What thumbnail do you prefer? 2
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Hi this part 2 of my primitive weapon project

Same rule have choosen to let people play the role of an art director to add a level of difficulty to challenge myself.

Here the theme :Primitive Throwning weapon.

I have made 8 thumbnail please vote your favorite 3.Those with the most vote will be refined.


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#2
3, 4, and seven. They all have their own distinct design challenges, so I feel those would be the most beneficial. Could you do a couple iterations of the concepts you end up choosing to refine? :)

Sketchbook (updated daily) https://crimsondaggers.com/forum/thread-8600.html

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1. Use the biggest brush possible for a given passage.
2. Paint large shapes first, followed by small shapes.
3. Save your tonal and chromatic accents until the last.
4. Try to soften any edge that doesn’t need to be sharp.
5. Take time to get the center of interest right.

Or, the briefer version: (B.L.A.S.T.)
Big brushes.
Large to small.
Accents last.
Soften edges.
Take your time. 

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(03-09-2019, 01:48 AM)beau Wrote: 3, 4, and seven. They all have their own distinct design challenges, so I feel those would be the most beneficial. Could you do a couple iterations of the concepts you end up choosing to refine? :)

What kind of iteration?

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