Misunderstood Monster (vote)
Jon Anderson last edited by
I like B best, too. The white line just adds a little confusion for me.
Braden Hallett last edited by
I think in this case option B works best, here.
They're both good, but I'd definitely go with the version without outlines.
Maybe softer outlines? Like on their own layer at 30% opacity using a nice green-ish colour?
Judy Elizabeth Wilson last edited by
I like B too. The slime is really fun. There should be more slime in kids books!
carriecopa last edited by
I think style A has potential to look like a 3D layered paper style and is worth exploring. It reminded me of these 3D Magic cards some people make with several cutout layers to give it depth:
Or Paper Mario! It could be a fun look.
TessaW last edited by TessaW
Wow Chip, I really love how this one turned out! The color palette, linework, and subtle texture are really appealing. I first viewed this on my phone and liked A initially, but after looking at it on my desktop, I'm leaning toward B. I am sort of wondering what it would look like with the dark splatters on A, but without the white outlines. Something about those splatters gives it a lot of energy and interest.
Adrian K last edited by
I vote for B, although I do like the splatters.
burvantill last edited by
I want to like A but I’m going to vote B.
This turned out really good.
LauraA last edited by
I like B too.
lenwen last edited by
They both great! but I prefer B
Chip Valecek last edited by
Thanks everyone! B seems to be the clear winner. I suppose the white outline worked well with my inktobers because it was just the character and not a full illustration. @TessaW and @Adrian-K here is a version with just the splatters.