What you think about my design(3)?

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I don't "get" the colors on the dial...
09/01/2011 - 20:30
I'd like to know which watches from VC are the ones that you find most attractive? Are there models from VC's history that you hold in high esteem? As I understand you are young, how about a homework assignment: find a vintage VC that you like and create an modern equivalent for consideration in the Historiques collection. Bill
passion is great but you really need to have a look at VC's
09/01/2011 - 22:42
web site to get an idea of what the brand is about. Your drawings are too far away from what VC is all about
Re: What you think about my design(3)?
09/02/2011 - 00:35
disregarding the case shape and subdial layout, the clouds, flame, green could look very awesome made in enamel by the VC art masters.
I think you should keep it for yourself ! nt
09/03/2011 - 13:43
Hardly constuctive, Mats
09/05/2011 - 04:56
I like your creativity!
09/05/2011 - 13:59
You are coming up with very cool designs - I have to agree with the others that they might be a little bit too flamboyant for Vacheron Constantin, but they don't necessarily need to have a Maltese cross on the dial - nothing should stop you from designing your own watches! If you want to stick to designing VC watches, as Bill suggested you'll have to rein in some of your creative ideas and try to stay within VC's 'artistic identity'... Using as a base an older VC model or one of the exiting collection can be a good start... Having said that, I think that being overly creative is not a bad thing - if people always stuck to the more traditional concepts, the QdI line would have never been released! Thanks Francois
Well stated :-)
09/05/2011 - 19:41

Your advice is very apropos.  I would love to see through 14 year-old eyes what the brand means...in fact its a test of VC marketing and image!  I can recall many a boring school class at that age, when doodling hot rod cars in my note book was the only thing to get passionate about.  That David finds doodling watch designs equally entertaining speaks well for the future of haute horlogerie.  He would do well to consider your points carefully yes.