1. We need to see more revisions. We lost a bit of that with the Skate Shop League, it really helps. You don’t have to take my advice but improving/tweaking your entry is important.
2. We need more community participation. For the amount of traffic that we’ve been getting around here the comments for the Reject League have not been enough. Let’s make these better as a group!
Tom and Kris! Great team name, great concept behind the design. Why did you guys ditch the bone? I liked that touch in the sketches. Some of the details are too small in this. You have them rendered really well they just need to be bigger. I think this idea may also benefit from my comment that I gave the Glass blowing entry yesterday, find a great “L” in a font that you like and try to make the arm fit those proportions. Again, I’m not sure I’m making any sense when I say this. This is gross, and weird and that means it’s awesome! Great first entry.
Ryan! Go Beavers! Jason’s wife is going to lean on us to make this entry a reality. Jason and his wife have a pug and like all pug owners they melt at the sight of every coffee mug and greeting card that has a pug printed on it. What’s up with that? You really captured the insanity of a pug’s face. Great work. The double “P” mark is weird and great too! I think this is a one and done. Maybe my only comment is that the tongue could be articulated better. Doesn’t it kinda curl up around the edges? We could do some great things with raised embroidery to make it look like you skinned a pug and mounted it to the hat! Not that you’d ever think to do such a thing.
Brian! As always, Irish pride abounds. “They’ll throw you in their Paddywagon,” nice! This is great. A couple things, the clover in his hat. It being on the outline of the hat obscures the shape of it. Does that make sense? Either in the hat shape or outside the hat shape. I think that the bandana needs a pattern too, clovers right? I’d also get rid of his lower chin. I don’t think that you need it. Great start!