Concepts vs. Elaborate Details
An illustration based on testimony is tricky and can often be scrutinized. A simple solution is a simple illustration that conveys the idea without going into elaborate detail.
The task was:
Take the details from an event and create an illustration.
Create the illustration in frames to relate action.
Keep the illustration simple.
The devil is in the details and it is often within those details that graphics and illustrations can become inadmissible.
An illustration over a photograph of the scene that relates the event is a very simple and elegant solution. This simplicity can accomplish the same end result in relating the necessary information and it takes less time and lowers cost.
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Owner of the Brady Law Group
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Owner, Dolan Law Firm
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