Feedback from Peers:
"Like the design as it suits the target audience. Its fun and interesting to attract the audiences attention. Consider the colour scheme that you will use." - Anna Picariello
"I like the detail added with Alice, it works well with the style that you have used. However the character needs hands as it would work with the style that you have gone for." - Roxanne Shanks
The feedback given from my peers was positive and helped me to consider how I could improve the design further when adding colour and the final detail to the illustration. When applying a colour scheme I need to consider how this can attract the audience, vivid colours and a mixture of pastel colours. With the main proportion and limbs of the character, I need to practice with how detailed they need to be with the style of the illustration, the proportion needs to be simple to match the rest of the design and become aesthetically pleasing to the target market.
Developing the Mad Hatters tea party design proved to be difficult through the use of the perspective and trying to consider how complex the perspective is may lose the attention of the target market that the illustration is ultimately attracting. I tried to experiment with how far I could push this boundary, whether I needed Alice in the image or just show the back of her compared to a shoulder shot of her. I found that the most successful design was the 1st design in which I depicted Alice in the image with a teapot in front of her. I felt that this image worked due to the perspective in which the title can be read on the teapot, drawing more attention to the character Alice.
Feedback from Peers:
"I Like the teapot at the front of the perspective and Alice being behind instead of the foreground. However I like the perspective that makes the table seem longer, with the Mad Hatter at the end of the table. Possibly experiment more with these perspectives." - Roxanne Shanks
From the feedback given, I felt that the perspective would work well if I incorporated elements from the thumbnail designs, 1 and 3. However I think that this design would be better suited for a book illustration due to the detail in the image and room to add a background environment for a password to be hidden amongst the trees, table and the items placed upon it.