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dneasaw
posted by dneasaw • 2 years ago


Hey everyone. I’m a pretty new designer, hoping to get some input with this first piece I’m working on. I would like the snake to look like it’s interacting with the staff a little bit more, but on how to achieve that, I’m not sure. Anyway, any input would be very appreciated.

And for some reason, super not able to just post an embedded link. Whoops.

Thanks

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dneasaw dneasaw Human from Alaska, United States

My computer is not showing a picture. Can anyone see it?

wotto wotto Staff: Creative Director from CA, United States
dneasaw dneasaw Human from Alaska, United States

@wotto Thank you for the input, Wotto. Appreciate that. I do have a question, though. When you say I should simply my work, but also add more elements to it, how to you mean?

wotto wotto Staff: Creative Director from CA, United States

I mean instead of having a man, a snake and background elements just have one central item, maybe the snake? Build the design around a more central element. For example Hydro’s owl designs, they are owls but they have so many details, line work and smaller elements they are more interesting to look at. They draw the viewer in. You seem to have strong line work so I think you should build on that. I hope this helps to explain.

dneasaw dneasaw Human from Alaska, United States

@wotto I’ve actually never considered that. I have to say though, fine detail has always been a weakness of mine. I honestly don’t think I have an ‘eye’ for it quite yet, but that might be a good project to attempt tackle. Thanks for the suggestion!

dneasaw dneasaw Human from Alaska, United States

Any thoughts, other Humans?

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