Close
One second...

hellofromthemoon

aka Eleanor Lutz is a girl and has been a part of the Threadless community for 6 years, 10 months! she has scored 16827 submissions, giving an average score of 2.21, helping 295 designs get printed.

http://dribbble.com/HellofromtheMoon

Recent Comments

  • If you're a fine arts major perhaps you should try submitting some fine arts T-shirt designs. Check out the recent drawing challenge, most of those were hand-drawn with minimal photoshop.

    posted 5 hours, 27 minutes ago in Some feedback please

  • I love it. I think it would look great on a Select men's button-down shirt as the template.

    posted 10 hours, 50 minutes ago in Feedback/ Critique

  • TonyAlanCooper said:
    hellofromthemoon said:

    When you're submitting to Threadless you have to know that it's astronomically improbable that the design will become "part of a series".

    Thank you, but I wasn't thinking exclusively for Threadless.

    Oh ok! Sorry about that, the critique was meant for a Threadless design so feel free to ignore it for any other application.

    posted 10 hours, 54 minutes ago in Need feedback Please! RE: Mother & Child

  • I actually like the finished design.

    I do think the presentation is a little distracting, especially the 'rays' coming out of the shirt. In my opinion it would have looked better if you used most of the space to showcase the art, and put the shirt mockup near the bottom without the rays coming out. I really like all of the scratchy textures on the design and it's a little hard to see with all of the background stuff going on.

    I know you didn't specifically ask for advice but I thought that might have been one of the reasons it didn't score as high as you wanted.

    posted 11 hours, 5 minutes ago in How do you interpret scores?

  • When you're submitting to Threadless you have to know that it's astronomically improbable that the design will become "part of a series". That just can't be helped, because the designs are chosen on an individual per-design basis.

    If your design leans heavily on being in a series to make sense, it's not going to get printed (or maybe even put up for voting).

    I don't think the childlike style is necessarily bad, but if your goal is to sell your designs to Threadless (as opposed to making art for your own enjoyment) I would focus on making one really solid design that can stand on its own.

    posted 11 hours, 11 minutes ago in Need feedback Please! RE: Mother & Child

I have been printed 9 times

See all