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Infinite Possibilities

Two would-be entertainers, with absolutely no science knowledge, get lost in alternate universes.

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Week #4 Key It Infinite Possibilities

Two pieces of concept art for our show

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Christina's Photo
Christina O. 3  posted 2 years ago

I'm going to go with poster A. Both posters relate really well to your show, but I like how poster A shows your characters and gets the message across in a simpler fashion. It's also good that this time round the 'i' in the title was remembered. Lastly, I want to thank you for replying to my previous post, I think it's great when a team takes the time to read and reply to their fans. Awesome work!

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Week 4 Key It: Poster A Infinite Possibilities

Poster A

"Infinite Possibilities Classic"
Photo: Duncan De Young
Design: Jody Brown
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Week 4 Key It: Poster B Infinite Possibilities

Poster B

"Infinite Possibilities Comic Book"
Design: Andrew Winter
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Comments (15)

  • Eric's Photo
    Eric S. 0  posted 2 years ago

    i voted for B because it reminds me of high school science textbooks, like the ones that show the cell cycle and stuff!

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  • Dylan's Photo
    Dylan M. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Really like both. They are pretty close in concept and I think I prefer seeing the real actors. I look forward to the next challenge and continuing to follow you guys!

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    Mark's Photo
    Mark P. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Thanks for the follow Dylan. We are looking forward to the next missions too. We've got a lot in store.

  • Kathy's Photo
    Kathy S. 1  posted 2 years ago

    A looks clean and simple but lots of fun. B is just a little too busy for my eyes...

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    Patrick's Photo
    Patrick C. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Thanks Kathy. We wanted to try a design that shook up the viewer's eye, but we hear what you're saying.

  • Donal's Photo
    Donal O. 1  posted 2 years ago

    I voted for B but it's a little busy. Cut back a few images (robot, hotdog) and it would flow better & give a better tease for the show.

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    Patrick's Photo
    Patrick C. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Oh Donal. No robot or hotdog? Both will be upset to hear of this news.

  • Krista's Photo
    Krista K. 1  posted 2 years ago

    B tells me more, but I like the streamlined info in A.

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    Patrick's Photo
    Patrick C. 1  posted 2 years ago

    In a perfect world, we'd have the ability to do both in one picture.

  • Jeremy's Photo
    Jeremy A. 2  posted 2 years ago

    T-Rex wins every time. It's science. --The Ninja

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    Patrick's Photo
    Patrick C. 0  posted 2 years ago

    He's right. We've checked it out.

  • Sarah's Photo
    Sarah R. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Great tagline. A says it all and looks more professional.

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    Patrick C. 0  posted 2 years ago

    Thanks Sarah. Another tagline we thought of was "Nth World Problems"

  • Sheldon's Photo
    Sheldon O. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Congrats to another East Coast team on making the top 55 cut, I choose poster A over poster B because you kept it simple which is good

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    Sheldon O. 0  posted 2 years ago

    Looking forward to see what you guys do next, will be watching

    Patrick's Photo
    Patrick C. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Thank you, Sheldon O. We're simple men, who like our TV shows like we like our metaphors. Simple.

  • Micah's Photo
    Micah M. 2  posted 2 years ago

    Haha I love poster B! You all look awesome as cartoons!

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  • Christina's Photo
    Christina O. 3  posted 2 years ago

    I'm going to go with poster A. Both posters relate really well to your show, but I like how poster A shows your characters and gets the message across in a simpler fashion. It's also good that this time round the 'i' in the title was remembered. Lastly, I want to thank you for replying to my previous post, I think it's great when a team takes the time to read and reply to their fans. Awesome work!

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    Mark P. 3  posted 2 years ago

    Thanks for the feedback Christina! We could use a proof reader like you on board!

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    Patrick C. 2  posted 2 years ago

    Ha! Didn't notice the missing "i" until you mentioned it. Thank God it was just in the thumbnail.
    Thanks Christina.

  • Max's Photo
    Max S. 2  posted 2 years ago

    Both are great, but I prefer A. Nice work. - team Randy Justice

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  • Bruce's Photo
    Bruce B. 3  posted 2 years ago

    They are all too beautiful to be cartoon characters. Great tag line.

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  • Darcy's Photo
    Darcy R. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Liked your A art right from the outset. And the concept. Would have liked it even more if the 3 characters were more prominent.

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  • Elsa's Photo
    Elsa M. 3  posted 2 years ago

    I love cartoon hotdogs.

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    Ian's Photo
    Ian V. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Cartoon hotdogs are the best hotdogs... Unless you have real hotdogs. Real hotdogs trump cartoon hotdogs.

  • Matt's Photo
    Matt R. 2  posted 2 years ago

    I don't like cartoon hotdogs.

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    Patrick's Photo
    Patrick C. 3  posted 2 years ago

    You have nothing to feel threatened of, Matthew.

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