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Topic: New tshirts, including 1st ever silk screen! (woohoo!)  (Read 5039 times)
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« Reply #10 on: December 24, 2004 03:55:34 PM »

I love the first shirt. All of them are great but #1 is my favorite. Since you want some constructive criticism- here goes. I would like the birds more if there were less on them. Like the top two and the back or vice versa, a little busy for me. But everyone has personal style and its not a bad thing, just my preference. The second is a little to busy for my taste, the third rocks, very creative and the fourth is nice and simple. I LOVE crafty boys too! Great work!

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« Reply #11 on: December 25, 2004 10:02:00 AM »

I love those! Ahh! You give me ideas. Nice work, no critcism here. Slurrp.

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« Reply #12 on: December 26, 2004 01:41:22 PM »

I REALLY want to learn how to silk-screen. Where can I learn how??? Those shirts rock. I love them. You remind me of that guy on Laguna Beach that makes those really cool stenciled trucker hats. right on.
« Reply #13 on: December 26, 2004 02:08:21 PM »

Those all look fabulous. I'm most attracted to the 3rd one, the pink looks awesome! The 2nd one is too busy for my taste, but I like the tie and text on it. As hawaiilove said, the first shirt looks awesome, except I feel like there's too many birds on the front. Taking off one or 2 of the lower and upper ones on the front would make it less busy, and let the birds stand out more. Yea but, they all look awesome. More guys should take off from you, and get craftyy!

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« Reply #14 on: December 26, 2004 04:28:45 PM »

ah how i do enjoy crafty men, no criticism, i love them all

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« Reply #15 on: December 26, 2004 07:34:31 PM »

The bird that is on the first shirt, I have seen it on some of your other creations and I really like it.  Is it like a personal logo, or where did you get it from?

the bird logo on the tshirt is actually is a design by an artist i know, i absolutely love it thats why its on so many of my clothes, its quite funny cause i reckon hed be pissed off if he knew it was all over my clothes! hee hee

good comments, with the pink one i wanted to have a joke at those tacky ducks people have in their houses going up in angles, wanted to have them going from small to big, but wasnt sure it would work how i wanted, so i just, hmm plastered it with them basically! but i reckon when i make another one therell be less and one just one side!

not many people liking the business of these tops, when i make stuff for other people i generally make it less busy, but when i make clothes for myself i must go all out! i love it! (and cant have people walking about in better clothes than myself!!)

one of the things i dont like is the paisley bits underneath the tie, really wanna get rid of them but the original tshirt is minging so needed to cover it up!!



« Reply #16 on: December 28, 2004 10:38:41 AM »

Awesome! As some others have said, we love crafty boys here. I really like the second one a lot, I don't think it's too busy i think it's perfect. I like how you made a couple of them inside out.. but right-side out now!

I don't like the third and fourth ones as much, I don't know exactly what it is.. I think they just look a little more homemmade if you know what I mean? I'm really into the professional-looking-could-have-bought-it-at-a-really-awesome-store-but-i-actually-made-it-myself-thank-you-very- much ...look. I love getting the "You made that!? I thought you bought it!!" comment

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