Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'critique'.
Found 2 results
I often take some nice wildlife shots and am looking for advice on how I might improve them. This is one of an Egret and whilst I like the subject I am not sure about the water definition. And yes - I have just noticed the blue in the reed beds Any advice would be much appreciated. This is also a crop from a larger image so I do have more of the ripples
Howdy all! Getting geared up for a series that is my "homage" to the great cosmic epics by Kirby and Starlin. Here's my logo design for the series. I need so input from you good peeps here. I have design A and design B and don't know which one to use. In the upper right is a infinity symbol with arrows, that's what I need help with. I like that icon-logo a lot, as it sums up the gist of the story (infinite rebirths of reality, each reality has infinite universes within). I kinda like the 3D effect on A, but the simplicity of B matches the rest of the design well and uses the only color to pop. So if you'd be so kind as to indicate a choice, I'd be ever so thankful. And everyone who participates in this here poll and topic will get a mention in the print edition of this series. Any critiques are welcome, too, btw. Some background, This will be a prelude to the main series "Cape and Cowl Opera." I wanted to make this series, "A Prior Reality" different from the main series. So I thought that since comics (as we know 'em today) began life as compilations of the comic strips of the '30s and '40s and began to have new non-reprint stuff when newspaper comic strips ran out of new material. So this series will have 6 "daily" comics and 1 "sunday" comics each week. It'll be released on the web as such. It's early on, I won't start putting it on the web until I have at least ⅓ or ½ of the darn thing done. I'm jazzed about this, as the comic will be drawn, lettered and colored entirely by hand on paper. Except for the Title page and chapter headings. I couldn't have done that icon-logo without the Doughnut property! mmmm doughnuts.... It allowed me to eyeball the width of the circular shapes to match up the 4 objects and the Pie property (why am I getting hungry?) made it oh-so-simple to get the part of the outer circle just the way I want it. And topped it off with a cherry... no I mean triangle. The black background used the rounded rectangle and some hand editing to get the curves and sharp angles the way I wanted them. And thanks for any votes and comments!