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sneakers808

aka Juan Carlos Corpuz is a boy and has been a part of the Threadless community for 1 year, 7 months! he has scored 32 submissions, giving an average score of 2.09, helping 1 design get printed.

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  • I saw one of Picasso's masterpieces at the Art Gallery of Ontario. For part of that painting, I figured that he made a colorful background and let it dry. He must have then added a fresh layer of white paint that he stroked off in lines in order to reveal the colors underneath. I constructed this graphic through a similar method.

    posted 1 year, 7 months ago in Picasso-inspired feather

  • thanks for your feedback on this. now i see how decreasing the contrast seems to enhance the overall appearance and color balance of the shirt.

    posted 1 year, 7 months ago in Picasso-inspired feather on silver-colored shirt

  • thank you. i actually agree with the larger option. making it smaller would blot out the details and i think that this is the type of graphic that is more intricate and would fare better going larger. i posted a larger version on a silver shirt. http://www.threadless.com/critique/108066/Picasso_inspired_feather_on_silver_colored_shirt

    posted 1 year, 7 months ago in Picasso-inspired feather

  • thanks for the feedback. i saw one of picasso's pieces and figured that for part of the painting, he made a colorful background then after it dried he covered it with a layer of white and then stroked off lines to reveal what was underneath. so now i'm considering possibly a colored shirt that's heather instead of white. i thought that the starkness was ideal for the design. i also thought that going smaller as opposed to larger would be better so that the design is more of an icon than a background.

    posted 1 year, 7 months ago in Picasso-inspired feather

  • I saw one of Picasso's masterpieces at the Art Gallery of Ontario. I figured that for part of that painting, he must have first painted the background and let it dry. Then, he must have put a fresh layer of white paint and stroked lines off in order to reveal the colours underneath. That is how I constructed this feather.

    Enjoy.

    posted 1 year, 7 months ago in Picasso-inspired feather