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    Angel & Pipes

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    a couple recent t-shirt designs for TankFarm Clothing.




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    Sweet

    Lovin these designs, especially the angel pic the rendering is awsome.

    Nice work!!

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    hey. cool t-shirt designs. the angel could have better drawn breasts and the wings could be more dynamic. the pipes are neat for a shirt.

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    hep color work on the angel

    this bread is hard, and stale, and has green fuzz on it.
    I wanna go home.
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    the angel looks horribly cut out, with a marquee no-less YIKES! and while that may have been your intention, (and it works with the bag-pipes) however since the angel is rendered, the cutout feel of the black and white "stencil" if you will, does not work well with a rendered piece. It's either all or nothing.

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    the angel looks horribly cut out, with a marquee no-less YIKES! and while that may have been your intention, (and it works with the bag-pipes) however since the angel is rendered, the cutout feel of the black and white "stencil" if you will, does not work well with a rendered piece. It's either all or nothing.
    i totally agree.
    but it was a client image.
    for a t-shirt.
    and that's the way he wanted it....
    so what can you do?

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    Angel & Pipes

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    these are some different takes on the angel...
    the first one is the original pencil sketch...and then some other ideas i had with her.

    the black and white is the version that will actually be on the shirts...

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    Ooo. I like the first colored version in you recent update. That one is nice, probably because of the reduced "blackness" of the dark areas. Very cool stuff man.

    That is the coolest drawing of bagpipes I have seen in recent memory.


    -Sean

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