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December 17th, 2011 #1
Painted Papercuts... good idea, or bad idea?
Just 3 works for you to take a look at.
1st one's a personal piece, 2nd and 3rd
were done on commission (postal cards
and poster for an indie short film).
I'm especially interested in your thoughts
on these, because I'm still guessing if this
papercuts/watercolour trick seems to have
enough appeal/potential to maybe use it
again on more complex pieces.
Last edited by elemile; December 18th, 2011 at 12:11 AM.
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Oh yes, you should definitely continue using this technique. The third is my favorite. Great concept and execution. Well done!
December 18th, 2011 #3
One thing though, did you intend for the wrinkled paper? I actually like it because I think it adds to the piece as a whole BUT wrinkled paper tends to look unprofessional in my opinion.
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December 18th, 2011 #4
People did like it: it served alright to the mood of the film, as some sort of children's tale gone wrong... but it wasn't intentional and it bothered me, indeed; I'll have to try controlling that much better. Thanks.
Last edited by elemile; December 18th, 2011 at 12:25 AM.
January 27th, 2015 #5
I like the wrinkled paper, it says art on real paper, and has an intentional detachment from slick.