posted by Chris Wahl at 9:06 PM
Loving your work Chris. thanks for the inspiration.
great pieces!I'm always impressed by the energy you give to all your artworks.Bravo!
Woofers and Tweeters....very clever!
Amazing stuff, Chris. So bold and dynamic. I NEVER do this, but I just bought shirts for myself and a friend.Great work.
Thanks everyone. As you can probably tell I'm having a ball designing these shirts.Joe- Wow! Thanks man. Hope you and your friend enjoy them.
Stoopid fun stuff as usual chris...always good to come by and see new and exciting stuff up on the bloog.P
Dig that Zombie Ninja Pirate print!
ZNP!?!I wanna read that!Do I wanna wear it? Arrright...
great great great drawings!
I have a friend who loves all things zombies and her birthday is coming up. So it's t-shirt time for me! Thanks, Chris!
Very nice work Chris. We're big fans of ZNP and we've featured you on our site. Hopefully we can help you sell a few more shirts! =)
Thats creative mastery stuff Chris!
nice blog you've got. great job.
Love it Chris!
Zazzle vs Redbubble. Is there a clear winner?
thanks for the inspiration.
Nice stuff :)
Your artwork is AWESOME! Nice job. Cheers!
Thanks everyone!infidel media- Thanks for the feature! Much appreciated.azzamckazza- Zazzle seems more professional. They have online stores from many big names (Disney, Star Wars etc), so their quality must be well established. Downside to this is that, there are sooo many people with shops at Zazzle that it's very hard to get noticed unless you market yourself full time. Also they don't print white on their light coloured shirts so that's a bit restricting.Redbubble on the other hand is a much younger company and as a result you can become prominent enough to make a few sales (since November I've sold ninety shirts). They do print white on their lighter shirts so this allows a few more options for designers. Also because they're smaller they have a great community atmosphere.
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