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Pop v Soda
Some people call it POP, others call it SODA. And sometimes, the only way to solve such a dilemma is by epic hand to hand combat.
The two finest classes of warriors the world has ever known: a Spartan vs a Samurai, to claim the right to call Pop…Pop, or Soda…SODA!
Pop v. Soda. My entry for round 3 of THREADWARS!!!
By far my favorite of yours, Nick! Looks just beautiful on the shirt. $4
awesome work dude!
hahaha! awesome take on that!
Threadwars is on fire!
great job dude!
This is just straight awesome.
go sody pop! haha, i choose both
Amazing awesomeness x5
Really cool composition, color scheme, and concept! 5$
R A D !!!
what about people who say "fizzy drinks" ? or are we neutral?
Freakin Sweet!! GO POP!!
although the art is awesome, the concept doesn't come through without the title. I feel like the cans should say "Soda" and "pop" so people can get it and not be like "oh, those cans of drink are fighting".
btw, Soda ftw.
Love the style
hahaha, great execution
we just call it fizzy drink here... but good design I like it... but agree with mgill... it should say soda and pop to get the background...
haha this is awesome, and full of great detail!!
Just to good
THIS....IS.....CAFFEINE! awesome piece!
pretty amazing i hate i didnt know about the thread wars
best of luck!!
haha a lot of fun here
I'm with mgill... this needs to show off the fact that this is the soda vs. wrong debate, not just "MADNESS? THIS IS SHASTA!" if you'd spent more time illustrating the concept, instead of illustrating the dude from 300, this would be a better shirt. Right now the concept is totally obscured without reading the title. There's really no reason to have to stick familiar faces on the cans. The concept is far more solid without them.
i think its 5
I call it soda-pop.