need help with image

Discussion in 'Your Bike Trials Media' started by austintrials, Jul 21, 2004.

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  1. austintrials

    austintrials I'm a bitch

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    Well i have 2 images and i like them both.
    one is the image of the stock trials on stump and the other is stock trials on railing.

    I know that the railing needs fixing, this is to see if it's worth fixing.
    thank you again for all the input before
     
  2. Megamo123

    Megamo123 No more megamo!

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    hmm... thats a hard discision... I think the railing looks best
     

  3. manimal

    manimal New Member

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    the railing has more of a "texas ranch" look to it, more unique with the location.. awesome infact!
     
  4. Megamo123

    Megamo123 No more megamo!

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    i agree completly with ur statement!
     
  5. Elan

    Elan steve french

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    i ahve never been to texas..what is this image for again? i wish colorado had such a cool t shirt.
     
  6. redworm

    redworm ninja pants!

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    i think neither would look best, have you tried just the sillouete?
     
  7. G-Jordan

    G-Jordan Guest

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    no one back wheels a railing and ends up looking like that. the railing would be ok if the person riding was maybe a bit more stretched out; leaning back, arms out. Or something.

    rest of the image is good.
     
  8. echoteam13

    echoteam13 Guest

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    maybe they're droping to the rail...?
     
  9. Andreas

    Andreas All About Trials

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    i'd say do just the rider (sillhouuete or whatever), the objects take away from the actual image which is your logo. i end up staring at what the hell the rider is trying to do instead of checking out the fact that "biketrialsonline.com is a texas site"
     
  10. Cryo-Cube

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    besides, 99% of your visitors wont care if its a texas site anyway. Content is King!