I created the trace for the Sagrada Famila and the famous Rose Window from the Notre Dame de Paris. The color choice is part of our general theme based on the Colectivo Half Caff Mexico Kulaktik coffee. Im very proud of my designs.
This is for the group including Marissa, Zoe, Shannon, Emma, and Rebecca.
Overall the presentation was nice. The story seemed a bit fuzzy until about halfway through your explanation. From there it seemed to be a bit more clear. I liked the fact that the story wasn’t just a 8.5”x11 format comic thing like most others. Good spacing between the panels and the borders and background. Color choice made sense, but here’s where my concerns start to come in. I feel that you went over the 4 color limit. There seemed to be various gradients in the imagery, but it was clear there was white, black, dark blue, the beige of the background. The fact that most of the imagery had gradients and that the wrinkles of the paper for the background technically created more colors than the maximum amount. The names of the characters I didn’t like since Im guessing they were Harry Potter based. Now before you all start throwing rocks at me, Im putting it out there that I do not dislike Harry Potter, I just dislike the simple fact that not everyone knows those characters. I don’t know if the names are “cannon” references or not. Just make up some names to make the story more original, it will work out for the better 9 times out of 10. I also feel that some of the imagery needed to look more like what it was supposed to be. The lightning bolt didnt fit the rough-ish theme of the rest, and the heart (at least I think it was a heart) in the last panel did not seem to resemble a heart, both figuratively or realistically.
Remember, I’m not being a meany, I’m simply providing constructive criticism. Keep doing what you’re doing but work on your less positive aspects.
Gettin sketchy part…uhh…2 I think.
So like for the 0 people who are following me who are random generous strangers, we had to do this minor project in graphic arts involving turning sounds into imagery through sketches.
That jackhammer with the Apple mouse up there? That is how I interpret what the sound of the graphic arts lab is during the final exam. Now I didnt do any stupid abstract design expressing my feelings or anything. I’m a realist, and I like humor. So I took whats actually happening, and made it funny. Which I pretty much did for the next two.
That fork which could easily be mistaken for a cactus? Well it is a fork, and its being slammed on top of that log, replicating someone banging a fork on a table when they are hungry.
Those butterknives on a slab of sidewalk? Thats people shoveling their walkways during a snow storm.
The ever glorious 2013 Shorewood Movember T-Shirt design by me. The pure essence of manliness lies within this shirt, especially with my unique idea of tearing off the sleeves yourself with the traced out line. The M for Movember was a mustache I made myself, in symmetrical nature. Any questions or concerns let me know, I can change anything on it. Oh, and there is no backside, it’s just the color of the shit.