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aka Jackie Tarry
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 8 years!
has scored 272 submissions, giving an average score of 2.69, helping 5 designs get printed.
sorry, I hadn't clearly experessed that previous post. I like the green-red-grey combo. that's actually one of my fav color combinations. and I agree that the green and red offer a needed contrast.
I just feel that the particular green and grey hues chosen don't serve your design as well as they could.
the current grey (rgb: 84-93-113, cmyk: 64-51-35-9) has a blue caset as compared to a greener grey (rgb: 84-104-113, cmyk: 64-43-40-8) or a browner grey (rgb: 102-100-96, cmyk: 53-46-49-12)
or the current green (rbg: 74-206-180, cmyk: 57-0-33-0) as compared to a warmer green (rgb: 74-206-133, cmyk: 59-0-56-0) or a lime green (rgb: 135-22-71, cmyk: 44-0-85-0)
if you enter those values in, you'll see what I mean. just my opinion on the choice of specific colors. as I said, I think the overall design is fun. :)
posted 7 years, 11 months ago in Blue Ribbon Science Project (REVOLUTION)
re: knockout. NICE. great use of the shirt as "ink" color. not many people do that.
best of luck with the scores.
posted 7 years, 11 months ago in Twenty Five Cents
I love this as is, in a dozen ways. I even like the text because I think "oh noes" is just a fab phrase. my only hesitation... I don't think the tshirt color helps the design. you have this bright vibrant design, then this dull shirt in a similar hue that seems to deaden it.
I think a brighter color or a deeper color would suit it better. It would absolutely rock on a pink shirt. dark grey would also be nice.
posted 7 years, 11 months ago in Ice Creamed - Oh Noes!
as I understand it, Threadless doesn't take resubmissions. reworking a previous design and submitting it is considered a duplicate design and will be disregarded. you should check before you spend the time. but it's a groovy design and I would like to see it printed if there were revisions.
posted 7 years, 11 months ago in sumo
the circle kills it for me. it's just too heavy and large. I agree that a backgraound element is needed to ground the design, but that circle overwhelms it. nice concept, though.
posted 7 years, 11 months ago in Botanika