art prints - Paris Arc

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Therese Tucker
  • Minted Apr 28, 2015
  • 13 Comments made
  • 356 Votes cast

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hand drawn digital art in watercolor and ink

tags:

art prints, arc, paris, watercolor, ink, calligraphy, blue, nude

colors shown:

nude, paynes grey, black, white

design inspired by:

Rectangular Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jun 10 2016

Edited on:

Jun 14 2016

comments:

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Therese Tucker
Therese Tucker
@blythestarlight
Joined 2015

Do you like the color pairing or is it too subtle?

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Dawn Jasper
Dawn Jasper
@dawnjasper
Joined 2010 · 54 awards won

Oh I love this in the square format! I might just make it a bit smaller so that it has some nice breathing room around the edges.

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Robert Deem
Robert Deem
@robertdeem
Joined 2016 · 4 awards won

I think what you've done with the blue and pink is just about right. Great work!

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VERSION 8SUBMITTED ON 06/24/2016 08:42 pm

Annie Montgomery
Annie Montgomery
@anniemontgomery
Joined 2012 · 52 awards won

this is beautiful, Therese! I love A ;)

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Rick Walter
Rick Walter
@rickwalter
Joined 2016

This one feels "stronger" to me which is what the arcs portray.

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Courtney Crane
Courtney Crane
@courtlyn
Joined 2014 · 12 awards won

I think B is the most artistic take. :)

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Robert Deem
Robert Deem
@robertdeem
Joined 2016 · 4 awards won

B. Hi Therese, I prefer the more vibrant colors in this option though I can see some background shadowing that should be fixed.

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Julia
Julia
Joined 2016

The blue accentuates/ emphasizes your craft and originality in taking a common landmark and using it to make something that reflects you.

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Simona Camp
Simona Camp
@seethatthere
Joined 2014 · 135 awards won

So pretty! I chose A, but B is gorgeous also!

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Dawn Jasper
Dawn Jasper
@dawnjasper
Joined 2010 · 54 awards won

A for me! Though those blues in B are lovely too. They'd make a great alternate.

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VERSION 7SUBMITTED ON 06/18/2016 11:28 pm

Haley Warner
Haley Warner
@haleywarner
Joined 2015 · 41 awards won

This is gorgeous! I might either crop it a little more of maybe add a little more space to the top portion so that it's balanced within the square format. It seems like it's just a little too far to the top.

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VERSION 5SUBMITTED ON 06/17/2016 08:51 pm

Courtney Crane
Courtney Crane
@courtlyn
Joined 2014 · 12 awards won

I think C fills the canvas well and evokes the Arc de Triomphe well.

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VERSION 2SUBMITTED ON 06/13/2016 08:05 pm

Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

A, I think by the time Minted puts it's border on the image the type in B will be too small. Have you thought of going between the two. I do like the breathing room between the arch and type in B?

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Dawn Jasper
Dawn Jasper
@dawnjasper
Joined 2010 · 54 awards won

This is gorgeous! I honestly think you don't need the script at all. Have you tried it with just the arch on maybe a square format?

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VERSION 1SUBMITTED ON 06/11/2016 05:11 am

Alexa
Alexa
Joined 2016

I L O V E Paris and this would go on my wall.

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Eleni Sianis
Eleni Sianis
@elenisianis
Joined 2011 · 1 awards won

I wouldn't mind a dash of color somehwere.

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Pooja Pittie
Pooja Pittie
@poojapittie
Joined 2015 · 6 awards won

Hi Therese, I love this illustration! Have you tried increasing the pink tones slightly to make them a bit more visible? I would retain the subtlety though. And you didn't ask for this, but the letters are somehow taking away from the delicate line work for me. Maybe try to make the word smaller or in a different style? Good luck!

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