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So, I was failing with making headers (headers are what I want to learn first) so I decided to go in a bit of a different direction, any feedback is greatly appreciated!

*Please note that the bear mascot logo in the "Beeyn" header was not made by me but I had permission to use it

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The shadowing on ghew looks wrong and not natural.
If you find yourself struggling there are lots of helpful videos and information you can learn on the internet.
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I think the first two look pretty good.

Not really a big fan of the bottom one.

6/10
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Honestly think that they look pretty good mate
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The smoke on the first one looks out of place.

You should turn the opacity or spread down on the outer glow of the random paint splatters on the second header.

The shadow in the third piece should be flipped horizontally to match the text.

Overall, they are all good attempts. Just need a bit more work to them and they will be great. 6/10
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They all look very clean and that's the type of work that I like!

That smoke on the first one looks weird and out of place, but everything else looks great.

Same with the shadow on the last one, it needs flipped because it's backwards.

Good work, keep it up! I always liked your work before and still do! 9/10

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Thank you all for the feedback, it's all appreciated. As I said I'm still learning so all of the comments have helped
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Love the first two completely, I like the shadow on the third one
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How do you do the two different colors in the text on the 2nd and 3rd images?

I tried looking around for a tutorial, but I don't really know what to look up. I would appreciate it if you could find me a video or shortly explain how.

I really like the way it looks. Thanks!

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Toll wroteHow do you do the two different colors in the text on the 2nd and 3rd images?

I tried looking around for a tutorial, but I don't really know what to look up. I would appreciate it if you could find me a video or shortly explain how.

I really like the way it looks. Thanks!

-Toll

On the 3D one I created a clipping mask and painted the dark spots white and lowered the opacity, I then made another clipping mask and with the pen tool I created a wavy shape, coloured it in and lowered the opacity on that too. Hope this helped
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