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Posted Aug 7, '08 at 10:35pm

thepyro222

thepyro222

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http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k300/thepyro222/BloomfieldSportsShop.png

What do you guys think? I made this for a website for a sports store. Tell me what you like/dislike about it.

 

Posted Aug 7, '08 at 10:42pm

Danstanta

Danstanta

1,675 posts

It's , It's , It's beautiful;! :DDDD xD

You used photoshop right! Or photo bucket??

 

Posted Aug 7, '08 at 10:45pm

thepyro222

thepyro222

1,978 posts

I used Macromedia fireworks to make it. It is basically photoshop with a different name, lol. It took me about 2-4 hours to make. It is going to be featured as the base logo for bloomfieldsportsshop.com Made by me and my dad from efxbiz.com. our website is here

 

Posted Aug 7, '08 at 10:50pm

Klaushouse

Klaushouse

2,853 posts

I am going to be very critistic(I don't think that is a word lol) about this cause that's what I do. The glow looks silly especially with the bevel/emboss gradient, looks like you threw it up on photoshop in 2 seconds with a few settings on photoshop(which IS what you did). The silhouettes  looks really blurry, not sure if it's blur or a glow, either way makes it look bad. And the fact that there is a gradient on the text and not the people looks really bad. It should all be pure white if it were together and there should be more blending between the people and the text not just have it beside but integrate them. Also the ball for the soccer guy is way too big.

 

Posted Aug 8, '08 at 1:47am

Carlie

Carlie

6,915 posts

Knight

Looks good, but a critique: The upper figure is much more blurry than the lower one. You should make them both crisp and clean images.

 

Posted Aug 8, '08 at 1:59am

RaptorExx

RaptorExx

2,230 posts

Well besides what Carlie said, about the two figures, I don't really see anything wrong with it, although Mr. Baseball, i think, looks a little squished, but that's just the blur probably, it's better than anything I can do, so it's fine.
Although, actually, it may just be me, it looks a bit empty, I'm not sure, but then again, it's going on a webpage so that's not the only thing people are going to stare at so it's fine I guess.
Unless your website is very very plain, I don't see why not =]

 

Posted Aug 8, '08 at 2:10am

Arax_Nisanu

Arax_Nisanu

1,343 posts

bleh me no likes

 
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