Church series artwork. Guess what it's about...
over 1 year ago
I love this. Your stuff is always so fresh and clean. The only thing I would change is the colors of the first two S's. They stick out a little too much because of their hue. I think something lighter would blend better.
@Gregory Gerken good thought. I'll give it a go. Thanks always for your input and love brother!
I dig the look of this, Matt. My only recommendation would be to chop up the Ss and the O so you can multiply them. Right now having those be single color feels a bit inconsistent.
I wouldn't listen to the lesson and just stare at these slides the entire time! Great job!
I like this, and i think @Jim LePage's suggestion is exactly what i thought.
@Spencer Hamm being a creative at church is truly a burden! hard to focus! especially when the music and art is great!
Cool, but it reminds me my work (on dribbble) :)
Good stuff, Matt.
nice work - what do you guys do with sermon series artwork? kept in-house or available for distribution?
@Nicholas D'Amico or especially when the art is clip art gifs and golden papyrus with outlines haha
@Matt Scribner Love it dude, really great stuff.
@Alex Kuvaldin Doesn't remind me of your work.. but that's just me.
Dang thanks everyone for the love!
@Jim LePage I tried doing something like that but it just felt awkward, but I'll keep working with it. Thanks for suggestions all the same brother!
@Spencer Hamm I echo Nick.. it is a struggle! Especially seeing someone ELSE's gorgeous designs up on the screen. I become a drooling love zombie.
@Alex Kuvaldin That does look like it a bit in the idea of it all but I promise you with all that I am that I had not seen that before! Killer work on it all the same man!
@Steven Grant For now we have stuff in-house... we're working on a major site overhaul right now and one of the things we were talking about is having a resources page so we can share stuff. I'll let you know when/if that comes into fruition.
@Caleb Ogden Thanks brother! You're the best.
This is awesome!
about 1 year ago
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