Message from Josh OH in Front And Center #activism
Not here not ever with the eagle will always get me.
i guess symbols about communism and jews are powerful and recruit a certain awaken individual
For instance, with the "this is our home" slogan, it could benefit from adding in a call to action in the form of "fight for it!" as well. And showing an idealized figure of an activist with a flag and mask, or something of that caliber.
call to actions are empowerig and are our core, since we are activists
If you're looking for working ideas maybe find old pictures or artwork of pioneers / settlers / cowboy like images with men armed leading their family into the frontier sort of thing.
Love family centered images because that is why I am here but an image of a baby or a white women alone is not enough maybe.
I think images that are masculine and aggressive both trigger Marxist trash which means spotlight and also shames/challenges/inspires young men to rise to the fight. Images that are too soft even if they are something precious don't hit all the points at once. Only my opinion.
Something like these?
#3 is strong
This is a rough draft, but has a more activist look
Interesting, something like that. Also, the lower banner has the logos far too small to make out, and any minor printing errors will make the text hard or impossible to read. I do my best to keep my text a bit away from the margin of error, so none gets cut off.
if any of these have potential, I'll clean them up for printing (color, margins, font)
I didnt really intend on tiny logos being clear, just comes off as a classy/sophisticated seperator.
It does, I like the style, but it can be even better if it's functional also.
I pinned the two posterity designs.
Let me know if any of these you want me to clean up and make final versions of.
What we need is someone who's better than myself at makig figure designs so we can have original stuff commissioned.
I'm a text and logos guy.
I am not good at human figure
might be able to find an artist for hire to do some simple/rough sketches of certain poses
might be cheap, especially if like an art student on instagram or something
Nah, forget hiring anyone, we recruit our own talent.
Humans are tough to illustrate. I tried sketching the other day for something similar to what we're going for but it still falls short
I can do humans with charcoal
just need a photo
can't just pull it out of my head
Something more chiseled and abstract might work best.
well I can turn charcoal into vector and it will look modern and chiselled
this is an example, it's kind of rough because of the clouds and water, but a figure would be more definitive
The original drawing has to be pretty high contrast for vectorizing to work well. Ideally, you'll draw it first in black and white.
I'd be willing to try if any goys were feeling photogenic
that or up the levels/contrast hard afterward