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awesome...i love frankenstein...
this is farmiliar. like, ridiculously farmiliar. As in I've seen this shirt somewhere, sort of. I would actually put the design lower and bigger. 3.
not one of my favs of yours ... 3... but the dog one better be printed
A little similar to my concept from a while back...
Creating A Monster
Very Creative ..4
Always a crisp illo! I'll give you that!!
i've seen this assembly idea.
nicely done though...
Even if its been done before, you make it better. This is one crispy critter. Nice exploded isometric. I hope it hits the conveyer soon.
Great work. Love technical drawings. $5
I like this, different style to your other stuff, and more understated.
reminds me of the illo on the black sabbath album 'technical ecstasy'...good use of color
i think this gonna be your lowest score ever. But still great subs on the others!
I loved it! REALLY! I´D BUY IT FOR SURE! THREE TIMES!
$5 GLENNZ DESERVES MORE PRINTS!
better than the others that have done it, dont listen to them
Really man?!?!? You know you've seen this done before my dear glennz. I've seen this idea done on Threadless as well as other a variety of ways on other shirt sites for years now. Yours is extremely well done, but the idea is more ancient than the bolts to put into ol' frankie goes to Threadless's neck! Still love ya dude, but i've never seen you copy other folk's ideas before...
I'm digging it. - 4
Well, the last link to the Monster Kit is a little incriminating, but I have to agree the execution is awesome. I love the idea of an explosion chart. Seems like it would work well for a shirt as far as its composition. But from a designer's perspective, it's very technical. Nicely done!