my multi collection covers

Discussion in 'Works In Progress (WIP)' started by dracore, Mar 6, 2008.

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  1. dracore

    dracore Member Member

    i was woundering what some of you thought of the covers for the collection i am working on now?

    all feed back welcome
     

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  2. dracore

    dracore Member Member

    heres another
     

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  3. zantasha

    zantasha Freshman Master Designer

    If you want my honest opinion...these covers need a lot of more work to do. To be more honest, you need to start from zero.
    Instead of giving you tips on these covers, I'm giving you links of some Multiple Movie Covers already available in the gallery. You watch them closely and then give yourself some honest critic that what is wrong with yours and what can improve 'em.

    EXAMPLE 1

    EXAMPLE 2

    EXAMPLE 3

    EXAMPLE 4

    EXAMPLE 5
     
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  4. spartanstew

    spartanstew New Member Member

    PS. Quadrilogy is not only NOT a real word, but it also has an "r" in it.
     
  5. Paper Pills

    Paper Pills Sophomore Designer

    what is "digital impact" all about?

    as zant said, they need quite a bit of work. i understand if you want to find a format and stick with it, but it has to be more than just posters floating on a background.

    i think you should take a look at caveman's stuff found here http://www.r1db.com/covers/search.php?searchid=112046

    he has one general pattern he carries through all his packs but each is customized just enough to make then all uniquie.
     
  6. dracore

    dracore Member Member

    thanks for your replys and thanks for the links atleast i can re-make them with a better knowledge of how to
    thanks again
     
  7. dracore

    dracore Member Member


    WOW...i deffo need to think them over which is the best prog to use for blending pics ect i use
    paintshop at the momment but as u can see with my covers not alot of knowledge
     
  8. zantasha

    zantasha Freshman Master Designer

    Paintshop works fine for a lot of designers....but majority of designers use Adobe Photoshop (7 or above). I personally find it more friendly and easier to use. The rest depends on your own creativity. :)
     
  9. dracore

    dracore Member Member

    thanks for the great replys...ill start sampling and see how i do

    thanks all for your time:r1dbr:
     
  10. Starscream

    Starscream Freshman Member

    great work on all of them
     
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