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has scored 1219 submissions, giving an average score of 2.00, helping 12 designs get printed.
This design is dedicated to Myrtle. Also known as Moaning Myrtle.
posted 1 day, 23 hours ago in Nec romance
Um. OK. I wanted to ask if taz-pie meant redesign in terms of just art or also the concept as k-mano has commented above. I'd like to keep the simplicity of a comic strip is what I meant. But the Greeting cards challenge is definitely worth trying for! Thanks for the pointer, melmike :)
posted 1 day, 23 hours ago in How to turn Dreams to Reality
posted 2 days, 23 hours ago in Bird Monolith
taz-pie, thanks for the comment!Hairwolves is awesome indeed! :D If you like this pattern for a full tee composition, as may no longer be possible with the poster idea (check new update), I'll try to do something else with it. It took a long time to make them, of course, but not a bit of it was boring. The hair extends much further actually (!) but I didn't scan the whole thing. Besides, they are a lot like waves so I was thinking of drowning a ship in them. Perhaps a vintage car. Or maybe rabbits? o.O
posted 3 days ago in Nec romance
Here's a comment I had received from a friend via email-
"i say dont sub it to dead pirate island. On its own I think its a strong drawing, and if you look at past designs there are just some that are just "awesome/cool" and this would fall under that. It sits really nice on a shirt, maybe if you added a little more of the chin.
Reminded me of: http://www.threadless.com/product/1633/Her_Hair
the lines look good subtle too, but try bolder, play around. but like i said, i like it, i love great composition pieces on a tshirt, there should be more of it."
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