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Perfect Gentleman WIP by oliveramy Perfect Gentleman WIP by oliveramy
Perfect Gentleman Chocolate packaging concept.

the back reads:
"The Perfect Gentleman never dissapoints, never argues, talks back, will always be there for you, and best of all, wont break your heart.
So, go ahead, break off a piece and savor solid milk chocolately perfection."

Please critique honestly.
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rconnerdesigns Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
very nice. i like it. I dont think id change anything
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oliveramy Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2010
Well, thankie!
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roren001 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010
Great work.
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oliveramy Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010
Thanks. Any critique?
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roren001 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010
Sorry I had to run quickly but as I loved it so I had to let you know.

First off, the comparison to chocolate to a perfect man is genius and most humorous. Reading your description on the back made me laugh. Great from a marketing point of view.

The illustration is creative and well done. I love the idea that it's a black tie affair. This symbolizes that this is no ordinary chocolate.
You've done a good job with the type (although I would have chosen a sans), you've chosen a good typeface for this piece.
The only thing that I can see wrong is that there is a spelling error (from what I can see). In the line "wont break your heart" I believe you meant "won't" as in "will not".
Again, great job!
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oliveramy Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2010
No worries.

Thank you :)
I chose the Goudy Handtooled font because I wanted to symbolize an old era feeling of when all men tipped their hats to ladies and a time when chivalry was alive. San Serifs, while I love them, was only popularized by the Swiss not too long ago, its a bit too modern for the feeling I wanted to evoke.

And I'm glad you pointed out the grammar!

Thanks again!
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