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    sinnergy, by far. mindy madison and VII are close seconds. not a fan of bits and pieces.
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    Bits & Pieces. By FAR the best of the mix!
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    1.Synergy
    2.The Jones
    3.Bits and Pieces (best image though, just thought if the title would be nicer if it's a bigger font and maybe right above the credits?)
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    Thanks Susanne, Richard and Kyle for the props! I'm glad you guys liked the poster!


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    I love Bits and Pieces, Synnergy, and The Devil's Toy. Oh, wait of course I love The Devil's Toy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Ramsey View Post
    this will be highly informal....

    not sure how the winner shall be picked as we don't have time to add it into the rating system or anything.

    but, how's about post up your nominations for best poster in this thread... we'll just kinda play it by ear...
    Hi Jason,

    Did you find a solution how to choose the best poster? So, if you did - which poster is it?

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    It truly is a stunning visual, but let's breakdown the hierarchy and reasoning behind each of the elements. For one, what is the point of inverting the text over the window? Just so we can read it?

    Not a good enough reason in my book.

    If it were to be titled "Night and Day", or "Inside and Outside", I could see a justification for placing the text over the window and setting it to a darker tone. Don't place things just because they look neat, legible, or shaped correctly... convey an idea to me. Great design is always about something bigger than pretty pictures.

    Also, the placement of your text elements confuses me. Part of me is convinced that this film is called "Good Night. Sleep Tight." -- After all, those words aren't much smaller, and they are on top of the print. Keep going.

    These are the reasons behind my choice to not nominate Bits And Pieces as #1, despite it seeming to win the audience approval in this thread.

    I encourage all of you to give more consideration to your design choices. Don't make them all on a whim, and if you do, be sure you can back them up with an explanation, or some sort of reason as to why you did what you did. The more you practice this, the better your hand at design will get.

    Then again, this IS a filmmaking forum not a design forum. ;)

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