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Nuts and Bolts: Good Gets Great Before Making a Series.

December 22, 2017

Nuts & Bolts – Good Gets Great Before Making a Series

 

It’s always wise to take a final moment and reflect on your submission making any final improvements.  This is so true if you intend to create a like image series based on the design.  Not only does it improve your success in the review process but in marketability and sales too – where it really counts!

 

See this excellent example of final tweaks and tuning made by GCU artist Ron Magnes to his Galactic Christmas card design. This is now a attention getting relationship specific series.

 

Ron shared in the Notes to Reviewers with the review team:
Before I continue with this series I made a few adjustment. I darkened the background and brightened the type so it pops a little more. I also changed “stellar” to “awesome”. I figured more kids say awesome than stellar. I also got rid of the grain texture I thought it was too busy with everything else that’s going on and replaced it with a subtle circular pattern. On the inside verse I changed cluster to galaxy and spectacular to stellar. Can you please look it over and give me your thoughts.
Clever Ron has also used the design concept for a relationship specific Galaxy Birthday series.

Great job, Ron. As usual, your work is out of this world!

 

The difference is made in the details!

 

Mindy
GCU Community Manager
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One Comment leave one →
  1. January 2, 2018 2:34 pm

    Ron, this was a really super update! Thanks, Mindy, for showing us this example.

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