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theleliamonster

aka Lelia is a 27.74 year old girl and has been a part of the Threadless community for 5 years, 7 months! she has scored 2188 submissions, giving an average score of 3.09, helping 43 designs get printed.

Recent Comments

  • Nice! Love the addition of the bird. Still not sure about the fading... maybe there are a few more details you could add? (Is this for the Earth Day Challenge, by the way?)

    posted 3 years ago in One with nature

  • Bump! :D

    posted 3 years ago in Fox-e-llation

  • This is a lovely idea and illustration; very nice for a first submission! Pat yourself on the back. :)

    A few suggestions from me: the white airway path above the ribcage doesn't seem to fit (it's not really organic-looking and is a little distracting); I think you could get rid of it. I also am not sure about the white dots... what are they? I don't really like the fade out at the bottom either, I think if it was a solid design it would look better. I'm not sure how I feel about the dashed lines that signify where the ribs are... have you tried making them in the same fashion as you made the front of the ribcage? Finally, a ribcage doesn't continue down the front as you have illustrated, so maybe you could end it where the sternum is?

    Despite my suggestions, I really like this design and you've done a lovely job of illustrating a very nice metaphor. Can't wait to see the next version!

    Please give me some feedback on Fox-e-llation when you get a chance!

    posted 3 years ago in One with nature

  • I love the idea; if you want to avoid copyright issues, maybe you could replace the name with an indicative adjective or phrase... for example, "Shrek" could become "ogre". (I wouldn't necessarily use that, I'm sure you can come up with something better.) Keep working on it, the concept is fun!

    Please give me some feedback on Fox-e-llation when you get a chance!

    posted 3 years ago in Race Diversity

  • Nice! Very clean and easy to understand. You might want to consider rearranging things in a more vertical fashion so that it will fit better on a tee (it's a horizontal design, which is okay, but it leaves a lot of open space on the tee as-is). Also, put it on a tee so we can see what the placement will be like! Good stuff!

    Mind taking a look at Fox-e-llation when you get a minute?

    posted 3 years ago in Dexter Kit