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    unique colour choice; interestingly, you were able to make the render look processed without overdoing it

    the only flaw i am aware of is that some of the brighter/more neon green in the render is not distributed on the farther reaches of the signature. it might be nice for a bit more of the gold from the skull on her head to be distributed as well, or even the burgundy around her cheeks.

    what ideas did you have for text?

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    My sigs dont usually have text, i'm not good at it and i figured it would ruin it.

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    hmm i see

    well in my experience sigs like this usually work well with minimalistic fonts, e.g. arial. the typeset itself can be unnatural in its presentation: say, the letters spaced out, made bold, or whatever (though no gradients/stroke or any of that), but usually the simplest fonts are best. text is usually a strong suit of mine so i may post an example for you if i find time

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