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P Alesse wrote:
I'm not crazy about the overall arrangement of cutouts. First issue...The head is floating in space. I always like to hide the bottom half, or in this case, lack thereof, behind another cutout. Second... whenever possible, you'd like a running player to be running and facing towards the middle of the poster, not an edge. Finally, the poster is off balance. I would play around with the arrangment a bit to see if you can solve all problems at once with a different arrangement.
Graphics, fonts, and color theme are all good.
Appreciate the comments. I have enjoyed looking at your posters and the tutorial. Happy New Year!
where can i find the tutorial you refer to
Here it is. Its a great tutorial. http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/844352
The center cut out was used to hi-lite his position of quarterback. This was the best throwing image I had, Regarding the running image I agree that it would have been better placed running towards the center. I opted to keep it's current position as the jersey text would have been mirrored. The head image was used as I knew mom wanted to see his face and this helmet off image worked, however both Max and myself thought it's final placement and fade could have been better but wasn't sure where to go from there. The background was some rusty concrete that we blended into the black to grunge it up a bit. In looking at the poster now, maybe raise up the center image, move the running image o the right and move the headshot where the runner currently is but flip it and then keep the text and Scorpion logo the same.