Thanks to everyone who's been keeping up with this project and giving me feedback!
Going back and polishing the elephants. I wanted the white ear marks to be an allusion to speech bubble marks, but I realize it's a bit of a stretch.
I added in the lines on their trunks to really emphasize they're elephants and not whales...
Feedback, thoughts, and crits are encouraged as always.
about 1 year ago
Maybe make the lines on the Elephants a little more "damaged" give them a feel. Make 'em slanted, add random ones, etc. I have really been enjoying your progression through this.
Keep up the great work ✌
Definitely an elephant now, and not a whale. Good thought on the lines.
@Ricky Linn, I don't think the lines are necessary, keep it simple.
I like the little elephant doesn't have a tusk (your first attempts), that makes me think about a baby with his mother. Now I see both parents, just a thought.
Elephants are back!!! Yay!
Lets talk about the elephant(s) in the room...
... they look great!
Lines most definitely emphasise the whale… in my opinion it pulls it away form the quotation marks a lot.
Aesthetically it's fucking gorgeous :)
Hey! I'm also with Nikita on this one Ricky. I think simple is better in this case for sure.
I also felt like it read more like an elephant when the tusk was further down on the face and not so triangular. I know you're alluding to speech bubbles by doing that, but since it's such a stretch maybe it's not worth sacrificing the read of the elephant.
It could be nice to play with the size/position/shape of the eyes a little bit as well to inject a little more personality. Could the child be looking to the mother or some other gesture in that way?
Just a thought, this is looking great dude!
by Ricky Linn
I think this is the best iteration so far but it's starting to look too cute...?
about 1 year ago
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