Saturday, December 18, 2010

Blustery Day Worksheet Colors

Here ya go! Final Colors. I have one with type and the other without. I couldn't decide which I liked better. I am leaning towards without type. The idea should be self explanatory enough that the little dialogue isn't necessary. But that depends on the age of your audience. (Not that the younger ones could read it anyway.) So I have both options.





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6 comments:

Jack Foster said...

NICE! You really got some great colors . I’m with you.... without the lettering. :o)

Mighty Kwan said...

Thanks Jack!!! Yep it's looking like the Wordless version is winning!! LOL!

Aja said...

Wilson this turned out fantastic!

The illustration definitely works well without the words, BUT- does adding the words add a 'teachable' quality to the artwork? What age do you foresee using this maze? Would it add educational value if the children had to read the words as well? A parent could ask, "What do the words say?".

Whichever you choose- this illustration is fantastic and a great addition to your portfolio. Way to go buddy!

Edrian Thomidis said...

You've done a great job on this one! I like it without the words, but agree with Aja with the educational aspect. If it's like my kids, they'll skip the reading and go right for the maze though!

Happy Holidays!

Wonder Man said...

I like it

Will Strong said...

Yeah, I'm with you on the wordless version. But most publishers would probably opt for the version with words.

Fun stuff.