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is a girl and has been a part of the Threadless community for 10 months, 3 weeks! she has scored 209 submissions, giving an average score of 2.96, helping 1 design get printed.

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  • You're best bet would be posting on another website called I used it for business card design but yours could be a logo contest. Good luck.

    posted 1 month, 1 week ago in I Need A Design For "The Hammer" Brand

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    you could take it to the next level and make the deer look menacing as well. Red eyes, blood around the nose and mouth. Or make the deer look a bit more evil just by using the warp/liquid tool to make the eyes and mouth line, more angry like....

    I just find a disconnect between the deer and the horns. IMHO But great drawing all around :-)

    posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago in Not so deer. Scoring!

  • I also feel that if you still wanted to stick to that design style (to make it less clip art-y) you should add an environment. Place them in a scene to make it fill the shirt more. Maybe use photoshop to overlay a texture to the whole image. That alone will reduce the clip art feel.

    posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago in Design opinions

  • Oh my gosh! That is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks so much NDTank! You have no idea how much this makes me happy. I was sure there was a reason to the following/followers. I just couldn't figure it out. I had no idea about the globe and all the settings. I don't know why, but this small thing you did for me by letting me in on the goings on of this business, put a huge smile on my face. You are super duper! :-D

    posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago in What's the point of followers/following?

  • I think you are in the beginning phase of creating your design. It feels like a sketch to me. Now it's time to put a little more thought into it. The next step to me is to think about what kind of environment they are in and add to the design. I'm sure once you have that, your colors will come to you and you can add those in to complete it.

    There are some designs that do well with the minimalist approach but I feel they tend to be more of an animated/cartoon style. You have a more realistic approach to drawing which means more detail is needed to make it look and feel complete. Also you use a lot of broken lines in your work. It feels a tad bit over-used but that could just be me...

    Good luck.

    posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago in New Member - Art Advice Needed