Opinions on sketch stage of upcoming piece?
Hello lads !
Here is a basic sketch stage of an upcoming piece I m designing!
What do you think of the composition of this?
I went for a symmetrical layout with some asymmetrical bits and pieces.
"You better get off that porch strangeh!!"
Does it work?? What do you think?
@Georgios-Christopoulos I like this. I think you framed it well with the two guys in front. I curious to the time setting for this. I get an old western vibe yet he is on his phone. It would be cool if it was a night scene and the glow from the phone was lighting him up.
@Georgios-Christopoulos i’d really like to see more of those strangers. You can make them look menacing or something.
@Chip-Valecek Well , to be frank ,the initial idea was that
the old man is some kind of a bounty hunter or smt like than , and he is waiting patiently on the front porch of the town saloon , smoking his pipe with the company of his trusty menacing black cat.
And at that time ,the duo arrives telling him to get out of there.
But this cell phone idea is awesome ,really.
Props to igniting my imagination more.
Thanks for the feedback!!
Nathalie Kranich last edited by
Hey! Love the feel of this so far, seeing the man and the cat made me smile at once, it has a lot of character and is promising to be great.
I like how strong the old gent feels being centered like that, but I agree with Nyrryl that it would be nice to see some more of them. Right now I don't know what the duo is doing, who they are or why they're there, as much as the scene is menacing I don't understand anything about it.
Looking forward to where this is going!
@Nathalie-Kranich Love your feedback!! Yes ,I totally agree that the scene is not that clear at the moment. I m really tempting of making the piece with a kind of comic page layout so i can explore more of those guys.
Thanks for taking the time to say your opinion!
@Georgios-Christopoulos that sounds cool but I’d still recommend showing the back of the strangers’ heads and their shoulders.