Topline is planning to do a t-shirt as a fund raiser. Attached are two graphics, ignore the quote, we plan to use it regardless of the graphic we use. Which GSD sillouette do you prefer?
Irene I cannot get the link to work.
me either . can’t see anything.
try again. I think I fixed it.
managed to get it in the post. sorry my computer skills aren’t that great.
I like the silhouette to the right…
I do too…
We like the silhouette on the right.
Would appreciate if you could give some reasons.
Hi Irene! The only reason I prefer the one on the right is because the front legs on the left one look short and stunted, like a praying mantis! It’s because silhouette of the dog on the left is rotated a bit more, rather than being in full profile, so we can only see half of his front legs. However, everything else on the dog on the left is better: I love the expression shown on his face, which is lifted toward his master, eyes focused, ears listening for direction, mouth open but non-threatening. HIs chest is deep, and his back legs support him with balance and strength – his posture demonstrates a dog eager to please. The dog on the right seems to have a slightly sagging belly, oversized unbalanced thighs, and a skinny tail.
I hope I haven’t offended anyone!
No you haven’t offended! I agree with everything you said. My preference is the one on the left because it appears overall a better representation of a GSD. I keep want to tell the one on the left to sit straight!
I appreciate the feed back.
I like the dog on the left, but agree with Beverly about the front legs, something about them is very distracting. However everything else is more pleasing. The big “tuck-up” on the dog on the right is looks like a very poor underline! 🙂
The quote I love!