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aka Nathan Cowick
is a 31.53 year old
has been a part of the Threadless community for 1 year, 6 months!
has scored 3145 submissions, giving an average score of 3.69, helping 47 designs get printed.
lol, this is awesome. The out of order elevator is an awesome touch.
posted 1 week, 6 days ago in Please Critique: The Miyamoto Obstruction
It looks great, but I think you could be right on the more stylized idea. He seems a bit too posed maybe? Maybe a little looser with the tail, and really focus in on playing with his face? Maybe having his mouth open a bit or something? Could just be me, but I think to really sell the clifford angle you need to add the girl (don't know her name) somehow. A realistic representation of her wearing colors like those of her character. It would help with concept recognition, and with showing his size I think. She could just be standing to the fronet of him looking up or something. .Also I wonder if it might help to throw a couple small buildings or something at least partially in front of his back legs, and maybe extend the street a bit to draw him into the scene a bit more? City looks good though, and great concept. All just thoughts. Don't take me too seriously ;)
posted 2 weeks ago in Big Red Dog design Just submitted, thanks for the help!
Congrats Nestor! And to all the contributing artists as well.
posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago in Threadless has MADE my dreams come true
That's kind of how I feel about photoshop, lol. You'll pick up illustrator in no time. At least the basics. I'm not sure any of us ever grasp it all ;)
posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago in Sooooo....
Free is good. Thanks for the suggestion. Probably get time to look into these since we've reached the weekend now. Appreciate it guys.
posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago in Any suggestions for a good font manager?
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