ArabesqueArtsByDarcy wrote:I can see why you would say that.
This was a nuisance to digitize and improve from the original paper cutting.
I doubt correcting the crookedness would increase the votes.
But thanks for the compliment!
You give so much feedback, it's only fair that someone reciprocate:
I really like this design, but right off the bat, I think you robbed yourself of some votes by using a thumbnail that doesn't tell the story.
I don't think asymmetry is problematic. the solidness of the color is more of an issue for me. It's a bit of a missed opportunity where you could have loaded the "positive space", and in this case I think even general foliage would fit the bill and give viewers a little more to be drawn in by / fall in love with.
I think maybe more saturated colors too, although that is more a matter of taste; I just think I'd like it a little more if the colors popped a bit more.
I really like the use of alternative media (cutouts), but you gotta know you're taking a chance when you do that. Anyway, lovely work overall, keep thinking outside the box!