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    this is going to be an 89.25"x59" display for the company i work for. called exhibits southwest. All done in PS. tear it up, please!
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    I think the image itself is very beautiful. The only problem I have is that the text is hard for me to read. Maybe it's just my monitor, but the colors seem to blend into the background in some places.
    ~Cassi

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    • #3
      It doesnt tell me anything and I think the focal point is somewhere in that mountain/rock looking thing. It draws my attention away from the company name. So I think people will walk by and not even notice the name.

      But, if the company has brochures on vertical stands or some type of display consuming a portion of the table top infront of the pop-up-table-display then i could understand their choice in doing so.

      But, even the color of the font gets lost in the background. I dont think it serves the purpose most displays have at these things.

      Personally I hate table top conferences. The tables look sooooo busy.

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      • #4
        but its pretty....kinda looks like it should be on a postal stamp or something.

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        • #5
          what's gonna happen is that eventually my boss will get off her ass and give me some copy to put on this. and it'll go in our showroom, it won;t actually go to shows. so, I didn't wanna make the logotype stand out too much b/c it's an advert for the place it's at. does that make ANY sense?

          thanks for the compliments on the image! I worked hard on this thing! it's also my first completely digital painting.
          Me Blog, ya scurvy dog----> http://dreamindex.blogspot.com
          click the monkey... you know you want to... <updated 11/26!!

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