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and has been a part of the Threadless community for 6 years, 8 months!
girl from atlantis
has scored 1 submission, giving an average score of 4.00, helping 0 designs get printed.
Grand. It works for me... I would buy. 5
posted 6 years, 8 months ago in Relax and dream of nothing
...Raid71, have just had a look at some of your other stuff. Interesting work. Lovin' the fact that your style as well as your ideas are strong, you rock f'sure. Confirms in my mind that this sub isn't just good by chance but you do actually have some clue about what you're doing!
posted 6 years, 8 months ago in Live forever
This is def one of the best subs I've seen in the comp so far. I don't feel worthy of making any critism on it but if I HAD to it would just be a suggestion - perhaps lose the batteries (not sure the illo needs them) and create more of a crowd for the breakdancer/more people hanging around. Oh, & yep-the girls leg does need sorting. But it's a great idea really well worked up = really nice design.
Sorry, totally agree w / Famo. Someone gave me a bandana exactly like this several years ago. I had to get rid of it - too scary. Wearing anything remotely like it would make me feel like I was about to get jumped in to a gang...
posted 6 years, 8 months ago in Cornucopia
I wouldn't have got this without reading everyone's comments first. Trouble is, you can't always rely on a computer package to render an image if you don't know what the objects really look like. i.e sometimes there's no substitute for good old fashioned drawing/creative skills. Perhaps try looking at some cardboard and a sidewalk. Take a snapshot with your phone camera...study it for 5 mins and you'll see the characteristics that make up the objects. Then you can try to translate those into a computer generated image and they may be more recognisable, even if you want the final image to be slighly abstract. (sorry if this sounds too old school!)
posted 6 years, 8 months ago in Break out the cardboard