fruit loose, your loose

Posted: September 8, 2012 in Uncategorized, week3
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Fruit juice label done in Adobe Illustrator

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  1. Helle says:

    WOW! Love this one, its one of my favs! I bet u have done this before? 😀 But the gradient in the banana and the fonts with the decor, all perfectly put together I think! And The colours, loving it. Im trying to say something critic also in my comments to other class people, but Im not that sure with this one. Maybe u could have done the fruit a bit more up with the font? Like so the label go a bit “landscapy”? but good work 😀

  2. megame73 says:

    Thanks for the comment….i got the same critic from Ike but i was so afraid of crowding it (and putting everything together again since i didn’t know how to make group then) so i let it be. I was so glad that i was able to create something from illustrator (my first this one) so didn’t really see the whole thing as one. I think i can forgive myself this time :). Feedback from others really say a lot .

  3. ikegbus says:

    For a first timer, it shows you have got potential. (My opinion) Yet I feel its not my place to tell you that. (The teachers place) I also struggled with mine also. Its a learning process.

  4. Kristine says:

    Hi, WOW, is the right word, it looks really good:-D I am so impressed by your dimensions in your objects. It looks like pro work, for me at least;-) I also think that your fruit and text part could be closer too each other. But I would rather take the text and swoosh down a notch:-)

  5. megame73 says:

    Thanks Ike and Kristine!!
    I reviewed my label and was about to make the fruits bigger and put the banana in front of the orange but the components were too small that (don’t worry, i’ve learned to organize my layers now) i grabbed them one by one and made a mess of it. I just made a comic out of it 🙂 (see image added)

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