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Topic: Attacking Innocent Shirts with my Screens and Ink!! Doctor Who Style  (Read 953 times)
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« on: November 25, 2012 01:22:18 PM »

I've wanted to put my screens to some more use so I bought a bunch of cotton shirts and went to town! Some of the arrangements could be improved and I might to some more printing on them, but there are a few I'm really happy with! I'd love to hear any comments or suggestions for any of the shirts.

This is one of my favorites! I love the daleks swarming in the different colors. It definitely is inspired by some of the more "colorful" daleks seen on Doctor Who  Cheesy

This shirt was done in a similar design though there's more daleks just because I did have some bleeding issues and made sure to print over the more grievious areas.

A bit of a change up with a bunch of iconic DW figures in a bit of a line up.

I have an orange version of it with blue ink too...

I'm really excited about a new screen I made too...the Silence!!! I like the grid form on the shirt.

And here's a simple arrangement I made that looks great on a v-neck shirt.

Now the rest I have issues with a little....any suggestions for improvement would be great. I just feel like they're still not there yet. And mostly I think it means they need more printing.

Like this one...Not bad but I'm thinking, more angels?

Same here.

Thanks so much for looking!
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« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2012 01:54:04 PM »

Wow sheepBlue, these are amazing. On the first one you asked about adding more angels, the logical place would be to the north west of the tardis, but I kind of like that negative space. Sometimes less is more. Great work all around.

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