Post by SketchyMagpie on Mar 10, 2016 15:02:15 GMT
Thought I'd share some of my current work frustration with you all.... I have a client who gave me a brief with lots of detail and specific scene descriptions of what they want me to draw, and they're complaining that a lot of those elements aren't clear enough in the roughs I produced for them.
With that in mind, this is literally the size of the artwork spaces, to print.
Ughhh I feel your frustration. I used to work for a big newspaper doing mostly ads and sometimes people wanted a novel printed on a postage stamp sized ad space. And then they complained why did I make it so crowded..
I feel like I'm really getting good at what I do now. Not only is my latest track probably the best-sounding thing I've produced, but a client didn't want any revisions done to the last mixing job I did. It was a nice little confidence booster.
Post by SketchyMagpie on Mar 21, 2016 19:16:00 GMT
You're both too kind.
Update time.. this is just a mock-up with what I have so far but it should give an idea of the final image.... I probably won't go with the 'Hannibal' text but will keep the quote as that swuare looks a bit empty without. Obviously I still have lots of the chapel at the top to finish....
I'm also tempted to add reflections of other characters in the glass (this is Hannibal Lecter [as portrayed by Mads Mikkelsen] in his prison cell, if you can't tell) though it depends if it over-crowds the image or not.
Also, if anyone's interested in how the process, this is the "rough" version of the image I created beforehand!