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aka miss and has been a part of the Threadless community for 4 years, 1 month! QueenOfChickens has scored 403 submissions, giving an average score of 2.44, helping 0 designs get printed.

Recent Comments

  • I want this printed!

    posted 3 years, 10 months ago in High Tea, High Seas

  • I really like the splashes of blue; great photo!

    posted 3 years, 10 months ago in Caught in Denver

  • Great style! I love the colours and concept as well.

    posted 3 years, 10 months ago in Unplugged

  • I really like how the tail looks like it's curling around the neck area! Great simplicity overall.

    posted 3 years, 10 months ago in Squirrl

  • @kookaberry This is what I didn't understand with everyone's talk of loopholes and the general drama that accumulated here. It doesn't matter what my score is or how many comments I have because in the end Threadless picks the winner. I would have LOVED some critique. I'm not an expert t shirt designer nor ever claimed to be one. I figured the community here could give me a bit of help, but I...guess not? hahaha ;;; So thank you for that; I appreciate it. : ) (lol but now I love the idea of it looking like a severed head in blood)

    @JMBB I wouldn't have promoted this to the egl community if it didn't have aesthetics that appealed to them. People vote for what they like. I was just told to look at what's in the store here and get design ideas from there, which would be the 'threadless' aesthetic.' So people here are getting angry/jealous because I'm 'infringing' on the common aesthetic here? Because it isn't the typical? I think that's silly. There are tons of things here I don't like, both in store and up for scoring; I score accordingly to my opinion and move on. I don't throw a tantrum in their comments like some of the stuff I got here. No money out of my pocket if threadless picks a shirt I don't like to put in store; obviously a lot of other people like it, and that's just fine. I don't expect everyone to like what I like, and vice versa.

    And thank you for the critique! I'll keep in mind how I create contrast in the future, because that's what the outline was there for. Since I was using a vector/lineless style, it was difficult to create definition, especially on the neutral grays in the teapot/cup, which I thought blended in too much with the shirt colour.

    posted 3 years, 10 months ago in Teatime Swells