As I've been really busy in real life, I have been forced to put my signature service on hold. Due to complaints about the wait and such, I've figured I have enough time to make a guide on creating a basic signature - please note, your photo-editing program may not support some of the things I'll be doing here. If so, just skip that part.Also, you do not need to copy this exactly, otherwise that's just.. well... uncreative.Step 1: Acquire a background image.This step is pretty self-explanitory. I find that a picture that has a mixture of trees, hills and some water works well. I'll be using the image below.If you can't seem to find a nice photo, you can take some pre-edited images from my photography thread here (Please note, in order to use one of the photos in this thread, you must give credit to me).Step 2: Create a canvas.Each photo-editing program is different, but creating a canvas isn't rocket science. I'll be using a 725x150 pixel canvas. Once that's done, throw in your background image. The whole photo probably wont fit into the canvas, so try and get the best shot.Step 3: Add some effects.Adding effects can be really simple, yet very complicated. I like to add a lot of blur - maybe blur out the whole background to direct attention to the text you're going to add later. Maybe enhance the exposure and colours.In this photo, I've added blur on the top and bottom. This leaves room for text in the middle.Step 4: Add text.Adding your name is basically essential on a signature. Maybe add some things about yourself (e.g. Master Builder | Visit #### for a good shop!"). Choosing a good font can change everything - one that fits in with the background is good. Say your background is a medieval build you made, a modern font wouldn't work that well. Instead, maybe choose a simple font, like Times New Roman. You can also find heaps of fonts on the internet.Here, I used Edmondsans. Bold for the top text (THE_LEGEND4), and regular for the bottom.Step 5: Publish!Your signature is basically complete, all you need to do is export it and upload it to imgur, or another image hosting site. Then copy the direct link and add it to your signature!