I always spaz when criticized? I would really like to see on what basis are you saying that, and please let it be substantial. Another thing is that you haven't even given much crit. You just commented, not criticized. I even clearly said that I haven't tried your style so I didn't say much while commenting on your last banner.@Azure Wolf: You always spaz when critted, it's kinda funny, but regardless, alright, I'll stop commenting on you, then. Also, you don't know my style either; don't say it's dull or whatever since my style is simple, or how you want it to look. After all, we're not critting to post our opinion on the matter, are we? /sarcasm
And in response to your sarcastic remark, I highly doubt posting blind opinions will help, will it?
As a side note: Its criticism and criticizing, there's nothing such as 'critted' or 'critting'. Just thought you needed to know.
Honestly, that's a really silly excuse, I'm terribly sorry if it's a little rude to say this, but that is really what I think about it. If I interpreted it completely wrong, please do be harsh with me.I know color adjustments are vital but the one thing you overlook is that I think you've been completely dependent on this now and forgotten about the other aspects of it. The application of colors in designs is vital but what I'm trying to say is that don't depend on it for moving forward in this field.Just a say; Color adjustments are vital in graphic designs as coloring is very important, that's my view of it. Simplicity is nice, outrageous designs are nice; both are just lovely with color adjustments that fit well. It is a skill, you know, and it can make a really large impact, if you compare the original image to so and so. We don't just selective color; color layers also make the impact, as well as curves, levels, and all that other stuff. It's a little bit difficult to get the colors right, at least to me, but of course, I'm not that skilled, yet.
Sorry but the rest of your text which is italicized isn't of my concern / I don't care.
Of course C4Ds aren't just copy pasted, you don't know I guess lol.We could say the same things for C4D's and the like, but we'd be a bit too hypocritical, yes? (assuming you use them; if not, excuse me.) TO me, it's a little like house design, putting textures here and there and choosing where they fit best, as well as the cropping. That's the kind of style we like; not all of us share your opinion. Art is art, what are you to expect? Something that everyone likes?
Let me give you a brief working of them:
- They're never used for backgrounds contrary to textures.
- After putting the C4D, they're extensively edited such as distortion, blurring, cropping, erasing, adjusting, refining, transforming.
- C4Ds are always used to give lighting effects/ flow effects and other misc. properties which are essential for GFX.
- Unlike textures, they're not flat and don't have any place for scratchy papers and the like. They can be classified as 3-dimensional renders used for enhancing and/or acting as a main subject of the design. While I don't think anybody would be interested in seeing a piece of notebook (Example) as the center of attention in a design.
But then again, its not of my concern that you use textures and I use C4Ds so carry on. I just didn't like you comparing them with textures.
That's not my problem if it wasn't your cup of tea. :/I'm sorry about the text; it just seemed like you tried to make it clear, so I was mistaken. It's not a crime to be blue but it's a little bit too blue. Of course, that's my opinion, as I like more than one color being featured... but everything is tinted blue, save for some of the light effects or whatever. If it was intended to be that way, that's fine, but it's really not my cup of tea, if you know what I mean.
Its always me because I think this club should be broader. If there was nobody for arguments, how would we change for the better?Regarding the too similar matter, all I can say is it's true. Though, I don't mean to be completely unique.
As a finishing note, it always seems to be you, who brings on arguments like this, nowadays, when it doesn't really matter; of course, this provokes me to reply, and I'm not better, but to avoid this in the future, could you not overreact when I crit you? Again, they are suggestions; take them in if you must, and if needed not to be taken in, don't, and leave it at that, because I didn't just completely bash your work in my comment. :/
And sure, I won't overreact to your criticism. I'll just ignore the post if I don't see anything worth reading. (As if I've got any real criticism over the past year) I also know you haven't bashed my work, but in addition to my large ego which undoubtedly is showing here I have problems with unnecessary posts which I really would like to discuss and clarify.
PS: Please refrain from using my name without my permission, I consider it quite rude.