This looks great, Wendy! The colors look nice together. I'm about to revamp mine as well for a style change. So hard to pin down just what to do. I'll look forward to seeing your new website when it goes up!
Hi, Wendy! The art looks great. I was wondering, though, what it would look like with a little lighter color for your name. Maybe with a lighter green or an orangey color? I see what you are doing with the leading lines into her cape, but I wondered if a more subtle color will work better with the bold color scheme on the girl.
This looks good. Wow, very enterprising to be creating a whole new body of work. Go Girl!
I like how you played with the border and the character is really cute riding the brush.My only concern is the font - While the flow of the words match the whimsy and imagination - the words might be a little harder to make out easily. And it's not too bad, but that's just a concern if people can't easily see who you are. Is it possible to tone back the style of the letters a little bit so it reads easier? For instance, the middle word reads as either Martin or Marlin depending on how you interpret the swish coming from the n.Also - the color green seems out of place from the rest of the color of the piece. I know it's a contrasty color to stand apart from the rest of the stuff, but you might want to think of a more complimentary color - one that still stands out, but gels better with the rest of the piece.Great job - and good luck with the new website!
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