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aka Aimee Pong is a 24.6 year old girl and has been a part of the Threadless community for 4 years! she has scored 764 submissions, giving an average score of 2.69, helping 17 designs get printed.

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  • Reprint! I need this in my life.

    posted 2 years, 2 months ago in M!aw

  • Haha! Very smart.

    posted 2 years, 11 months ago in Ecllipsis

  • Agreed. I would hand-write or try to find the font they use in elementary workbooks to teach kids how to read (I know it exists, but I can't for the life remember what it's called). Run the type in black instead of gray? Use also arrows that are thinner. They're just too bold right now. The ones on the left and right (with the swirls) are maybe too active. It gets kind of confusing/difficult to focus.

    Nice concept.

    posted 2 years, 11 months ago in I before E except after C

  • Took me a second to see it, but $5.

    posted 2 years, 11 months ago in Forgetting the Way to Grandma's House

  • Two bits of advice:

    1. Don't use drop shadows/outer glow. Just don't. It's a cheap and overused effect, and it only really works in very limited occasions. You get the point across that it's an angel with the wings and the halo, so here, it's not helping your design.

    2. Use reference. Even if you think you know what something looks like, always double check. No one has a photographic memory, and that's okay. This is what google is for. :) Immediately, I can tell you that insect bodies all have 3 parts: head, abdomen, and thorax. Butterflies have specific antenna shapes where they are wider at the tip. As for the wings, maybe do texture on all of it. Flat colors don't say fluffy. Maybe try to combine the patterns of a butterfly into it to make the connection more clear.

    posted 2 years, 11 months ago in Angel Butterfly