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    Just wanted to see what you guys think of this ad that I put together from my BC. It is B&W and being put together by a local Advertising Agency with other ads to be printed on flyers to be pasted on the top of pizza boxes. Just wanted to see what you guys thought...
    Things are blurred for my own protection. Never know who is out there...sorry. Don't need anymore junk in my email box or my mail box!!

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    love the cats eye...is that the graphic pen filter?

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      I used a bunch of filters in PS until I thought it looked good. Then I greyscaled it and played with the brightness/contrast levels to make it look good. Unfortunately it's one of those things that I couldn't do again the same way. I also selected the eye by itself and lightened it. My BC has the same type of look that the sig did that I posted earlier this week. It is color with the eye being bright blue. Glad you like it. It is the first piece I have done that I truly like myself.

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      • #4
        totally cool, great job on the eye!




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        • #5
          I love the eye, its great.....

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          • #6
            I think this design will work great for B/W flyers and ads. It's clean, simple and has all the important info you want conveyed. Purrrrrr...

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            • #7
              Cool

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