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    Tshirt design

    hey, thought i'd might as well post it here, to see what you all think
    i started off painting it in photoshop then vectored in illustrator, was pretty fun.
    tshirt design for local band 'Today Brings Justice'
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    Awesome !

    Except for the text, it's way too bland. Check out Bobsmade, she incorporates text really well in her clothing designs.
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    Very cool design, and good composition on the shirt. His eyes don't look very mean and the text is hard to see, i would gone with something more visible color wise on the text those two are my only crits.
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    Love the emotion in this and the positioning of elements. I definitely agree with whats been said so far. Also, I think you would get more contrast out of the creature if the lines/dark parts of the creature were a full black instead of a dark grey. If it is black and it just looks grey because of the picture then I would change the other color on the monster to a lighter grey or a different grey alltogether- something that contrasts with the green maybe so a red or orange perhaps.
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    I think the text could be better.

    An overall decent design however.
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    i think you should make the text gooey like the monsters vomit. and perhaps more color but i like the design really sick!
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    ooh wow i wasnt expecting such a response O_O
    loki: yeah your right, cheers
    luckydevil: thanks for those crits! appreciated
    Dave_Lynch: thank you!
    jctek: haha cheer man
    blacktimus: 1 post, and its in here? i'm honored. thanks!

    i'll work on the text some more and such, thanks everyone!
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