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aka J K
is a 34.24 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 9 years, 3 months!
has scored 4077 submissions, giving an average score of 1.75, helping 29 designs get printed.
I don't quite get why southern California is a Tomagachi (which is uniquely Japanese, not American) but otherwise it's fantastic.
posted 5 years, 4 months ago in Americana
Definitely a step in the right direction! It's actually really awesome, if I may gush.
I think you should add more drops to the left side of the umbrella because it looks a bit empty compared to the other side. They don't necessarily need to reach the floor and splatter, but the left half of the umbrella has notably less going on.
Also, now that I can see the larger image, I have a couple of nit-picky points. First, maybe put a line seperating the boots so that it doesn't look like they are one shape. Second, try to tweak the points where her hair meets the sides of her face. As it looks now, the lines just run into the side of the face where it may look more striking if the hair escaped the shape of the face a bit.
But, yeah, awesome V2!
posted 5 years, 4 months ago in Inky Rain
Honestly, it's interesting and it is well-drawn, but for me, if there isn't something specifically going on, I lose interest. Without knowing what the image is supposed to be, I can't really offer criticcism. I see cigarette smoke, maybe, but it's so abstract that there aren't any definitive aspects TO criticize.
I am sorry that this isn't very helpful, but I didn't want you to feel that people are just ignoring your image. It's just very hard to make any comments on.
posted 5 years, 4 months ago in Reflective locks
If you want to put in a ton of effort, I'd suggest making him draw with his right hand (audience left) stretched to his left (audience right), making it look like he is spinning and pulling color upwards. If not, I'd put an overflowing paint bucket in his hand.
posted 5 years, 4 months ago in Paint your own world
I think it's too cluttered like this. First off, the images are too close to the sleeves. I still say you should lose a couple of days.
Second, I think this needs less text, not more. The numbers are too much, the descriptions still seem unnecessary, and I'd still go with 2-4 letter abbreviations (Mon, Tu, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun). Plus, since this should be a shirt people wear any day, "Today" and "Tomorrow" seem in contrast with the rest of the days of the week.
It is a cool shirt and it doesn't need to be overcomplicated.
posted 5 years, 4 months ago in Strange Weather We're Having...