"M. Bader" isn't THAT bad - it probably flew under the radar of alot of kids when you were younger.
I grew up with a kid named Colin Krapp.
His abuse started in Kindergarten!
What were HIS parents thinking???
This suits Dayton perfectly. I dislike Dayton, but my Grandma lives there, so I like Dayton a little, because nobody dislikes my Grandma. If anyone disses my Grandma, there will be a whole lotta hymn singin' and flower bringin', cause it will be ON, BITCH.
Like I said, as Dayton goes, this is tops.
Ben, If you dwell on past shit and tell yourself it sucks, then...well, you're gonna suck right into the future. Move forward and try some new techniques...like hand lettering. Work on line weight, layout, etc. Go out and get laid and then do some new posters.
...And look at it this way: at least you don't have a shithead like Swampviking following you around the internet.
You don't want honest opinions on your posters...you've recieved a few less than favorable comments and your default response is..."the promoter liked it, the band liked it, it was a rush job....blah blah, blah."
Seems there are alot of "legally blind" people in the Ohio area.
This has been fun. Who would have thought that all it would take to get input was to be honest with my opinion of other people's work? It seems a few have gotten offended, but I guess it's to be expected when fragile egos are involved. Feel free to share your opinion of other posters I've done. I would appreciate your honest opinions. Thanks
I admit the image was inspired by Sorayama, but you'd have to pretty nearsighted to think that that image and my poster were the same. I didn't realize that it was alright to downright steal 60s cartoons, photographs, old etchings, etc... but, oh no, can't borrow Sorayama's helmet design.