Arctic Cat

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  1. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    New machine with old one in the background. What do you think?

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  2. crystalview

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    I think the new sled is pretty nice...but no artistic value at all.....
     
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    Hmm.. something just isn't sparking it for me. I like the idea but... something just isn't hitting me right. Keep working on it...
     
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    I kinda like it. The clear focus and vivid, unnatural colors on the new one have such a strong impact against the blurred, pedestrian background, it almost seems a little surreal to me. It does need something else done but I think the basic approach has potential. I'd probably get the other snowmobile out of the pic entirely.
     
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    Art is in the eye of the beholder.


    I like what you started to do with the crop in the second one. Chopping off part of the maching and coming up to the runner gives the image a sense of motion. This is mitigated by the background. I'd do it without the other machine or house in the image and crop out most of the sky. The sky isn't really adding anything to the image. It's about the 'Cat.
     

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