Updated artwork on my site. Comments welcome

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by michael, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. michael

    michael Guest

    I'm not a site designer so please disregard bad site design. I updated it
    with a couple new artwork pics I just finished and I don't know who else to
    really show them to.

    www.PixelKat.com

    thanks
     
    michael, Jan 8, 2008
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    Tom Nelson Guest

    Some very nice work, Michael. You should change the link colors from
    the default purple and dark blue -- they are hard to read against your
    black backgrounds.
    Tom Nelson
    Tom Nelson Photography
     
    Tom Nelson, Jan 9, 2008
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    dvus Guest

    Be easier to comment if your images had titles. I'd hang that #7 on page 2
    of the digital artwork on my wall any day.
     
    dvus, Jan 9, 2008
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    Waterspider Guest

    You really need to do some work on your site, or hire someone to do a nice
    job of it. Putting great photography on an amateurish website is like
    serving caviar on a paper plate.
     
    Waterspider, Jan 9, 2008
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    tony cooper Guest

    I wouldn't say the site is all that amateurish. There are some
    problems: primarily that the digital artwork is on a black background
    and all of the artwork tends to be darkish. The thumbnails blend in
    with the background and don't represent much. A white background, or
    any lighter color, would show them off better. The guy with the
    swings and the dogs is the only thumbnail that invites a clicking.

    The black background works on the Retouching page because the images
    contrast rather than blend in as they do on the digital artwork page.

    The other point has been brought up before. The images are not titled
    or numbered, so it's difficult to comment about a particular image.

    Functionally, the pages work fine.
     
    tony cooper, Jan 9, 2008
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    Wallman Guest

    I think you have a knack for the surreal/abstract genre. Go for it!
     
    Wallman, Jan 15, 2008
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