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paulabot

aka Paula Rogers is a 30.70 year old girl and has been a part of the Threadless community for 5 years, 3 months! she has scored 345 submissions, giving an average score of 1.57, helping 6 designs get printed.

www.PaulaRogersInk.com

Recent Comments

  • Great for kids!

    posted 4 years, 10 months ago in Outta the way! Here comes a rollerskatin\' rainbow!

  • Great for kids!

    posted 4 years, 10 months ago in Outta the way! Here comes a rollerskatin\' rainbow!

  • This design is based on a true story about an octopus that loved its Mr. Potato Head toy. http://tinyurl.com/octohead

    To me, it was a great metaphor for unconditional love, as the octopus can't recognize that the Potato Head's face is all weird, he just loves the tactile sensation of the toy. To him, it's perfect.

    posted 4 years, 10 months ago in Octopus in Love

  • Cute for kids! I agree the swirls could be emphasized, and the simplicity of the butterflies popped out at me, too. Maybe try adding some color variation to the butterflies. That could be pretty.

    posted 4 years, 10 months ago in Butterfly

  • I think this size of robots is good, and the belt print would be really cool.

    One thing to consider is the blue robot--he's all blue, and the other robots seem to have their colors used only as an accent on white bodies. The all blue adds a nice variety to the pattern, but I'd add some white into his body to integrate that robot in with the other two.

    If you're not able to get it to be a belt print, I'd suggest shrinking the size of the image a very little bit so it's more centered, and play with replacing one of the robots with a more whimsical item/shape to break the pattern. Like a battery or a heart or something. That might give it more meaning as a design if it's not just a straight pattern.

    My two cents! Check out my design if you like: http://www.threadless.com/critique/45554/Octopus_in_Love

    posted 4 years, 10 months ago in robot hearts