Thursday, July 30, 2009
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Hey Sara, here is the final imagery. Let me know which colors you like better. I was experimenting with the gradient effect in photoshop. I think the top one is a bit easier to read but I thought I might as well show you the other. As soon as you give me everything you want it to say on the front of the card I'll scale it and send the full file over to you. Hope you like it!
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Hi guys, so basically these two comps are similar imagery but differ in composition dramatically. If these are a little too elaborate or busy let me know. Personally I think the top image is a stronger comp overall. Once again, these are just sketches, the final will show much more polish. Also this font I'm using is called "market deco". Let me know if you have any other fonts we could give to me to use. In the top image I used a small iconic image of some petanque balls to both break the border a bit and free up the comp overall and to hint at the tournament that will be held that day. I think this one speaks a lot of what a lot of what will be going on with out showing too much. The bottom one is a bit more straight forward but basically the same idea. Anyway I want to get the final to you before Friday so let me know what I can do for you and I will jump to the final ASAP!
Friday, July 3, 2009
Ok, so here are the 3 sketches for the invite card. The top one was the last concept I came up with. Kind of a more in your face literal concept. The middle one is more suggestive, if you look closer there is a visible figure in the reflection of the petanque balls. The last one is sort of somewhere in between. I was thinking that I would use my own hand for the cursive, and then some art deco fonts for the FORT POINT, TOURNAMENT, and BLOCK PARTY. Keep in mind that these are just sketches and I will fill them out so there in no empty feeling space AND will make them to fit the dimensions of the cards that you would want to be printed. Any suggestions you have please send me back by email and anything you want to change I am totally willing to work with you. Thanks again for commissioning me for my first job post school!