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I think this needs something more to convey this idea. And I would make the background a little lighter.
I would re-visit this with some more sketches. I think you miiight be on to something, but your idea isn't clear. -r
I'm having a hard time fully understanding the concept. Maybe additional details could help solve this issue? Also, are there concepts behind the colors or are they just aesthetics?
Yes I think we all agree so far that the concept is a little foggy. Nice image, nice profile, but what exactly does it mean?
I'm not sure about what the concept is, but I do like the simplicity of the image with the silhouette-like figure. That pink might be a tad overwhelming though, but because the final wont be digital, that probably wont be a problem.
I think spend a little bit more time doing the sketches because I haven't got the idea of this yet. Good luck
I would agree that you almost have a solid concept but it needs a little bit of something to push it just that much further. You're going for someone imagining something about their significant other, so perhaps add a bit more atmosphere. Body language could be a huge part in describing the kind of emotions the person is feeling aside from just expression.
I'd agree with the comments about ambiguous concept; it almost seems like a teeth whitener advertisement. I do love the flat black and the few white lines, however. It would look so awesome if you can add in the weird intestine-y pattern the brain has and make the brain very detailed with the same flat, clean quality you've rendered the head in. As for making the concept read more like Valentine's Day....the only thing I can think of off the top of my head is to have her be dreaming about marriage. Good luck!
Cool concept! I felt that the brain bubble with the smile didn't immediately read as a brain. As others have mentioned, there could be more of a suggestion of a background that would help push your concept of thinking of that special person.
I think the expressions are handled nicely. One thing I think should be pointed out is that I think the line that represents the hinge of the jaw should not be touching the image of the brain. I'm having difficulty coming up with a good way of saying this... it makes that jaw line look like it is physically touching the brain inside of the head and that it's attached to it somehow, rather than being a contour completely separate from it.
It's a good concept, but it's kind of boring to look at. You might want to consider doing an angle that isn't just a flat profile.
Falling in love makes your brain happy. I like that idea but I wish this profile was in a setting, sitting across a candle lit table from her boo. That way you could show his/her brain smiling too?