Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sand Ship.

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Anonymous Sameh Khan said...

I can see this very well, but unfortunately only after I have read the word. Maybe that was you aim, but if you want to make the camel 'body' the first aspect of the piece to be perceived by the viewer, then I feel maybe the head needs to be a bit more separated, either making the 'stem' of the 'a'longer, or the mouth of the 'a' a bit thinner.

Also, just on a side note, how about making the front leg have a knee joint, and have two lines at an angle, somewhat like this:

Love your shift into this art form. Hopefully you'll still have time for ambigrams :)


11:31 AM  
Blogger nagfa said...

Thanks for the critique, Sameh.

We do agree with the the extra strokes (the example is the mood we wanted to achieve, but fell short) and the knee joint could help in the visualising of the animal.

Our 'design' was a hastily-done, concept-driven one with total naivete on the 'execution part', we agree. It was wholly done using Word Art (forte type) on MS PowerPoint.

P.S.: we will still do ambigrams; only that these use much lesser time.


8:56 PM  

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