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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Apr 28, 2004.

  1. j

    j Well-Known Member

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    If this is against the rules, tough. Who's gonna kick me off. Anyway I submitted a couple of designs to threadless.com: http://www.threadless.com/submission/19325.html http://www.threadless.com/submission/19314.html I was starting to hate them after staring at them all week but people seem to like them. And you do too. You like them and you want to vote for them. Unless you don't like them, in which case don't vote at all. And comments would be appreciated as well.
     
  2. Brian SD

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    I definitely like the second one a lot.
     
  3. LA Guy

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    I really like the second design, but try as I may, all I see (and I know it's supposed to be a naked woman), all I see is a woman in a skirt with a football, and a dog. Is it just me? GIve me a hint how to start?
     
  4. j

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    Err.. help me see the football and the dog. [​IMG] It's just a woman. No skirt.
     
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    That second one is awesome. Like one of the comments said, it took a second to recognize what it was - I think that is what makes it especially cool.
     
  6. LA Guy

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    Okay, I *think* I see it. But just to be sure, which was is she standing/facing, and how much or her body do we see?
     
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    lol, i dunno if it's because i read la guy's post before looking, but i can't see anything except the football and dog
     
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    The second design is great.  I was only able to see the football and the dog at first (lol), probably from reading the previous posts.  Then the image of the woman took shape and I have to say it is very, very well done.  

    For people who can see the dog and ball but not the nude: the "football" is actually shadowing along the medial aspect of the right breast and the "dog" is a continuous shadow from the left side of the neck to the shoulder and down to the top of the left breast.
     
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    See, before, I could only see a dog chasing a hat across a rocky crevice. Now, I see the top half of a naked woman, with a dog on her shoulder. Â [​IMG] Ooooooooh, okay, now I can see it. It's like a magic eye. That's fantastic... EDIT: Totally voted 5 for the second one.
     
  11. LA Guy

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    Thanks, I'd gotten it completely wrong. Ah, much better. I still like the dog though.
     
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    I wouldn't mind meeting the model.
     
  13. j

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    Neither would I. [​IMG]
     

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