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4.60 / 5.00

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Jun 11, 2014 | 7:04 PM EDT
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Illustration
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3000 x 4000 px
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digital
crab
painting
hermit

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I should really start making things other than shirts.

http://society6.com/AaronMSutton/Hermit-Crab-v0E_T-shirt#11=49&4=75

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jenninexusjenninexus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

omg he's fantastically creepy - love the rectangular flip flops :-D


UrnSudden responds:

Thank ya! :D
In response to your response on my review of your model, I stopped venturing into digital 3d art about 3-4 years ago because my technical ability was absolutely atrocious, haha. I'd decided until I make about two hundred in ad rev/tee sales, I was gonna stick to 2d art, cutout and sculptural stop-motion animation (Which I've yet to do, lol) and traditional sculpture to kind of sharpen my skills before I get back into it.


MelodyPadControlUnitMelodyPadControlUnit

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love your concept and the way you design it! There is a lot of details involved and the color is made in the 90's sundergroud style i feel but in a commercial way to be accessible. It would be nice to see a backgroud but as you said it; made for a t-shirt!


UrnSudden responds:

Thanks for the review! ah!
I feel like I was kind of torn between trying for a bubbly pseudo-realistic style (around the larger claw) and the--as you said-- 90's underground bold-lined works (pretty much everywhere else). When i made this i was using a... I think it was a 5 or 6 year old Wacom Bamboo pen tablet. Needless to say they've come a long way in these years, and I'm hoping to pick up a mid-tier intuos or a cintiq rather than get a replacement Bamboo (now a "low tier" intuos) and actually put some "balls-deep" effort into some things, haha. I'm glad it turned out alright though :D thank you