Lion Lamb

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  1. Mike Bruner Mike Bruner

    very early stages yet, but working on another lion-lamb combo.
    See it?
    any feed back appreciated.

    over 1 year ago

  2. Jacob Klos Jacob Klos

    Love the concept.

    Kind of a lamb photo bomb.

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Mark McCoy Mark McCoy

    Saw it immediately. Very nice. Is it too sappy if the containing shape is a heart?

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    over 1 year ago

  4. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    The overlap is great Mike. Seamless.

    Wonder if the lamb would benefit from a little more breathing room in the mane there. Maybe accentuate the angle of the facets at the bottom (I.E. more a defined 9 sided shape vs. the slightly curved 7 sided shape).

    That's a bit confusing maybe, but just some minor fiddling...

    I'm also wondering how flaring out the neck of the lamb would look (more in line with the other divisions of the mane) Maybe good, maybe bad...

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    over 1 year ago

  5. Florin Capota Florin Capota

    off to a great star Mike, @Michael Spitz has some nice suggestions here, can't wait to see the next iteration.

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    over 1 year ago

  6. Jord Riekwel Jord Riekwel

    The badass-ness of that lion is just incomprehensible.

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    over 1 year ago

  7. Harmen Harmen

    Nice. I really like it! Maybe a bit more contrast between the Lion and the lamb could lift out the sheep a bit more. Through colours maybe?

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    over 1 year ago

  8. Debashis Nayak Debashis Nayak

    Yes, I am agreeing with @Michael and @Harmen ! Have you tried the other -way like scaling it down a bit to see which illustration has more dominance? May be you can try illustrating the sheep's head starting just below the ear-line of the lion, yet showing a healthy collaboration !! But overall, I like it very much :)

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    over 1 year ago

  9. Mike Bruner Mike Bruner

    @Jacob Klos THX!
    @Mark McCoy see what your saying about the heart. nice option. This is going to end up being a part of more elements, so It may be a bit much, but thanks for the insight.
    @Michael Spitz , you are my suggestion box. :D I see what your saying. I have pushed that bottom more and more open, I believe it may not be enough yet. Thanks big time for the suggestions. maybe flaring out the bottom may give the thickness needed. Thanks, bud. may email ya a couple quick ones to get the feed back. Fair?
    @Florin Capota THX, will post when and if I end up pushing this concept more.
    @Jord Riekwel Glad you like the lion. means I may be getting close. :D THX.
    @Harmen colors are an option I'm going to experiment with for sure, but I would like to get the contrast in BW first. I think it the long run it finishes out better. Thanks for the feedback.
    @Debashis Nayak funny you should say that I have tried rbinging up the lamb farther into the lions head, making the lions nose become the face of the lamb, it seems like there is something there, but I haven't reached it. It starts to make it more difficult to see both. Too much searching. BUT it might work out. Still toying with this.

    Thanks so much for all the critiques, really helps. :D

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    over 1 year ago

  10. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    You know it bud.

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    over 1 year ago

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  12. Communication Agency Communication Agency

    Lovely Mike both variants has sparkling shine!!

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    over 1 year ago

  13. Diego Gouvêa Diego Gouvêa

    great, great, great!

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    about 1 year ago

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