Lucky or ...?
jenn last edited by jenn
Here are a couple ideas I have.
I guess the dog and the girl are unlucky but the rabbit is lucky.
I'm not sure how this reads. Should I put a thought bubble in the outside cat's head saying "lucky" or is it readable enough without that?
Asyas_illos last edited by
@jenn I like the third one the best and I don’t think it needs any captioning. It is easily read as both lucky and unlucky.
@Asyas_illos thanks for the feedback!
AngelinaKizz last edited by
@jenn the third for sure, and very well readable without a thought bubble
@AngelinaKizz ok thanks for the feedback!
I also like the third one the best and think it is instantly readable without a thought bubble. It is also the strongest emotionally.
@demotlj OK thanks!
Blitz55 last edited by
I love the one with the cat looking through the window, it reads so well and keeps it simple and direct as far as getting the point across. Envy over someone else's good luck/fortune, great point of view for this.