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is a 28.31 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 6 years, 10 months!
has scored 445 submissions, giving an average score of 2.48, helping 11 designs get printed.
posted 4 years, 10 months ago in The Meaning Of Life
It's one of the more fun & creative concepts I've seen in a while, but the green dulls it out a bit, maybe a more blue/green? the yellow does play well with the current shade.
"All he needs are higher boots and some underwear worn on the outside of his pants. ;-)"
I feel like you're going for simplicity, I'd just like to see a little more detail, it feels a bit unresolved, I like the above comment.
It also still feels like three separate units to me, and that's my biggest complaint, i wish there was maybe one faint outline of a partial anything in the background holding it all together.
ack one person makes a comment, the very same commenter claimed the last shirt i just rated was offensive as well, and it becomes an ethicality debate rather than a design critique
posted 6 years, 5 months ago in Everyday hero
I don't feel as if the artist did anything offensive. The shirt doesn't imply anything offensive about bi-sexuals, and this particular bi-sexual is a polar bear; thus he's a bi polar. If you're taking it negatively, you're adding your own preconeived negative connotations to either of the words, which is unfortunate.
posted 6 years, 5 months ago in Bi-Polar
ok concept, I'd like to see it a bit more organic, maybe 16th notes instead of just with some of the manuscript lines that fade bleed into the background and the pirate flag hanging off one of at least a few more notes to the side.
you're making a blatant stament, but you can do it with a bit of energy.
posted 6 years, 5 months ago in A#rgh