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    Hi , I recently joined this group to find and learn more regarding my graphic course, I designed 2 and 3D stuffs for my uni assessment, I am really appreciated for any feedbacks, the design is related to my artworks and handcrafts.
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    Last edited by KitchWitch; 01-09-2018, 08:25 AM. Reason: removed facebook link

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    Hi Leila and welcome to GDF.

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    • #3
      I saw the images before the facebook link was removed.

      You have a classy office space.
      Why in the world are you using a low end trade show pull up in it?
      Do better than that. You have all kinds of walls suited to 2D artwork. You could put in a solid built shape that matches the decor. Use the space to better show off your handiwork. The pull-up is a cop out and cheapens the office experience.

      On the wall logo, yes its buildable. You get points for that.
      However, is it light-able?
      The shapes are deep. Most lighting that would be pre-installed to hit that wall would probably be ceiling units, and would be close to the wall, maybe only 24-30'' out, giving it a very sharp down angle. The depth of the larger letter shapes will more than likely cast a shadow on the shallower small letters below.
      You wont get a yellow reflection on the wall going up. The lighting will focus that down. There would be very little yellow bounce.
      If you intend to front light this at a shallower angle, you are going to have to put in some fixtures further out to show that. And show it in the better lighting on the faces of the letters.

      Always consider what your lighting will do to wall elements in space. I found these on the internet:
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      Or consider having fun with lighting for effect:
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      Last edited by PrintDriver; 01-09-2018, 09:47 AM.

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      • #4
        Many thanks , for your great feedbacks.

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