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Three color print on Army, plus gold accent as either a color gradient or gold foil.
For the musically inclined, the sheet music is the theme from the 1812 Overture, which I thought was suitably bombastic.
Lots of thanks to Pilihp, Hogboy, Steven218, Grayhound, and my lovely wife for all of their help.
excellent! love those colors
I like grungy Ian.
Can I borrow a flannel?
I really like your graphic treatment in this design.
Sweet, great coverage $5
really nice once again $5
LOUD AND CLEAR!!!! $5
nice halftone work and the colors are great
wow, that is excellente
noice colors and gradients... pretty much everything about this is clean as a whistle, you get a perfect score for me
super, love how you incorporated the gradients and halftones.
AWESOME! always admire your work! sure 5$! :D
the trombone soldier in the middle of it is a great little touch
(it makes me want to see more soldiers behind the tanks with
FIRE AT WILL!
rad work! well thought out and ~ conducted ~
with artistic and musical integrity...
the tune of trumpet tanks turn foes into friends.
Let's suggest this to all militarys.
Awesome detail on the tank. 5$
Somewhere, Manuel Noriega is having a terrible, terrible flashback...
your halftone and gradient work is brilliant.
another really nice one, man!
wow, turned out great!
Very cool. Would have like to have seen more army dudes with weapons/instruments. $5
ha, Great work and idea.
great idea and beautiful illlustration1!!! welllllldone!! SUPER $5
Well this is pretty damn cool.
print for sure! $5
Nice use of halftones!
Looks ace man!
reminds me of a 100 times better version of one of my first submissions here
Dazzling color arrays here and great interpretation of a tee idea i've seen done many times in severely less greatness. I'd like to see this expanded with some kind of aerial aural attack, but the placement and job done to this right now is buy-worthy as is.
Wow, that's awesome!
that's pretty fun
print this already!