I kinda paint myself into I corner that I can't get out of when I work. I push it to the very end and just accept whatever comes out (usually). There are many posters that I think are great as I'm making film and just days later I find them to be most awful - and vice versa. I try not to over analyze each design too much. When I find myself overthinking something I know it's going to turn out bad. I'm usually right. I like the ones that just "happened." But I can't get a real perspective on my own stuff until years later.
I think I've learned the most from the crappy posters I've done.
mmmmm...silver ink. sounds sweet.
sorry if the question sounded weird, i was tired last night, and putting a lot of hours into a poster, and thinking "this is going to look bad tomorrow after i get some rest."
doesn't apply to this poster, since its awesome, just wondered if you'd ever invested a lot of time on a poster, and realized it wasn't as good as you'd hoped.
do you start over, or just grin and bear it? life lessons i could definitely learn.