Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Cover Experiments and Resin Copies!

Hey Guys,

Heres a quick peek at a Poster cover Im playing with....its version 1.0.
But I like the basic look. also.....heres a 3 cool copies of my stinger sculpt...his mold and resin copies came out GREAT!



Alonso said...

I love that cover, really great, dynamic and it summarizes the whole feeling of the piece. (small crit, the drain is a little distracting) When can we sign up for the DVD?!

So you gonna take a break and catch up on sleep, or are you guys diving straight into the secret project?

Shelley Noble said...

Love the cover sketch, really strong and appealing. I'd have a poster of that.

Anonymous said...

I like the shadow of the bars a film noir feel...I like the clock too, I agree with Alonso about the drain... But the simplicity of the design and the Pathos of the angle and expression is attractive... Is this gonna be on a shelf competing for attention with a bunch of other DVDs? I think it would get my attention...I think Occam's razor applies to design too: "All other things being equal, the simplest solution is the best."

jriggity said...

Thanks for the notes guys!

Agreed...on the drain too.

its as good as gone.

This would be used as a Press kit image or eventually somthing close for a DVD cover.


bRYEnd_of_the_schtick said...

(^ heh. what if the drain were aligned with the bottom loop of the "6"? like it looks darn close to ?
9^ ..yeah. too much hassle. easier to just erase.
(^ I just like that " goin' down the drain soon if I don't get picked up I'm gonnah Pee!" subtleteaser .
is the image layered so the clock shadow could be twisted a notch? shifted and turned just that leeeetle bit?

emmyymme said...

It looks great, it's got such a strong feel to it, definitely poster/cover worthy!

Anonymous said...

Looks beautiful!

Especially the lighting and camera angle- great sculpts tie it all together.

I can see what the initial sketch of the DVD cover was depicting now. Really cool idea!

Minor crit: there should be an apostrophe in the title because it's indicating the possessive form of Gerald, but it's no big deal.

I agree about the drain as well. I can't wait to see what it looks like in the final version!

Ryan McCulloch said...