Derby #319: Song Titles Reinterpreted
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Inspired by "Starlight" - Muse (in Navy)

Inspired by "Starlight" - Muse (in Navy)
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roanin


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Re: Inspired by "Starlight" - Muse (in Navy)


Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for looking

blk909


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roanin wrote:Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for looking


Great colors, super design, but the placement would be better higher on the shirt and in a less blocky, more free form layout.

geekincarnadine


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Re: Inspired by "Starlight" - Muse (in Navy)


I love the stardust, I wish it faded out or trailed off instead of ending at a line like an iron-on might. Still pretty!

roanin


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blk909 wrote:Great colors, super design, but the placement would be better higher on the shirt and in a less blocky, more free form layout.


I agree! Any pointers on how to do that? -- the less blocky, more free-form part? I was trying to do a fade out using halftones, but I think I achieved it better on the black vs. the navy

roanin


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geekincarnadine wrote:I love the stardust, I wish it faded out or trailed off instead of ending at a line like an iron-on might. Still pretty!


I agree! Any pointers on how to do that? I was trying to do a fade out using halftones, but I think I achieved it better on the black vs. the navy

geekincarnadine


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roanin wrote:I agree! Any pointers on how to do that? I was trying to do a fade out using halftones, but I think I achieved it better on the black vs. the navy


Letting your canvas stay a little larger might help - the line where the design quits at the top is very clear. But aside from that I figure it's practice! I don't do the best work with halftones myself, so if I ever get it cinched I'll try to share. Good luck.

roanin


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geekincarnadine wrote:Letting your canvas stay a little larger might help - the line where the design quits at the top is very clear. But aside from that I figure it's practice! I don't do the best work with halftones myself, so if I ever get it cinched I'll try to share. Good luck.


Thanks for the input! I'll try that on the next submission

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