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| p.1 #12 · Photoshop Poster Suggestions |
Couple of observations.
1. Losing the outfielder makes a big difference in this photo; however, there now is a more glaring lack of "treatment layer" on the left. See how much dark brown there is there without the lighter tan overlay. Looks to me that like it could use the same brush treatment you used on the right-hand portion of the poster.
2. I wasn't crazy about the pennant that you used the first time, but I really don't like the font you picked for the pitcher's name in the updated version. To me, it doesn't pair well with the soft, curvy lines of the script font at the top. See if you can find something a little less linear. Also, I personally like to have the player's first and last name.
3. Once you decide on the font for the bottom, see if you can give it a little more breathing room down there. Looks scrunched to the bottom and to the left of your poster. Can you move the main image up? Less outfield background and a little more mound? That would help balance things out.
On final suggestion for the name, have you tried turning it "uphill" by thirty degrees just like you have for Section Lioins? Turn it uphill and move it to the right and you might light the feeling of mirrored symmetry with the top and bottom. Might give a little more left-right balance as well.
Just a few things to ponder. Don't get me wrong, I really really like what you have designed here. Love the warm earthy tones you have used -- think they are perfect for baseball. I think you are really really close.