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Re: Plant a tree
Re: From the Heart
Thank you dreadwood and schlady. I thought it would be cool to share my inspiration for the design. I found this tree in the foothills of Sequoia National Park. So neat to see the new growth form "From the Heart" of a giant old tree. I kept the design smaller and off-center so the wearer can have this growing "From the Heart" also.
Re: Only Memories
A bunny with a mission! I like it from both the saddened remembering-the-good-times view as well as the nature rebellion view! This is awesome! I think it'll print I hope it does. I think I need a new patrickspens shirt!
Great style and color as always!
I'm taking a sumi-e painting class and have been looking for an excuse to use the style in a shirt design. This week's derby seemed like a good time to do it. I have a blue and a green version, but this color combination ended up being the nicest of the three.
Narfcake wrote:He already did one.
Wonderful! Thanks a ton for the link. And thanks Ramy for the tutorial. Appreciated.
Re: Trade Winds
absolutely breathtaking. wonderful job, kdeuce!
Re: Get Out of Your Shell
(aka "get the shell out!"...er, uhh..or something...)
patrickspens wrote:The title's a little sad for the whole "appreciate what you have" purpose.
But you can totally call it "Reclaim the Concrete" if you're in a fight'n mood
I think it kind of sad regardless of the title. The bunny has lost its beautiful home, its feeding and breeding ground, to a ugly slab of alter rock and metal.
Personally, I think this one of your most meaningful, emotional pieces, and for that, I love it! As someone that enjoys/cares for trees, plants and critters more than human development, I fully support this design. +1!
Re: Tree Huggers
The style of your submissions is all over the place. How many people use this account?
Re: What Japan Has To Offer
The Shirt is Navy if you can't see it on your computer.
kevlar51 wrote:Except for maybe the mean trees ...
Like those stupid Apple Trees! Throwing apples! You know when you're walking down the road... the yellow brick road... after getting hungry and taking apples without asking...hmmmmmm... well even if you did take their apples they still shouldn't throw them at you. They could ask nicely. After all, how were you supposed to know they were alive? You've never been to Oz before!!! Oh well at least we got more apples
Very simple and nice. Love the use of negative space, and great clouds.
THe leaves, they look so real, like I could real out and feel them. Love that type of artwork.
This is very cool. Why is he crying?
I am awed by how you use the shirt color so well. And I really like how your concept addresses the theme.
Re: Hiker's Dawn
Wow. This is AWESOME! It's so beautiful! Well done, sir! Bloody well done.
Re: Nature's Gardner
I really like it! The character you've created is really interesting and cute, without being overly adorable.
I really like figuring out the background. Very good. With last week and this week especially, you're really cranking out some great stuff.
leprechaungirl wrote:Like those stupid Apple Trees! Throwing apples! You know when you're walking down the road... the yellow brick road... after getting hungry and taking apples without asking...hmmmmmm... well even if you did take their apples they still shouldn't throw them at you. They could ask nicely. After all, how were you supposed to know they were alive? You've never been to Oz before!!! Oh well at least we got more apples
I think this guy knows what you're talking about
And he looks like a thunderstorm...love it!
This design makes the anvil switchover only the more tragic.
Wow. This is AWESOME! It's so beautiful! Well done, sir! Bloody well done.
Thank you my dear.
SkekTek wrote:A squirrel has breakfast as the sun rises. 5 colors on navy.
That's just nuts.
This is really beautiful, great work.
This looks like a scene from a Miyazaki film. Lovely!
killerorca wrote:This design makes the anvil switchover only the more tragic.
That's too sad
Would you make a home less guy drawing a beautiful picture of a family he once had?
This was inspired by a road trip last summer. The Blue Ridge Parkway is one of America's treasures. The view from Mt. Mitchell was amazing. The bear warning discouraged my wife from camping there, but these bears look so friendly!
Re: Take Me There
I love the blue on black shades. Plus what beats nature at night?
aramis525 wrote:Rejection in 3...2...1...
Guess it doesn't count if I use it as a reference?
Really nice use of the shirt space. I wish the design were a little fuller, but not so much that it would take away from the meandering path. Really sharp anyway and I love the colors.
The design and execution are good save for the fact that you had to pander to the bunny crowd rather than use an animal that would actually be in an urban area. Really cheapens the design and detracts from the execution. It's pretty disappointing actually. At this stage you might as well have thrown in a penguin and a turtle for good measure.
This would be another Radscoolian purchase for me. Dynamic layout and sweet colors!
Re: Forrest Gaze
Love the design! Hate creme.....very torn.
Re: Below H20
Yay, jewelwing. Very nice to see the ocean represented (the ultimate open space!).
This is pretty spectacular. I can't really fathom why this isn't in the fog.
bluejester wrote:Ah Walmazan, your designs always make me smile. Also, between this and "Tickles to Tinkles" I'll never look at rain clouds the same way again.
I wore that shirt on saturday. I think I made it rain.
dreadwood wrote:This is a really beautiful design, I especially like the sky. I have to ask, did you use a photo for the clouds?
Originally, yes, but the end product looks quite different that the original inspiration.
Awesome to have you submitting again, jewelwing!!! The design is wonderful as well, except for the rectangular border. I think if you just traced around the rounded edge of the top of the design it would look much sharper.
Excellent use of space and color. This is really awesome.
j5 wrote:The style of your submissions is all over the place. How many people use this account?
There are 2 of us. Me, Mike Lane, and my brother, Bob. His are the far better ones, lol, so I understand the confusion. That's why we started putting our names on them.
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