rglee129 wrote:Thanks for the kind words and early votes, folks!
As for ThatRobert's and OdysseyRoc's composition comments- tried it with a shirt full of text, but it looked kind of weird since the hot dog is standing on a surface. Maybe it would work if he was drawn more in a floating pose...? I love you guys' work and value your opinions, so I'll think about them more and maybe play with it a bit...
as someone said before, this shirt is clever but too subtle. many people won't take time to read through the ingredients, and even if they scan it chances are they won't see the really funny ones like "this one thing we found."
also, it probably would have taken me a while to understand that the hot dog was going through an identity crisis if i didnt see the caption. it might a good idea to have a thought bubble exclaiming "what am I?" or something like that, as someone previously also pointed out.
either that, or have the hot dog actually look at the ingredient list with a confused look - this might better convey a sense of identity loss.