Cd Cover

Discussion in 'Signatures' started by Dj SpliTT, Oct 21, 2007.

  1. Dj SpliTT

    Dj SpliTT Well-Known Member

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    I recently made this for the CD I'm making, thought I'd tag it here and get some feedback.


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    If you all are curious about why is there a guy in the picture, that's me. Going for the holloween theme.
    Bah.
     
  2. Xioushi

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    Way too overcontrasted, too much going on as well. You have background texture, you have tiles, and you have some stocks. Wayy too much, try for a more simple effect.
     
  3. Dj SpliTT

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    Thanks for the feedback, Getting CS3 soon, so hopefully my skills improve through there years.
     
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    its okay maybe the colours and stuff could be changed and contrast.
     
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    hmm remove the boxes effect :P

    ps,, what kind of hardstyle do you make?
     
  6. Dj SpliTT

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    Lol.
    It's fast beat techno with a lot of bass.
    ;]
    and thanks for the feedback guy.
     
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    Ouch. Not easy on the eyes. If it's techno, regardless of beat rate or rhythm, you should consider something a little more soft for eyes. At first I thought it was hip-hop.

    Onto the graphics, you have the basic elements (e.g. album name, artist, focal point), but it's way too harsh on the eyes. The contrast between the black, white, and green can really give it a bad appeal in terms of visuals. Try something a little less hectic so it's easier on the eyes. Also, I agree with removing the box pattern as well as consider less graphics overall. You want a clean and simple visual that won't overwhelm the product's buyer.

    P.S. There is a large piece section, and, if I am correct, this qualifies to go there. Good luck with your graphics :)
     
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    looks alright but a little harsh imo
     
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    a little rough, change contrast and get rid of boxes.
     
  10. eS.Neo

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    TO messy an over contrasted

    Try to keep it simple with some cool stuff in it tho.
    TO drag the eye abit.
    FInd the "perfect" line just and it will look neat
     
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    as said by everyone else to harsh on the eyeballs. yea to much going on. remove the tiles. just read everyone elses' it covers it all
     
  12. Dj SpliTT

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    I wish we could throw a Paint.Net SOTW, see who would win =p
    on the other hand, I can agree that its bright, I shouldn't of did the polar inversion, Only about 7 layers on that. I blurred it way to much, it went over the text, I sharpened it three times with 100% opticy, that's where all the glow comes from, Contrast full blast for the background, I get what your all saying.
    Bah.
    Thanks for the useful tips!
    ;]
     

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