I am thinking 2. More dynamic better access to art details as well. I will say at first glance 1 caught my attention quicker tho. So maybe I spent too much time thinking about it.
I'd go with choice 2 Brett, 1's composition is to formal, 2's composition leads the eye to every piece. just my opinion.
#1you only have seconds to really catch someone, and get their attention.
I vote for 1- clean and simple design, catches the eye, and gives all the information someone needs.
Oh man that's 2-2. Thanks for the input everyone. Got a lot to think about.
definitely the 2nd one sir...lookin' soo damn cool! :D
It's close between 1 and 2. #2 shows nice variety but I'm wondering if it's too 'busy'. #1 is obviously not as busy but more cleaner and bolder. When folks are walking around the tables at these Cons, there's already a lot of overwhelming noise and eye-candy everywhere already. So to have a simple/bolder image that stands out from the rest is I think the way to go. Clean and simple has a more professional look too IMO.Anyway, my 2 pesos.
2 is definitely too busy. The whole thing is busy and each individual piece is too busy. Nothing about it catches my eye immediately.I'm clearly in the minority because I kinda like #3 best. If you're sitting in front of it, it's nice that the bottom half is clear. Plus, I like the contrast between the verticality of the banner and the horizontality of the images. It introduces a bit of the tension you have in #2 without seeming cluttered.That said, I can understand why most people like #1 ... it's the cleanest and clearest composition.Good luck!Jeff
thanks for the suggestions. I guess you'll see the decision at the con. Thanks for all the help.
Brett,How about idea #4. I like the dynamic of #2 (it definitely catches my eye) but it is a bit intense. How about switching out the flying warrior with your otter. It will lighten it up a bit and complete your full range of capabilities from cute animals to intense fantasy creatures, humans, alien worlds and fun game/show environments. Don't get me wrong, your warrior is cool, but overall, all the images in #2 are pretty intense. I think switching in your otter (at an angle) would lighten it up and simplify it down a notch.Paul
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