I feel like i haven't been here in ages. I haven't been feeling well lately along with being generally fatigued and have only wanted to sleep most of the time. and through it all i've still kept shooting (although my editing has gotten a bit behind). There's no tree up yet and shopping for gifts haven't even begun! Pity party over...hopefully will back on more frequent again
This is my first storyboard for a client so would love some CC on it...flow of images, will anything get cut off in print, that sorta thing. Mom wanted the date underneath but I think that will def. get cut off in printing, so does it look ok on the right side? it's 20x10 with the image openings being 5x7.
I see the same thing in baby's head...I did a clipping mask in the layer and then tried to transform it to fit and I always struggle with getting the image to fit in the square. will try again. Do you think I should start the text at the very left edge under the image and then the date ending on the far right under the image?
Can you zoom out a little (looser crop) with the baby's head pic, so it doesn't have to be compressed to fit inside the square?
I think what you said about the text would make it look too spread out, not sure till I see it, but I think just moving the whole thing to the left so that there's equal space before it & after it when looking at it under the squares, if that makes sense....would look good...?
I'm with Mom...I'm not digging the script font, either. It's a little tough to read. But, it is super sweet...I love it. I do have a wierd thing in that I think the hands and feet could possibly be switched...almost like you read from left to right, and you look at the baby from top to bottom? IDK exactly how to explain it, but it's just a thought that I have when I see it! But, as a new mom, I think it is beautiful and such a sweet idea.
Always hold down the shift key when you are transforming, and your image won't distort. With the font, I would either make it a bit smaller, and line it up with the right of left edge, or just keep it the way it is, and center it. It is going to be fabulous though, once those few details are fixed up, great job on your first storyboard!