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    cool little "title" Charli's Avatar
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    bits and pieces
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein
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    bits and pieces for me as well.


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    Bits and Pieces is the clear winner.



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    I would have to vote for the following:

    1st Bits and Pieces

    2nd Trapped

    3rd Sinnergy

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    It's nice to see the posters getting some luv. I've noticed a distinct correlation between the quality of a poster and the film itself. Visually at least.

    The importance of good design (or lack thereof): composition, negative space, proportion, focus, color, etc... should be a major consideration for all filmmakers. If it is missing in the poster, it most likely will be missing in the film. Not a coincidence.

    A book that might be of interest is "The Visual Story" by Bruce Block.

    #3) Bits n Pieces. This would have been my first pick except for the miniscule size of the tag line and title. I can barely see the name of the film. Disproportionately small, bigger (in this case at least) would be better.

    #2) Sinnergy. Another great poster, but this time with nice large yet proportional size type. The flaw for me is the transition from the black on top into the photograph. It is too abrupt, and would be better with more feathering. A minor detail to some, but with a poster of this quality, little faults can be glaring.

    #1) Dispatch. This is my favorite. Nice simple design. Wonderful colors. Nice font choices. Great job!

    And to all the filmmakers who feel their posters are somehow lacking, the internet is a goldmine of tutorials, reference and all kinds of information. There's really no excuse, if you're willing to put in the HOURS needed to improve.

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    Hi,

    I like very much this three.

    1. 'Lot 6A'
    2. 'VII'
    3. 'Mindy Madison and the cockroach man'

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    My favs are
    1. The jones
    2. Mindy madison
    3. VII

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    Thanks for the props! NOBEL I was lucky to be attached to such an awesome film.
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    VII is an excellent poster, i took notes on that one. Nice work.
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    bits and pieces and the jones are also killer. hell most of the posters were just really good.
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