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Awesome Design I love it!! $5
awesome design less the framed finishing
I'd prefer a more integrated placement on the tee (if you faded out the edges a bit).
Put this on a blue shirt and fade the already blue edges out with it and you've got yourself a print contender, this character celebration is really fun to cavort around in.
wow, what a picture
it's just for fun... the pic is thinked for a silkscreen poster not a tee shirt...
Agree with FA: even if it's 'for fun' (hopefully it always is), it's totally worth the 15' more work to make it fit for a tee.
Why does it look pixellated? any chance this was originally pixel-art? (that would be +1 degree of awesomeness)
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she's got a nice glasgow grin!
yep fade to blue ftw
I would love to see this in a Belt Print...
Manupix on Jun 02 '11
Great work besides what everyone else said about the framing of it.
very cool :) I love this and would totally wear it.
great art work
crazy detail, would love to see the boxy edge faded or anything else
Great details. I hope it's not inside a box so that the radness will spread across the whole shirt.
Great illo, agreed about the box edges, lose them and you got a killer design! Five anyways!
you tried in black tee?? Awesome details!! Congrats.
Love the illo!!! $5
you draw pretty
Agree with FrickenAwesome and redbroom. Soften the edges (make them much less rectangular/i.e. round out the 'clouds' for instance) and you'll have a much more t-shirt friendly design. Excellent line work.
love love love! On that blue color or black would rock.
I love this, just wish the shape were a little more free, the boxiness of it really takes away from the success of the print.