Monday, October 27, 2008

help

i reckon these won't make a lot of sense and that's ok right now---and i promise to delete this post ASAP---but i was wonderin' if anybody took a leaning one way or the other on these. i promise to put up a jpeg of the finish once i figure out how to capture the eventual 4-footer. thanks everyone for humoring me on this one, i certainly value your input, even if it's just a weird gut preference to top or bottom. thanks SO much!
-peter

8 comments:

chriswhetzel said...

Hey ya, buddy! I'm very curious. I tend to lean toward the bottom one as the yellow blob (sun?) seems heavy in the top one. This may compete with your big pink thing on the right (thats what she said). Also, I like the "whie path" as it seems to lead teh eye easier than the multi-colored path. Hope all that makes sense. We can discuss it more over dinner :)

Tim Durning said...

well, you're right peter it doesn't make a lot of sense right now, but I agree with chris in that I prefer the bottom one. i think the trees look a lot better and the leaves underneath the pink stuff in the 1st picture looks really cluttered, the bottom's much better.

CHOGRIN said...

Hey amigo, I have to say the bottom one for me seems a bit clearer. The open path in the middle is a nice guide from point A to B. Hope this helps. Can't wait to see the final for this leviathan of a piece!

Eric Braddock said...

I agree with everyone that the bottom one is a bit more clear than the one on top. I see what you were trying to compare and the bottom one works better, good thinking trying them both out though, always good to try out both ways just in case.

craigp said...

i like the top one. i don't know why.

Amy said...

Craig is horrible and wrong. The bottom one's clearer.

Craig, you're such a disappointment.

:)

Bleeding Edges said...

I like how the one on the bottom uses the negative space to draw your attention to the top left corner.
(That was a real college class critique style explanation)

pw! said...

thanks everyone so much! i really appreciate it

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