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Family Dynamic cover ruff1 by cheeks-74 Family Dynamic cover ruff1 by cheeks-74
I'm a little rusty with the covers, so I did 3 layouts to try and make the cover interesting, while keeping in mind to leave space for the text.

Hope y'all digs!
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moonpheniox Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2008
i like the first the best. Theres something there that seems to draw somebody in.

Oh by the way: love your
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Ederoi Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Awesome! great to see the process =)
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coreylansdell Featured By Owner May 27, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Love looking at your roughs... great establishment of motion and weight. Do you start with pencils??? Then bring it into Photoshop or Illustrator???

I know you may not want to give us too much about your process but I'm so curious.

Peace
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meheekano Featured By Owner May 23, 2008
i like the far left one, the balance flow feels oh so well.

just move the jumping character up a bit. and your set.

cash in that check. and sit y te pone;s a chuparrrrrrrrrr!(roll the r's like you mean it)
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MisSYosHi Featured By Owner May 23, 2008
Cool!
I like the first one better!
And then the third...
The middle one not so much, because of the guy in th back, I don't find him as powerful as in the other two covers. Plus he's so in the middle.
SO I'd really have to go with the first one!
Good job!
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Sempai-Tem Featured By Owner May 23, 2008
I like the layout of the first one the most except swap out the simple standing there pose for the more dynamic pose in the other two versions. Keeping the First ones size at the same time. So more dynamic pose but scale it in size to matching the standing pose... does that make sense. One more thing drop the exclamation point... it'll give you some of that much needed text space.
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deviantHEART86 Featured By Owner May 23, 2008
cool design!
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TrSOnline Featured By Owner May 22, 2008
very nice, i like the first one best
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Avanthar Featured By Owner May 22, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
i like these poses, i like the way it looks all sketched out too :heart:

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jusdog Featured By Owner May 21, 2008  Professional Filmographer
dude, it's all about the text!

I've been doing covers like crazy the last couple of weeks, and I'm constantly being warned about the borders and the text...

looks cool though. I like seeing the bones to your work:}
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