would be views of an old CRT monitor & keyboard with hands (perhaps a profile).
Monitor displaying type, most likely. As taken by camera-view slightly behind
but left or right of the user's shoulders.

Image [#1] = slightly foggy
Image [#2] = slight camera angle shift, slightly foggier
Image [#3] = maybe a closeup of [#2] but the most obscurred by fog
Image [#4] = camera angle shift to opposite side, but same as [#2] less fog than any of them.
Image [#5] = slightly foggy again, camera angle opposite [#1]

Kinda like a freeze-frame animation progression that tells "my story".
Sometimes I can see the answers, sometimes I cain't ... :flowers:

I was thinking:
If the colors were fairly bright at full intensity (maybe even using an impression of that dang
default "bliss" wallpaper in winXP) ...
and some kinda text message gesturing (a bunch of tiny chicken scratchin' centered on it = 60% vertical height, maybe 50% horizontal yellow background, black border perhaps) ...
it might lend itself well to hue manipulation
as one technique to enhance the effect of the "phawgg" as it rolls in and obscures things. :trumpet:

Like Grinler said:

Cool..im sure after people see your work they will be bugging you



Make it a low-priority if at all, though. I have. Simple ideas tend to require complex details just
to achieve the appearence of simplicity, I've found over a lifetime of doing graphics "the hard way".
With a pencil or pen on paper. Now, inching ever-closer to digitally doing the thumbnail sketchs
and such, I'm like an old dawgg learning new tricks ... less patient than I once might have been,
but still patiently re-defining "the hard way".


ok ill attempt it

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Posted 14 March 2006 - 12:26 AM

sorry everyone who wanted a sig ive been offline for awhile do to some virus's/trojans after i get them all straighted out ill do this bleep.. ill probably consult here for help on the trojans...

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