Enter the Dragon - But when, how and where?
I am struggling with a design for FTD's Dragonheart show, from October 1, 1974 in Southbend, Indiana.
First of all, I renamed it into Enter the Dragon and would like to hear your comments about that.
I chose two pix which are widely known, but the two of them suggest karate, some kind of Far East style etc. pp. (hence the title from the Bruce Lee movie for this show).
The front cover is okay, but as is with any strictly symmetrical design it is a bit boring. Any idea how I can improve it without sacrificing the frontal impact?
The back cover is okay, too, because it is somewhat exotic and mysterious (at least, I hope it is). but I also feel it it to be a bit chaotic and overcrowded and it lacks a clear structure.
So, guys, give me a kick (not in the butt, but into my inspiration).
And, last but not least. I doubt, whether it is useful to make another cover for this poor show, in particular, because Spinout Designs, Patrick and Wildstyle already produced stunning designs.
But I like that Chinese Dragon suit and I don't know which CD I could choose instead, since I already made a cover for Breathing out Fire years ago. Any suggestions?
Manhattoe still struggling with the dragon ...
I need your help guys.
As you see, I am still struggling with the design for ENTER THE DRAGON (my version of FTD's DRAGONHEART, that is).
I completely revised the backcover, finished the inlay, but the frontcover is still troubling me.
At first, my intention was to design a strictly symmetrical design that was to recall a movie poster in the style of the famous Bruce Lee Eastern (hence my title).
This is the version on the left side.
On second thought, I considered it a bit boring, so I added the fire, an element which emphasizes the King's conjuring gesture (that is tze version on - guess - right side).
Which version do you like more? Do you like it all?
I also thought about designing a totally different frontcover (as I had done with the back), but somehow I like the basic idea of this one.
Another problem is, that I already used the wall of fire for my cover for ONE HELLUVA NIGHT.
Come on guys, gimme fire.