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aka Michele Rosenthal
is a 29.36 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 8 years, 5 months!
has scored 3148 submissions, giving an average score of 1.23, helping 30 designs get printed.
Aw, thanks evan3. :) And thanks to everyone who voted and commented.
posted 4 years, 7 months ago in Callers
Thanks, everyone, for the positive feedback so far!
In order to avoid too much confusion, here's a handy translation guide:
Read = Red
Oar Hinge = Orange
Yell, "Oh" = Yellow
Sure Truce = Chartreuse
Lyme = Lime
I'll Live = Olive
Blew = Blue
Per Pool = Purple
Laugh Indoor = Lavender
Pea Ink = Pink
Rows = Rose
Why Eat? = White
i think my only last suggestion would be to make the viking guy on the duck a little bigger. we kind of lose him, especially compared to the duck and the torch. in fact, maybe you should take out the torch all together, i find it a little distracting. i dont' know, play around with it. other than that, looks pretty good!
posted 6 years, 1 month ago in Rise of the Psuedo Conquistadors
the coins are better, but you should put a cent sign on the one he's holding, or some kind of indicator, so we know it's not just yellow play doh or something. make the brim of his hat a little larger, it's a little hard to read at the moment. i think the lock at the bottom is unnecessary, clearly the coins are spewing out when they shouldn't be. i like your internal organs, that's a nice touch. in general, i think you need to clean up your drawing a lot, the lines are all kind of wavy and sloppy looking at the moment. make it more crisp... simplify your shapes, take out some anchor points. i would work out a few different color schemes, too, i'm so-so on the pukey green. much better than it was, though!
posted 6 years, 1 month ago in What I learned in Economics