Emil Assarsson wrote:
> I have to say that I like B best. The ears are not that pointy and the
> lines are smoother.
> The mouth is good but the shape could be a little bit more rhythmic
> with the other lines. Maybe to wide?
> I like the wackiness of the uneven sized eyes that gives the
> impression of a happiness close to madness ;-)
> It's better than the staring eyes of C & D. The warmer orange brown is
> nicer than the grayish.
> 
> I think that the black or white text is best because it balance that
> big black nose more.
> 
> Great work!
> 
> --
> Emil
> 
> 
> On Sat, Oct 24, 2009 at 11:43 PM, Ismael Barros² <razielm...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Greetings,
>>
>> We are FreeWear.org, we print and sell t-shirts with FOSS designs
>> (Linux distros, desktops environments, etc) and donate to each
>> organization a percentage of each sold article. We usually sell via
>> website, but we can also be found in local FOSS-related events. We
>> also cover special orders, like commemorative t-shirts for events.
>>
>> We've been conducting a poll about which T-shirts our customers want,
>> and looks like GIMP is the most popular one (besides Ubuntu), so we'd
>> like to improve our catalog with some GIMP stuff.
>>
>> We've taken the liberty of making some simple designs based on Wilber:
>>
>> http://www.freewear.org/images/release_candidates/propuesta_gimp.png

&m2c;

A unfinished ; B a joke ; C grey looks OK on black with white outline. D 
similarly looks better with outline.

C,D mouth too big , too near to edge.

>>
>> There are some possibilities that look cool, and we would love to have
>> some feedback on which design (A, B, C or D) and tee color (white or
>> black) look best to you. Also, is the font okay? Is there any better
>> font available out there for a GIMP logo?
>>
>> We'd be happy to know what you think :)
>>
>>
>> About donations:
>> With other organizations like Gnome or KDE, we've agreed that they
>> link our website from theirs and we donate 3€ for each sold 14€
>> t-shirt. If you don't want to place a link, you'd still receive some
>> donation to thank you for letting us use your logo and name, but no
>> fixed amount.

Did I miss part of this discussion or is this what you regard as asking 
for permission to use the name and logo for some arbitrary unspecified 
sum? The wording suggests you will decide what you "donate".

Maybe this permission was sought elsewhere. My apologies if that's the case.

Not that you've spent a lot of time on the design but shouldn't this 
start with saying you have customers willing to pay $14 and how much 
would the project team accept for your profiting from their name and 
hard work?

I would think anyone paying $14 may imagine they are donating  the 
profit on the sale to the project.

It seems like the $3 is a sales donation for a direct link leading to a 
sale. Do you also make a donation if a Gimp referal leads to you selling 
a Ubuntu shirt ? How is all this followed.

I am not a member of the gimp team but I think you owe a bit more 
clarity and respect to those who's FREE work and brand prestige you wish 
to cash in on.

Maybe you would like to explain better how your accountability for 
attributing sales and donations works. To and outsider it seems a bit 
opaque.

I'm sure it's just your small scale , easy-going way but the good 
manners of going about things the right way never hurts.

Nice carousel you have for printing BTW. If all your shirts are 5 colour 
hand printed screen prints you should put that up front. It would help 
justify the price tag.

regards.




>>
>> You can find our website in http://www.freewear.org/
>>
>> Regards,
>> Ismael Barros
>> ____________________________________________

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