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Bad Foliage Day
His roots go as deep as the Earth's crust allows them to, but poor Mr. Leif Barkley has had baldness run in the family for thousands of years/rings in the tree. At least he's made a call for help to the Fauna Institute, who has dispatched some of their associates to help rebuild and renew the combover disaster area.
A Beesneak and Frickinawesome mind meld, and special thanks/shout-outs go to Harpo25 for making the presentation.
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hehe, poor guy!
this is awesome! really nice work, guys.
aaan what a bunhc of son of a trees! poor baldie $5
great work guys!
love the painting
This has a great wood-block quality which is enhanced by the colors.
Wow, another great collab!
I love the style
i would buy it :)
Great jarb guys! Looks great on that shirt
Super great Collab!
This is so wonderful it made me gasp! Amazing!
Wow, awesome collab, you two!!! $5
love the details! very nice job guys! 5$
Great collab guys! Wonderful style and the colours are awesome.
so great, i love the illustration style of this too!
lol, great concept!
great style and illustration. the overall expressions are very pleasing to the eye and soul.
nice style!! $5 meoww meoww~~
Awesome collab guys, the illo is so perfect and I love the concept too $5
haha! Great idea fellas!
This is fabulous
You have a really lush inking style dude. this is a great idea too a $5
love that styling!
darn cool strokes and style love that ;) 5
haha, funny. Awesome style too. BTW, I've noticed you've been doing a bunch of collabs lately...why? and what does that mean? do you think of the idea and someone else illustrates it, or vice versa?
Wow, not too shabby at all for a score, thanks guys and dolls!
Skap 1er, yeah, all I basically do are collabs because I have zero to less than zero talent in the art drawing department, and with the wealth of artistic amazement we have at Threadless, I send a detailed concept to an artist and if they want to do it with me, they draw up a rough draft, send it to me, I offer my suggestions, the artist draws more and adds their own ideas, and we go back and forth until it's all finished. Then it's submitted by myself or the artist and we see what happens.
Interesting. I never would've guessed that a man who gives such long winded (and usually helpful/insightful) design feedback had no drawing skills. Ha! Well, cool concepts anyway.