Added some trees...trying to go a fun route. Unfortunately the tress will not be part of the client piece..but I may use it for my own Christmas cards.
over 1 year ago
wow, those trees just added a whole new level to this. Nice Adam.
The trees are brilliant! I find it super hard to design Christmas things that don't look horribly cheesy, but you've definitely succeeded. This looks great.
Thanks Dave means a lot coming from ya!
def sweet scene man love those trees gives calm feel
WOW!! This is getting better every single time!!! Love the illo and style!!!
Thanks a lot guys! I am seriously getting happier and happier with the overall look.
Looks great, Adam!
This is gorgeous! Nice job!
Those trees are great and really help fill the space! Moving them out toward the edge of the piece, and even clipping the trees on the sides, might focus a bit more attention on the package. Looking awesome as usual Adam.
Agreed, the trees really give it a whimsical element that feels more artistic.
Yeah, I love those trees! I love how the palette is still very holiday-ish without being red and green. Nice work!
This is absolutely wonderful, Adam!
If I had to guess as to what was in that box... I would guess a doughnut?
DING DING DING! We have a winner! Luke just won a load of KKD Work. ;P
Looking awesome! Although the trees feel a bit piled on top of the others. Maybe sorting them a bit more will make this ever better!
And hey @Adam, did you thought on adding (not to many, but) a few snowflakes a bit blured on the foreground like we can se on Silverblack Homepage for example? I think it could add an interesting depth to the overall comp.
KKD isn't bad work and their money spends well.
Killin' it with this one Adam. Pretty sweet dude!
8 months ago
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