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September 15th, 2003, 11:12 pm
Tell me what you think about these three posters, I think the first one is best:
September 16th, 2003, 12:25 am
it's your first post so :welcome: to the boards
i see you are from finland so moi
the posters are great.i like the first most because there's ron.snuffles is really cute and that's how i imagine sirius' animagus form to be..
September 16th, 2003, 2:06 am
A few comments, though...
#1. The title, while excilently done (one of the most professional-looking title's I've seen) shouldn't be located at the top. It makes the poster look top-heavy. Also, the movie will be released on June 4, not July 4.
#2. The title, while better placed than in the first one, is still a bit to high. Other than that, my only complaint is that the poster has to much on it and lacks focus. Still, well done, though.
#3. While I would have put the title at the bottom, the poster doesn't look as top-heavy as the first one. I like the simple idea, but I think that there might be just a tad bit to much black. But I like it.
Overall, I think my favorite is #3, closely followed by #2. #1 is also good, but I don't think its quite as good as the others. :shrug:
September 16th, 2003, 4:13 am
My favorite would probably be the first one. Good job! :tu:
September 19th, 2003, 3:49 pm
Welcome to the boards. :)
I liked the last one the most. Didn't pick 2 because I don't care for the night bus to be in a poster. I like 1 except for the two landscape scenes at the top and bottom. Plus we really haven't been shown any decent quality production stills of Harry and everyone. I know everyone that makes posters crams those in usually but I think it's distracting. I like 3 cause it's simple and leaves a bit of mysteriousness to it.
September 19th, 2003, 10:11 pm
On all of the three, switch the title and the "Year Three Begins" IMO.
The second one had too much stuff. I like the first one - it's real organized. If you do the switch on the third one, it could end up being the best - kind of minimalist and very intriguing.
October 30th, 2003, 4:29 am
I like all three, but I think the first two have a bit too much going on to be totally effective. The third is quite creepy, and is suggestive enough of the spirit of the book to pique ones interest. I think I like that one best.
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