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aka Pete Nawara
is a 34.68 year old
has been a part of the Threadless community for 4 years, 8 months!
has scored 149 submissions, giving an average score of 2.36, helping 0 designs get printed.
I agree that it doesn't scream video games, but regardless it's cool.. I think people are too concerned with concept on this site. I don't always want my tshirt to be making a statement.
Having said that, I'd personally like it more if the text was removed and it was just the face..
just my opinion..
Anyways, 4points. (Do be careful with the spammy spam though in the future)
posted 4 years, 4 months ago in Arcade Hustler
There's no story or concept here... It's just meant to be aesthetically pleasing.
Hope you like it!
posted 4 years, 4 months ago in Getting My Mind Off The Bills
This is great.. I dig the juxtaposition of sketchy to solid color... I also like that you left the color rather subtle and minimal... I could agree a bit about that left (her right) eye, seems a little blobular. It doesn't totally bother me though. I might change my mind if I saw it cleaned up... Anyways, I think it could be submitted easily as is.
Thanks for the critique by the way.
posted 4 years, 4 months ago in Just Thoughts
I found this in an old sketchbook. It's a chemical transfer from different laser printed materials. I'm unaware of the original source of the photo and therefore don't know if it would be legally printable All the text is from my bills at the time.
Haha... wow.. A little surprised at the number of people who went towards the perverse. It's unfortunate... I will try another design in this style and see if I can get something done that looks less questionable.
Thanks for your awesome comments and compliments, perverts!! ;)
posted 4 years, 4 months ago in Lorem Puts on His Tie In The Morning Just Like Everyone Else
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