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    t-shirt design sketch..

    hey guys.. this is a new design i started today, its not quite finished yet ... still need to add some typography and stuff. i mainly just wanted your opinion on which one you would rather see on a solid color t-shirt before i continue.

    your thoughts are greatly appreciated.

    t-shirt design sketch..

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    Ok, right off the bat I like the second design a lot more. The first one took me too long to realize what was going on in the picture, when I am looking at a shirt, I need to know right away what's on it or I'm not going to bother wasting my time figuiring it out.

    Now notice I said right off the bat, I need to know more about what you are doing for this shirt design. Is it going to be on the front or back? How large is it going to be? where exactly on the shirt will it go on? what color will the shirt be? what type face are you going to use for your text? What size and color will the type be?

    However, most importantly, I need to know what the statement is that you are going for with this shirt? I honestly can't tell what you are going for, as far as theme, purpose, or statement by just looking at your design. I realize you have yet to add the text, but just keep that in mind.

    Update us whenever you can.

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    thanks... i realize its pretty abstract. the whole concept was sort like how even though technology could be an advancement to society, it still could be bad for the heart and the connection we share with each other as soul. i combined both images together, people seem to be feelin this one the most. it will be screen printed pretty large (bigger then your hand)on the front of a t-shirt. i'll probably experimeting on different colors. the typography i plan to add will be small, still working on the text.

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    Interesting concept, I like it and comes off as being unique. I personally don't mind the abstract content in it, I myself have been dabbing more into an abstract style more then anything lately, so it's always refreshing to see other people do the same.

    Screenprinting would definently be the way to go with this piece, I also think the size of the image would suit well. Some people just blow the image up as much as possible and slap it on the craziest places. Color scheme really works well, totally diggin the black, white, and red scheme. Just be careful on the type face you choose though, don't rush out on anything, but I'm sure you already fully aware of that. Keep it up.

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    thank you Gr8t100... i really appreciate it.

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