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    designs for a shirt..

    Hi this are two designs for a shirt I make for my gf, is a present, she loves that character so I decided to make this....what do u think?? it was draw and colored in flash (dont ask why ) and then added some light details in ps, thanks! the first design the cloud and the bubble was "inspiration" from other shirt I saw if it looks familiar
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    So far so good. Only thing that I'd change is the purple in hutch1.gif's eyes. The violet/purple looks a bit off.

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    yeah in hutch1.gif it looks like he is on a wicked PCP trip !! i like hutch2.gif simple and looks cool....

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    lol thanks shaf...or reef? and ezekiel, ok the purple is going to be changed then! any suggestion someone to make the drawings look better??

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    i personally don't like the soft shading and blur (drop shadow?) especially in the first one... i think a clean celshading style would look better. If you're going to go for the smooth blending i reckon you need to fully render it i.e lots of colours to make it look 3d, not just 2 tones.

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