Advice needed for wallpaper

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http://img714.imageshack.us/img714/6035/wallpaper2j.jpg

my first time doing a widescreen resolution, hoping it turned out ok.

using a previous version of this scan here
but since this scan is higher resolution than the one I used, I'll be replacing it in the final version.

critique on effects in general would be nice. i don't really work with ice much lol.

EDIT: sorry, replaced the link.

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errr... unfortunately i can't open the link.

  • Mar 16, 2011

srsn

srsn

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I must say this wallpaper has a nice composition and theme. Place your signature too.

hmm... I think the ice are too hurtful to the eyes. I think you should tone the colors down abit. Can you also place the source of the ice (if you used one)?
but it's already ok.

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josephine12cute

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I like the wallpaper! I like your idea of making the girl like an ice princess... I agree with srsn on the ice. They glow too much and its almost blinding, especially since 80/90% of it is present in the whole wallpaper. You must put your signature on the final revision! And I think it would also be good if you put a nice icy typography. Yet, either way, the wallpaper is awesome!

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thanks for all the advice. In the end, I softened the edges on the ice and added some textures to make it look more...icy? I made some adjustments to the colors, but it ended up getting even brighter than before XD. I guess I just have a thing for eye-gouging colors.

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Cold Dream by darkangelcrisis
Cold Dream by darkangelcrisis

Wallpaper is already in the gallery.

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