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Assassin's Creed II box art cover
By avatar LEGOslayer 42 on August 11th, 2009
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LEGOslayer 42 [ 1 decade ago ]

V1 is without sleeve
v2 is with sleeve

Yay my first sleeve box!
Gamestop did something like this with Far Cry 2, thus the idea.

credits:
querty for the basic thing behind the blood splatter under the gamestop text.
koopa's PB for the temp and esrb
planetrenders.net for some stuff
gamewallpapers.com for other stuff
assassinscreed.com for more

Edited at 1 decade ago

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ccwofk 3 [ 1 decade ago ]

i like the fronts of both but the backs on both are a bit plain i think

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deiviuxs 46 [ 1 decade ago ]

#2, I agree. Fronts are nice, but back are too simple and plain.

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Apollo 41 [ 1 decade ago ]

I disagree, I like the simplicity of it.

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Lenny819 38 [ 1 decade ago ]

Sorry I think the back's pretty bad. Also not a fan of the slip.

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Spiner_ 42 [ 1 decade ago ]

Maybe it's too...pink, or something. Not your best, but still good.

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milkyoreo27 26 [ 1 decade ago ]

The front is great, but the back isn't the best.. also, the ESRB on the front looks a tiny bit stretched. Anyways, fav for the front.

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GlowBlue 43 [ 1 decade ago ]

In both the front and the back I think the text appears "pasted on." The outer-glow around the logo is harsh and the color does not compliment the rest of the scene, so it stands out in a bad way. Try setting the setting the glow color to white then setting the mode to "Overlay". Duplicate the layer a fews times if you need to and adjust the opacity until you get a nice blending.

Dump the gradient on the text from the back and go with a solid, dark red. If you want to add some depth, put an inner-shadow on the text and set the distance to 0px. Set the size to about 5px and then drop the opacity of the shadow to 20-30%. The result will be a soft, dark edge that will give the text some texture.

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LEGOslayer 42 [ 1 decade ago ]

#8, I was able to work the front, which did look better if it did lower the quality a tad bit, on the back though, I had combined the text with the background, so i'll have to go back and do that later.

only question is I use GIMP and dont know where the inner shadow is, or if it even has one

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Rossagues 42 [ 1 decade ago ]

Such a sexy way to get out of doing a back.. love it!

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Joeseye 47 [ 1 decade ago ]

It looks good. It's just a few things bother me - Like the back. Ezio looks like he has a pointed hood/hat.

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