Wizard of Oz Cover WIP- Need Feedback & Suggestions!
JoshuaDages last edited by
Love these character designs. The only critique I could see would be that it feels a little heavier on the right-hand side because of the Lion and "OZ," but that's if I had to be picky. Really like it!
cszoltan last edited by
Here is a quick update. which one would work best, the classical blue sky background or #2 or #3.
Nr. 2-3 are more interesting with the red title.
thank you foryou feedback!
Freya Chakour last edited by
@cszoltan hmmmmm difficult to decide but I think for me the second one is the most appealing. the warm tone makes it friendly. I always try to imagine wich book I would took up if these lay before me, and this would definitely be it, even though I like the green one too, but I think the orange sky balances the image better
deborah Haagenson last edited by
It's 2 for me also. I agree with the prior post that it balances the image. I think the green sort of seperates the colors into the top and bottom half.
@cszoltan i love 2. that orange sky looks amazing against the emerald city.
Coley last edited by
The blue is a bit dark. I dont know what it would be like lighter
Eric Droke last edited by
I think it's #2 for me, as well. Great job!
@cszoltan I like #3 - the green city and sky make a nice backdrop, drawing attention to the two red things - the title and poppies in the foreground. The characters stand out well on this too. The orange sky in #2 makes the green hill and Emerald City stand out instead, which does not seem intended to be the focal point?
miranda-hoover last edited by
@cszoltan Looks great! Personally, I like the green sky the most: it draws your attention to the foreground, seems less busy, and reads better at a smaller size. Orange would probably be my second choice.
K.Flagg last edited by
I like the warmth in the sky also on #2....very nice coloring!
cszoltan last edited by
@deborah-Haagenson @Freya-Chakour @Nyrryl-Cadiz @Eric-Droke @K-Flagg Yes, I think it balances out the flowers and the title more, and also holds contrast to the Emerald City.
@miranda-hoover @carriecopadraws If the sky is a light green then the grass and the City becomes One background, and gives a stronger contrast to the foreground characters and the red title on top.
Thank you for all your help, have a great Weekend!