I like the back better than the front, and that is a crying shame. I almost picked this one, and I think I would have if you had put the photo of the faun not on the shoulder, but in the middle of the shirt. It would have drawn my eyes to it, instead of the back. ANd would have made better sense to me ....I wish you luck on this one.
oh god, thanks... and yeah this of feedback is where you really learn from, I wanted to make the pic feel like it was thrown, that's the reason for it to be on the soulder, the fact that you like the back better than the front is actually a good thing, the main purpouse is when someone see you from the front make him have to see the back to find out what was that about, thanks again.
I am glad to help, but I want to point this out. Looking at the front doesn't make me want to go around to the back, that is why I didn't vote for this one. I look at the front and keep going, and it's not until later that I discover what a treasure the back is. That is a big flaw for me, the front needs to be intriguing enough for me to check out the back and that picture to the side isn't something that captures or demands attention.
It's forsaken for the most part ... and that takes away from the shirt itself. Great concept, wonderful idea, but I still think you need to center for the most effect possible with that picture.
I wouldn't that might void it. Though that doesn't mean it's not a good overall piece, and if you get a chance can you critique mine as well. I don't think I can win, but I do want to see what I can do better.
Pues yo creo que no todas las progresiones han de ser previsibles y que el hecho de que se produzca una disrupción en la asociación (que la hay, pero no tan "masticada" como en otros diseños) hace de, precisamente éste, tu mejor propuesta. Ahora, cada cual con su maestría y tú, con tu genialidad