delete230033 delete230033 Artist from United Kingdom

Cool pattern! +1

zsyd zsyd Artist from Cebu, Philippines

nice pat +1

Egger Egger Artist from Hungary

and where is the koi? :) nice pattern for walls :))))

Carli Carli Artist from Denmark

Nice pattern! +1

Cranemann Cranemann Artist from Maryland, United States

@Egger the koi is meant to be interpreted with the scales itself. so you become the koi with achieving your ambitions. :)

roncabardz roncabardz Artist from Philippines


rejagalu rejagalu Artist from Surabaya, Indonesia

beautiful pattern

SPhosphate SPhosphate Human from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

You know… if we are making the wearer into the “koi” that will become the dragon by shedding its scales… I have a suggestion here: you might want to make the entire pattern bigger when printed on the T-shirt itself. Right now what I am seeing is a very pretty design, but it’s small and crowded. On a T-shirt you want to make a visual impact right away. By increasing the size of the base pattern (so there are fewer repeats), I think we can get the “scale” idea much easier much faster.

Just some food for thought, of course.
This is still a very pretty design.

Cranemann Cranemann Artist from Maryland, United States

@SPhosphate ah, good idea. i’ll try that in some upcoming designs. :)

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