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    Don't quit your dayjob...

    where's stuff I do from 9-5....it aint aliens and monsters but at least I'm drawing...
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    May not be raging warriors, but it's damn good.

    Love that portly Hawiian guy the best, and a really wonderful job for the limited color selections.
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    Very impressive and nice, the bails bonds shirt made me laugh too. Splendid work, very proferssional and inspiring.
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    cool design, did you also do the colors or just the drawings ???
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    Hey these designs are so expressive. I like them all mate.
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    Heh, that "tipsi tiki" one made me laugh. Good work.
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    Hey robo, these are really cool, I love the smooth mix of illustration and graphic design. Very smooth. I'm assuming this is all done in adobe illustrator? Nice character design too.
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    that kix ass bro.
    i do the same thing.
    where do u work at?
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    nicely done, and a lot of fun
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    thanks everybody, glad some of you laughed...I like to think I'm pretty funny and I like to put that in the work I do...

    answers to questions:
    all the work is done in Macromedia Frehand, it's IMO more screenprinting friendly than Illustrator...

    I do the illustrations and the color selections, must of the time it's limited to what the client is willing to pay since they pay a per color charge. it can become a real challenge when you have this image of multiple colors, but the client only wants 3 colors...including the underprint. challenging in a good way of course.

    I currently work at Native Sons screenprinting and embroidery, where I'm the senior designer as well as lead illustrator...big titles, basically means the art director picks the jobs he wants and gives the rest to me, unless there's some real drawing that needs to be done and then that gets thrown on my desk too

    I'll keep this thread going as the work gets done.
    thanks again ya'll
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    it's nice to see shirt designs in here, keep posting these as you can. Also see if you can work more mullets into your designs, you know you'll always score with mullets.
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    Great stuff, and like you said, at least you're drawing! Nice work.
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    dude i want a lola's shirt - how much?
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    pretty cool uber alles..
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