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aka Shannon Stull
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 4 years, 7 months!
has scored 37 submissions, giving an average score of 2.14, helping 0 designs get printed.
haha, that's a good question. i'm not sure... but. i suppose it could be a challenge to come up with the wittiest name. i'll be sure to let you know about being able to change things. and thank you. :]
posted 4 years, 6 months ago in Longing
beautiful linework! the whole concept is very impressive. as far as the color choice, i thought i had a preference. but, it turns out that i don't because they all look amazing. incredible job on this!
posted 4 years, 6 months ago in Hairy Friends
thanks for all of the comments. i appreciate it!
i'm contemplating changing the placement. if i still have the opportunity to do so, i might see how it looks with the center chest placement. this was my first choice before i did the submission. but, it felt a little too simple to me. however, maybe everyone else will like it better.
in my mind when i designed it, the whole point was that they're longing for each other. but, you as the viewer can make it so that the fish are puzzled. it's entirely up to you. that's the beauty of it, in my opinion. i think it's easiest if you almost think of the design as a still from a fictional storyline. like i've posted earlier, i was aiming for simplicity with this one. i purposely didn't develop a complex concept for these characters because, ultimately, it's up to the viewer. the two characters have ended up in this situation and it's up to the viewer to determine how they've gotten there.
it's often pretty hard to create a good design for a shirt of this color. but, you've done an exceptional job. this is brilliant.
posted 4 years, 6 months ago in Cerf
i can understand the confusion with the circle. i guess in my mind because the design is so simplistic, i wanted to create a stage for the glasses. i was afraid that, without some sort of backdrop, the design would get lost or they would just look like two glasses floating on a shirt. i like to try to integrate the art with the shirt.
thank you for your point. i'll try to come up with some other techniques with other designs in the future.