Here’s an in-progress poster I’m working on for UrbanTheater’s upcoming production of The Beauty of the Father. It’s a really beautiful play that has Lorca’s ghost as a character.
I spend so much time making shit everyday at work that I worry about losing my taste when it comes to freelance and personal projects. This poster has gradients and a drop shadow, which I never would have done before this job. I think the gradient is working ok though.
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- macartney likes this
- tonybreed said: This looks really nice! It took me a long time to realize there were good uses of dropshadows and gradients, and they were not just the tools of lazy designers. Here, for example, I would not have noticed them if you hadn’t pointed them out.
- homotronic said: i think it looks good? as long as it doesn’t scream THIS HAS A GRADIENT AND A DROP SHADOW it’s all good, for the most part.
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- ultragraphique said: I think this looks great!
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- jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk said: The gradient is very tasteful though, it looks great. This is sort of like what I was talking about earlier though, losing it because of work. I think you’re holding your own just fine. MSAE — Make something awesome, etc.
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