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I Robot 2 box art cover
By avatar Richie 2 on May 18th, 2009
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Richie 2 [ 1 decade ago ]

Constructive criticism please, me and Jors (please comment on jorsÂ’ page as well as he did about half of the work) made this we thought it would be a good idea to make an I robot 2 we spent a long time on paint because we do not have any good photo editing software.

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Jors 2 [ 1 decade ago ]

nice comments please
also look at full screen view and read the back

Edited at 1 decade ago

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aviation-007 5 [ 1 decade ago ]

This is really good guys if you're advertising flying tanks.
Other than that it' amazing.
FAVED
:-)

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Jors 2 [ 1 decade ago ]

dont take things so litaraly, they are not ment to be flying

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GlowBlue 43 [ 1 decade ago ]

#4, Then they should be on "the ground". Honestly, there's nothing to hold this piece together. The textured background is interesting to look at, but it doesn't work for the scene that you're trying to create. The tanks do look like they are flying because there's nothing else to give them perspective and placement in the image.

If it were an actual movie cover, and I were Will Smith, I'd be really upset that you shoved my picture all the way into the bottom of the box and covered me with the movie logo, making both elements nearly impossible to discern.

The back really needs some work. The description of the movie is cut off at the end and doesn't seem like it contains information that would be relevant to a DVD case. You should spend some time looking at other movie boxes on this site to get an idea of what the back should look like. The lower third of the back is very blurry, obviously and that should be redone.

The disc is actually pretty good looking. I know its hard to do anything much with Paint, but there are some free alternatives that will give you better results. Paint.net or GIMP will cost you nothing and offer more power and flexibility. I'd highly recommend that you look into those programs.

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Jors 2 [ 1 decade ago ]

#5, if they were on the ground there would be nothing at the top

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Richie 2 [ 1 decade ago ]

Thanks for all your helpful comments, #5 we can not download Paint.net or GIMP because the computers we use are ususaly not ours. We would like to see some more comments plaese.

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master-chief-rocks-halo 24 [ 1 decade ago ]

orlando bloom and johnny depp? not your best

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Inferno_Pyro 14 [ 1 decade ago ]

I ROBOT - YOU DEAD

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paper sonic 37 [ 1 decade ago ]

your slowly getting there but yeah it's nor your best peace of work

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spypilot 42 [ 1 decade ago ]

i must say, you did a very good job on the cutting, for paint. But im not gonna stop bugging you to use paint.net until you finally use it.

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Richie 2 [ 1 decade ago ]

#9, ???

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NoelNeave 1 [ 9 years ago ]

Like the disk but the '15' on it is a tiny bit bent.

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HellKnight 27 [ 9 years ago ]

I have seen worse, but this is pretty poorly put together, even for a paint box art.

There doesn't seem to be any structure to the whole box, its kind of all over the place.

The description on the back looses all meaning after about 3 lines, I might as well have been reading ancient hebrew, it would have made about the same amount of sense.

Also, I Robot 2? Thats kind of like a Titanic 2 or a Godfather 4. It just doesn't need or warrant a sequel.

Sorry guys.

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