joecool151 wrote:I have to agree...
I'm new-ish to this site but I find it funny how you can look at any of this artist's stuff and find people intentionally being as dull as possible to find reasons why the shirt is no good. It's seems like these comments serve no constructive purpose.
"The DNA dosen't look like zombie DNA, more like alien DNA, or like hulks DNA when I saw it."
"That dood in the back looks like a normal dood, not like a zombie at all, i mean look at his stance, I've never seen a zombie stand like that"
Not sure if you realize stuff like that makes you look dumb. IDK about him, but I wouldn't care what you had to say about my stuff if it was in the fog, because that alone says all it needs to about the shirt design. I might add that it's there despite all the lines of hate.
Today's thought of the day: Spend less time hating on other peoples work and spend more time doing it "right" since you're the expert.
I don't hate him. Some of the artists don't mind feed back and they do little tweaks or adjustments based on the feed back they get.
As far as the Hulk or alien comment that was me who said it and here are examples of why it reminds me of the Hulk:
or this (if you want the She-Hulk one):
Now, I could dot the same with the aliens but it's easy enough to do as I have done and go to google search and this time type "Aliens." Point being this; it isn't unreasonable for some of us to say that a certain color conveys something other than the artist intended. The Hulk in particular is burned into my mind because the first movie came out the day before my wedding and I remember my groomsmen hitting up the theater that night. Second, and this is a side note, please don't use the whole "I'm right and their fools if they disagree with me," line. I know that some on this site would have you believe that acting like a jerk some how shows that you're sticking to your guns or just means that you're superior to others--but it's a lie.
A person can give honest, insightful criticism with insults.