Changing the Font and increasing the size made text stand out. also laying over a scratched metal texture gave the image that roughed up look. Font: 28 Days Later by filmhimmel. Downloaded free personal use copy from dafont.com Texture downloaded from freeimages.com
Changing the expression on the face to a more surprised and worrying one from the more angry approach the first one had. adding text to the sketch helped me visualise how the poster could end up looking like.
Finding it difficult to create my own eye lashes even with the tutorials guidance I was still struggling, I think this was partly to do with my drivers not working properly for my tablet as the touch pressure was no existent.
As you can see this poster design layout was done halfway through my eye process, this was because I left my most recent save at home and I wanted to carry on with my progress. looking at this design to me it didn't give off that dystopia feel and more like an horror feel to it. Font name: Dust Overhaul by Hypefonts. Free Personal use copy downloaded from www.dafont.com
My final design. using a picture of Liverpool city skyline that I took myself, I then managed to make it look like it was reflected from the eye. Font Dreamwalker by The Branded Quotes. Download Free Personal use copy from dafont.
Using my Huion tablet I was able to blend and shade much faster and more accurate then I would of been if I was using a mouse.
Here you can see that I have kept the scratched metal as I really like how it gives off a real rustic and rugged feel to it, also without noticing I have placed the eye using the rule of thirds. I didn't know this at the time it just felt like the best place for the eye to stand out.
Using these tutorials I started to to design the eye for my poster. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeSmClhlxxw