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Monday, January 04, 2021

Why waiting for the "Art of" book ...

At regular intervals, until the show's official opening in spring, I will post unused concept artwork of the production, here.

Like this rough layout test, one of the (many) ideas I had for the promotional poster sujet, which in the end turned out quite too detailed and the featured character was way too small. The exhibit's executive producer politely suggested a sujet with more visual impact qualities.
I am still amazed at what shading adds to a sketch, even the roughest use of it.
#roughlayout #testsujet #visualdevelopment #exhibit #kasematten #schlossberg #graz #theartoffloriansatzinger

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