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chrisatlemon says

Hmmm, I think I must have spent just as much time on the presentation of my new brochure item is on the creation of the actual item itself :) So I decided to ask my fellow authors: which type of presentation do you prefer?

Sample one:

http://www.lemon-digital.com/temp/preview-blue.jpg

Sample to:

http://www.lemon-digital.com/temp/preview-red.jpg

These will have different layout options, so will probably have to add more elements than just the main view. Here’s another option just for reference:

http://www.lemon-digital.com/temp/preview-red-alt1.jpg

Thanks three input :)

Cheers

Chris

PS: should this be an item discussions? I was unsure!

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GraficAndMedia says

The first one looks very realistic!

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Sleightofhand says

First one mate

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Rayzong says

The first one is nicer :D

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