Merry Christmas!!!! I hope that you have a brilliant day with all your friends and family.
This is Dragoon. Allegedly sealed in the Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto Japan.
I did not have this in the beginning so its too late for that. You can always adjust the pattern yourself.
You do sound rude for the record and you need to change your attitude or do it yourself if you don't like my work. You just don't see my point of view: I see and its not a triangle on the end of the middle tooth it tapers in at a 45 degree angle otherwise it would be 90 degrees like a corner of a box.
Here is my reference: https://www.google.com/search?q=gaig...-L3h0n0fHMM%3A
Here is the back of the jacket skull: http://delverite.deviantart.com/art/...253A1441826463
Front skull on t-shirt: http://delverite.deviantart.com/art/...253A1441827125
You can either use transfer paper or iron on the design with fabric transfer for dark fabrics.
It bothers my coworkers who believe its worst than being on your phone while at work since the screen is bigger.
Soo i just found out i cant do this stuff at work for political reasons. So it might take longer until i am alone in the office to whip it out real fast
Yes, sorry I am not active lately since I have 6am-2pm shifts plus trying to get ready for my artist dealer table. Here are the examples:
Yeah, I am going to Anime California as a vendor and PMX as an artist hopefully.
Fixed my message i was on the bus when i wrote it. Good been busy with work and prepping for more work! How about u? What con are you going to?
Yes i was wondering when you needed it by but i should have it done soon!
Your printer is inkjet if it uses small color cartridges, either individually CMYK or one cartridge to rule them all. Laser printers use the big toner cartridges generally used at print shops and those apply heat to prints which render the transfer useless.
That's a good choice of prop! The design looks simple enough, I can make vector of it and send you a .pdf file for you to print on a inkject printer. You will need to buy iron on transfer paper.
Of course, you gotta start somewhere one step at time.