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Kazuma

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Well like said theres too much text. you don't need text in sigs hell sigs are better with out them....most of them. The stocks are lq and theirs no depth perception. Also work on colors and blending the stock in with the whole piece, and don't slap on a whole bunch of brushes.
 
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Switch up your use of splatter and round brushes to sets that capture more detail. Raid sites that specialize in hosting intricate brushes, DA for starters. After awhile, it's going to feel as if you're only drenching your tags in vibrant colors to hide the fact that the style's rapidly becoming the same over and over again.

For your text - All you have to do is get familiar with fonts that are smaller, and rounder, and use that type of font for the words in your tags that people aren't going to pay that much attention to, while the /head liner/ text can be in a more elaborate font. Next, I'd suggest for you to practice centralizing your effects around your focal points, and not having them so scattered across the edges of your tags to make them feel more complete.
 

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Far from impressive. Very dull brushing. Horrible typography. OMG NO BLENDING.

Look up some tuts or try to get inspiration by looking at other people's tags and replicating what they do. I don't know where to begin on how to improve.
 
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