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and has been a part of the Threadless community for 9 years, 10 months!
has scored 4426 submissions, giving an average score of 2.09, helping 35 designs get printed.
interesting responses. thanks
posted 3 months, 1 week ago in Why?
I responded best to number three as well. I looked at each one and asked "would I wear that?" Remember it's just people deciding what makes and what gets declined. It's a game here, fickle as most crowds are. Rest easy. Rest good. Don't worry about the contest. Do what is fun for you.
posted 3 months, 1 week ago in Few more declines .. comments please
I also support the statements that you have a unique style. I wouldn't compromise your style to fit what prints. Threadless is a strange duck. It's a bit popularity, a bit skill, a bit chance, a bit timing, a bit serendipity, a bit marketing, a bit compromise, a lot of prayer and a bit of life in a way! Seriously though, I wouldn't let it all get you down. That's the important thing. Keep expecting the good, sir. Don't overwork yourself and surely don't concern yourself with the paranoid thoughts of saboteurs. I for one have like several of your designs. The style is refreshing, sometimes odd. All the best to you and have fun with it. No worries.
posted 3 months, 2 weeks ago in I keep scoring low, any hints?
I think the photograph is a nice take on a classic theme. (Railroad in perspective) I especially think the old magazine look is attractive. It's a personal preference. Hey, I'd wear it!
posted 3 months, 2 weeks ago in Require your insights on my designs please...thank you :)
amcmaster3 really gave a gem with that new concept. That struck me as much more interesting, the ice-cream idea. I think this original is too serious. It's there for someone in a specific state of mind, but on a shirt? Who is wanting to continually wear that message and display it to others and how will it be received by the people who read the shirt? "That dude is totally emo and must have been rejected." Personally, I don't want to display rejection in the clothing I wear. We all hate rejection. That's life. Redeem the rejection by making it into something fun. Or just take the thunder out of it. Maybe even make the break-up experience sound like a great thing - confetti, balloons, fireworks. Show it like a celebration! There's your serum, a change of thought.
posted 5 months, 2 weeks ago in Looking for help with a design.