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I've never done anything like this before! I originally made this in charcoal and then scanned it and used photoshop to make it fit for a t-shirt. Opinions and help are welcome!
It looks cool from what I can. I think we need a larger image so we can see the details of the design better. The colour scheme with the shirt looks awesome.
If you have the time could you please score my design, thanks.
I messed up the last version and didn't notice. I have also included a close-up version. Opinions appreciated!
Might be to high-brow a concept for this site, but it looks cool.
You may want to up the contrast closer to Goya's values on the design itself as well as by putting it on a darker shirt too.
I was thinking a lot of people might not get it. Do you think black would be too dark?
Yea I was think black might be too dark but I'd probably go for that over grey. Maybe a dark brown.
I will try a darker shirt tomorrow! Thank you guys so much for your help!
I adjusted the shirt color so it's darker. Thanks for the tips! Keep them coming!
That's the right color.
The way it's laid out now, I feel like I'm noticing the empty space a little too much. Maybe you could blow up the image a little and it would still retain that off-center feel. Either way I think it would benefit by being a drop closer to the other side of the shirt -- it feels a little squeezed in to me when I look at it.
Unless you want to add some run-to-the-border joke, it is what it is, and is probably ready for submission. It might fare better with a punchline on this site, even though I'd personally like it more without one but hopefully it'd get printed either way.