muttley muttley Artist from Philippines


dvdesign dvdesign Artist from Argentina

Great Work +1 !

plz support :D

Mitxeldotcom Mitxeldotcom Artist from Basque Country, Spain

You got my vote too! +1

echotoons echotoons Artist from Philippines

thanks for your votes!

flakdamage flakdamage Artist from Indiana, United States

Thanks… got ya! +1

shesmatilda shesmatilda Artist from Singapore

very nice concept here, so deep =)

Garny Garny Artist from Las PiƱas City, Philippines


echotoons echotoons Artist from Philippines


WannabeDesigner WannabeDesigner Artist from Illinois, United States

this is my favorite out of all your designs :)

slamgirl65 slamgirl65 Artist from Michigan, United States

Absolutely love this! Nicely done. Here’s my design:

roncabardz roncabardz Artist from Philippines


iing iing Artist from Indonesia


wastuaji wastuaji Artist from Bandung, Indonesia

cool +1

Defame89 Defame89 Artist from Missouri, United States

Hey since you voted for me I thought I would return the favor. Also I thought I would comment and give you some pointer (not like I’m better than you or anything, because I’m not but I appreciate when people give me advice). I was looking in your gallery and noticed that you may be rushing a lot of your designs. This one looks like you put a lot more time and effort into it, which is great. I had a problem of wanting to win the contests, I thought that the more I produced the better chance I had at winning. I soon realized it doesn’t work like that at all. I slowed down…A LOT. I still haven’t won and I don’t think I’m very close but I do have a lot more people liking my stuff. Also people like clean designs. Try vectoring you work more too. Also spend a lot of time looking at other winners work and studying what got peoples attention and what made their design win. Every design has the same things in common; the designs are clean, original, in demand (i.e. monsters, nature, animals, skulls, etc.), and have a unique style. Style is REALLY hard. I haven’t quite got that into my digital work as much as I have in my traditional work. Fyi if you do want to produce stuff a little bit faster get a stylist pad. I am getting one my self for the very same reason. This is a little change but make a huge difference, have good, clean images. No one like a blurry image. People want to see your works detail. I use a 30× 35 inch canvas. This helps in many ways: one, you can see you work in great detail when your working, two, if and when you win it will be easy for the designers to work on your design and it will be clear, crisp and in great detail (it will save you and them countless hours ( I learned this the hard way)), and three, it will give you great finished images the wont be blurry at all and you can easily re-size them and change them at will. I hoped this helped. I guess some final thoughts would be don’t get discouraged, I know it’s easy to do but every one has rough times in this industry…any industry for that matter; so keep your chin up, stay humble, work hard, and never stop learning and growing :)

echotoons echotoons Artist from Philippines

thanks guys!

echotoons echotoons Artist from Philippines

@defame89 thanks for your advice i really appreciate it! goodluck to your works too

SrthK SrthK Artist from India
nofeeart nofeeart Artist from Bekasi, Indonesia


Carli Carli Artist from Denmark

This is very nice, wish I could vote! :)

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