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Old 15-05-2007, 12:19 AM   #1
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Default orange advertisement

this was for class. we had to pick and color and depict a means of advertising it (graphic design class)

and bonus stop motion animation video for the same ad
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oW1j88cv4jE

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Old 15-05-2007, 08:47 PM   #2
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edges look kinda funky
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lower the contrast or adjust the colours in photoshop, its really hard to look at.
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Originally posted by Altadena
edges look kinda funky
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lower the contrast or adjust the colours in photoshop, its really hard to look at.
I have no idea what you two are talking about! I love it! It makes me want some citrus! Very effective ad! I love the idea, and I love how you carried out the purpose! KUTGW

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Citrus thinking that way makes it seem better. Geuss it was my perspective.
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The idea is fine, but im struggling to see the point of those overlays. ie. The warped jigsaw peices, the greeny yellowy lines, and the hexagonal pattern. Simplicity is the height of sophistication; get rid of all the crap and it would look quite nice

/Edit - i've just noticed the dodgy edges too on the 2nd and 3rd closest pieces, and now I'm wondering if the overlays are trying to hide them

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i'm a graphic designer. Of course simplicity is best, but that's not what i'm going for here. my message is that the color orange can be used in more places than one normally assumes, thus breaking the confines of an orange peel. it is seeking new genres, so to speak.
as for the edges, i was too pressed for time to go back into maya and fix it at the time of the project. it will be fixed for my portfolio, though. thanks for responses guys.


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The idea is fine, but im struggling to see the point of those overlays. ie. The warped jigsaw peices, the greeny yellowy lines, and the hexagonal pattern. Simplicity is the height of sophistication; get rid of all the crap and it would look quite nice

/Edit - i've just noticed the dodgy edges too on the 2nd and 3rd closest pieces, and now I'm wondering if the overlays are trying to hide them

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