tips for an oc ;; do lots of like personality surveys/about yourself type things ic. they may seem kind of silly but they can help develop some of the little things about your character ! & don't feel bad if in the process of writing your oc, you headcanon/write one thing about them, then you start feeling something different from that. muses are fickle, just like people. give yourself room & time to deveop & grow your character ! [ i hope this helped a little friend ! ]
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i actually did one of these the other day and found it so helpful, like even the most seemingly insignificant questions like ‘would you rather be eaten by a shark or man-eating bugs?’ like you wouldn’t expect it, but something so random can really open doors to new aspects of your character??? it’s amazing. but i didn’t actually consider that headcanons may change over time, so thank you for making me take that into account. you definitely helped – friendly reminder, while i’m here, that your original characters are fab, fab, FAB.
For this event I really want to push its unique selling point of it being an all day event, your £8 ticket gives you access to a 2pm - 3am party, that’s unique and cheap. So what makes this event unique is the day aspect to it, so this is where I want to put the focus of the events graphic content.
In my sketching I looked at what content and imagery would convey the idea of a garden party. I looked at what visual content could be important in communicating the messages of party, garden and summer.
I looked at how to combine visual elements like Vinyl records and turntables which has been a graphic we have used consistently throughout our poster designs for FiveThirty events.
Trying to continue the female presence and suggestive nature I looked at idea’s as seen below of a female licking a FiveThirty branded lollipop.
Looking at what could use shape in an interesting way I liked the idea of using the sun to create silhouettes. I liked the idea of showing a party goer’s silhouette creating a dark area in what otherwise would just be a bright image. This image would definitely communicate the idea of summer and an outdoor party.