After further deliberation over the colours mainly, the font and colour for the font, I came to the conclusion that the lighter Red may fit well with the palette, but it did not do anything positive for the poster as a whole. So I completely ditched the bright red for a much darker red named Red Oxide via Name That Color. This is the final palette for the poster:

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And here is the final animated poster (with firey sparkly background)

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And without (because I couldn’t decide which one I liked more)

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What do you think? Do you like one more than the other and if so, why? I’d be keen to hear your thoughts, friends πŸ™‚

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    1. Hi there 😁 Ah yes, I spent a lot of time trying to get the text right for this. It proved to be quite the challenge. There’s so much to learn and I haven’t even really started on Typography 😁 Thanks for the comment and for stopping by πŸ˜„

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      1. I think the dialogue was kind of weird in the other prequels too lol. And yeah, I find RotS is one of the most emotional parts of the Skywalker Saga, I mean it all kind of started with Anakin and Padme so I think it’s one of the cornerstones of the Saga. The prequels to me are kind of like icing on the cake, if you get my meaning πŸ™‚

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      2. Okay, so in Clone Wars I fell in love with pretty much every clone trooper episode (or scene) but Rebels messed it up for me. They pretty much made Rex Wolffe and Gregor crazy old guys…but not like realistic crazy, but comic relief crazy. I was sad.

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      3. Ah I see lol. Yeah, I get what you mean, I think the problem for some fans is that there is too much media to see, books, movies, comics, animated shows and it goes on. So depending on what is considered Canon, it’s hard to keep track sometimes with things always changing. That’s what I find anyhow 😁

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