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The Cinema Slob: Speed Racer Title Card

By MeadowSage
The title card I did for The Cinema Slob's review of "Speed Racer": [link]

Art (c) Anna Konwinski, 2012.
The Cinema Slob (c) Zack Lavoy
Title card template/logo (c) Shaun Millington (~ShaunTM)

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Chouhatsu-Itsudatsu's avatar
First-class fantastic! :la: :heart:
ShaunTM's avatar
So you kept the boarder, logo and everything, its so weird seeing a different art style and picture in there, but its really good.

How long did it take you?
MeadowSage's avatar
Yep, we decided to keep the original border and logo for the time being. Zach likes it, and I like it, so we decided to let it stick around for a little while. =D

The picture took about four days to do, though the most time was spent laying it out and doing the lineart. I'm really particular about getting stuff right, so I had to quite a bit of referencing, especially with the cars.
ShaunTM's avatar
I wish I had that kind of time, well I do, but its spent on other stuff. I normally have a day, but recently it seems like 5 or 6 hours. I often wonder what I could do with a few days.

The title-card is very good though, when I started, I had the job without the knowledge of actually making a title-card, I could do photo-manipulation, but no art stuff, so I wasn't fully sure on what to do, I did things the long and difficult way, until I learned out to improve.

Seems like you don't need to do what I did in the beginning :)
MeadowSage's avatar
Well, what I did is just set aside 3 or 4 hours a day to work on it, usually during the late afternoon or evening when all the other work is finished. Any time you can spare during a few days helps, really. :)

Thank you very much. Actually, I just kind of followed your example, but also using what I learned from past experience in designing. I think your stuff is great, though. You have a really good grasp of layout and composition.

Well, like I said, I use what I know from experience, and kind of played off of what I've seen you do, so that's it. :D