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Pen and ink illustration of a chameleon. Originally created as part of Chameleon’s Lunch – an illustration of mine that appeared a few years ago in a little ’zine called Lunatic Chameleon.
Copyright Celia Coulter 2007
chameleon, ink, lizard, pen, reptile, scales, white, sticker, chameleons, black and white
Art and creative experimentation are my outlets after a long day at the office. Because of my love of trying different mediums you will find a variety of work in my portfolio.
love this design … so much so i bought your shirt! can’t wait to get it in the mail … thanks : )
wow thankyou so much Hayley!
Congrats on the sale. It’s a great design.
thanks very much whirligig
I got my t-shirt in the mail, great fit and the quality of the tee is excelent … I’ll have to post it into buyers booth when i get my ass into gear!
Oh yeah ! .. and I posted a super crap photo of me in it on my page … note quality of photo very bad as flatmate took it at night on the fly … and yes my dog is the devil incarnate … a devilish kelpie dog!
glad you like the tshirt! And your dog isn’t devilish just sort of spooky in a kelpyish way!!
How did your shirt turn out? Any chance of a pic of you or your hubby wearing it?Are the shirts good quality? Is the print good quality? Just wondering. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want. thanks. I’m happy you guys like d it.
I like the fact that your portfolio is varied in style and media.
I was thinking that the lizard image looks like it was cut in half so you could have it big on a t-shirt. Maybe you could have it emerging from a hole or log at that cut off point to make it more whole. Just thinking out loud, I think it fine as it is also. It could be emerging from the person wearing the t-shirt after all…haha.
Thanks Davoid, I like to try different things . . . and maybe I have a short attention span or something?!
Yes I probably could try something like that. In one incarnation of this design the lizard appears to be eating a fairy – called “Chameleon’s Lunch” which appeared in a zine a few years back. Didn’t know too much about resolution in those days so a bit too low quality for red bubble.
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