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Re: Go Fly A Kite!
Had another idea I had to get out. Try something more cutesy. Let me know what you think. Open to all critique.
Re: What Rain?
I love this shirt. It's cute yet bordering on edge of the imagination - not creepy but mysterious.
Re: Umbrella Tree
otterific. simple as that. just otterific.
Re: ~A Bad Storm~
Here is a larger img. and some close ups, I hope you all enjoy.
Re: rain walk
a bigger view of design
luptor wrote:This is quite impressive. It differs greatly from you stuff so far, but I have reservations about it getting past the rejector. Think this one is gonna get nabbed by the nudity clause
The colors came out really good, it really pops off the canvas. Also like the use of circles to create the turbulent rollers
Perhaps Chump would have draped a feather boa around her but Andrew nixed it! lol
I liked it enough to give it my vote and crossed my fingers that she holds in there!
The Wicked Witch wasn't always wicked. As a child she was often teased by the other children about her fear of getting wet. Tin Man....Kid was the worst of the bunch. It was almost as if he didn't have a heart.
suzer22 wrote:What I see here is a yellow scribble that has hopped away from me (the viewer) making splashes in the puddles along the way, and it's raining. I like the composition and the splashes and the color and the focal point of the yellow scribble. I just don't know what the yellow scribble is supposed to be, so the design just doesn't wow me.
If the water and splashes were more scribble style, then I might not care what the yellow bit is. Or if I could see that it was a rubber duck, or the sunshine, or whatever, then I might be able to fill in a story but now it's just too abstract.
But I applaud your efforts! I haven't gotten up the nerve yet!
Supposed to be a stylized individual in a rain slicker.... I was attempting to throw a bunch of kinetic energy into it, perhaps I'll redesign and resubmit. Doing everything in custom Bezier curves was super time consuming, and I kinda gave up on the splashes too early. They could be much more stylish.
Re: Last Day at the Beach
jeanerz13 wrote:This is pretty cool. I like the misty part...almost looks glittery...
One thing, the girl that is standing seems to have arms that are too long or legs that are too short...Maybe it's just me, but her hands seem to hang down to her knees, while she's standing...
Still, good work and way better than I could do.
Thanks for commenting.This is a shot of my favorite beach if you ever get the chance to go to Maine, go to Drake island.
The rocks are round like eggs and all so beautiul and the beach is sandy all winter long because the waves wash the snow away, so you can go to the beach in January and sit on the sand etc. it's just like July , (But colder!) Anyway, worked on this forever, started it for the Earth day derby (Draw your favorite place on Earth...) worked on it for three days back then...then felt like it would be a wasted effort to submit it so late in the game. Then went to this beach for most of the summer.
On our last day there it rained.....the drawing already looked kind of stormy so adding the rain was fun to do and here it is.
I love the place in this picture.Nice to talk to ypu!
Re: Trading Places
ok, i have to vote for this one too. this is a shirt that definitely benefits from looking at the bigger picture. I almost skipped over it looking at the thumbnail, but it was enough to draw me in. very nice design.
Re: Rain, Rain, Go Away...v2
Very cool artwork that somehow manages to make for even a better tshirt.
I expect this to be near the top at the end.
Re: Safe Haven
Man, every time! I'll add to the lovefest - not only do always hit the topic with something well-executed and usually sweet (not counting mer-man boobs! ), but your art is somehow very literate, too. My vote's a no-brainer.
You're back! Yay! The detail on this is incredible. And are those egg-rocks pink? IF so, a friend brought some home and gave me one. wild!
megsck wrote:this reminds me of whinnie the poo illustrations. beautiful drawing!
I was thinking a bit of Beatrix Potter, too. So sweet!
Imaginative and fun!
Wow, some of you are really stretching the imagination on this one - yay! I was afraid there would be twenty kids jumping in puddles. Just beautiful!
Re: simple act
I do! Very mice. I think I might've chose a more complimentary shirt coor. The blue clashes, to my eye.
Wow, this is amazing. My only criticism would be that the edges are still a bit square - making it more random would help. Other than that - wow!
Oh, and your link isn't working!
paigeg wrote:You're back! Yay! The detail on this is incredible. And are those egg-rocks pink? IF so, a friend brought some home and gave me one. wild!
The rocks are all colors, some are pink.
I was at the beach all summer and there isn't a computer there.
The ocean just tosses the rocks around until they are round, then shoots them out onto the beach twice a day.This beach is 4 hours from my house so going there is no problem and my parents have a condo there (so we are free to go anytime. Except now the little one in the picture there is in 1st grade so we have to stay here so she can go to stupid oldschool! (We would rather be at the beach!!!!!)
Anyway, this beach (Drake Island in Wells Maine.)inspires almost everything I do artistically so anyone get a chance to go there,I am sure that you will love it.
If you go to google earth you can zoom in on the beach and even see tha rocks...You can also google Earth shirt.woot....and New York city
...fun with google Earth!
Re: Everyday is a rainy day
aww, its so awsome! love it! i want one!
furesh wrote:One simple act is all it takes.
This is our first Shirt Woot Derby and our second submission. We hope you like our rainy day shirt design.
I love it! Keep it up!
paigeg wrote:I do! Very mice. I think I might've chose a more complimentary shirt coor. The blue clashes, to my eye.
This. I'm also not too sure about the light outlining around the design--it looks, to me, like a cropping error.
Putting it on cream would get rid of both issues but would also earn you a lot of complaints from the community, which seems to have a real problem with cream. And I might be thinking of cream only because I'm thinking of Vulpes Victoriana. (... which I don't think this is ripping off, BTW.)
Also, I'm not an artist, so please take all of this with a grain of salt.
Unfortunately, meteorology was misspelled.
The imagery reminds me something from the Sandman comics and art of Dave Mckean
another fantastic entry this week! concept and execution is spot on!
very lovely and whimsical.
Itsandymann wrote:Sponges "die" when then they dry out. so the wet sponge would be in far better shape than a dry sponge.
(I'm a Marine bio major and a man of logic, so I'm picky about these things.)
otterific! I'm a neurobiologist and professor of Biology, so I love it when I get comments like this- you can still be artistic and scientific!
Consider that if it was a sea sponge (used to 4-5% saline), adding pure water to it would make it swell up due to the hypotonicity of the rain. This would cause the individual cells to burst and probably kill the sponge.
Re: Grandma's Rath
rath: a hill or mound in Ireland
Looks like I forgot to add a description, so here it is.
You'd think it would be great to be a giant cuddly monster. You can crush buildings, use trees for toothpicks, and, since you're cuddly, people aren't afraid of you. Sometimes, it's just darned inconvenient to be so big—there's more of you to get wet. That much wet fur is not pleasant.
Re: Don't These Come in Monster Size?
I love the colors!
Awww... I really like your style! +1
Re: Date with the rain
I'm always amazed at how little love Alex gets here. Great illustration like everything else I've seen of yours!
My roof leaks, so on rainy days, I sit in my living room and open a good ... umbrella.
Six colors on navy: black, gray, white, cream, green, brown.
As always, votes and comments are deeply appreciated.
Re: Under The Weather
I love everything about this design except the fact that the frog doesn't really look like a frog.
This is pretty cool. Gets a vote from me.
This is pretty funny, but there's something about the layout that doesn't quite jive with me.
I really like this design. I think it would have been cool if it was off-center a bit. Either to the right or to the left... not sure which one (Would have to play with it) Either way, adorable design.
What I love so much about so many of your designs is the backgrounds. They fade into the shirt so organically, so they don't look like shirts with a design pasted on. I hope that makes some sense.
Guaranteed winner. Nice job.
Re: Hippie Shower
Nothing personal against red, but this would look much better on black or navy. Just my opinion. Very nice design.
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