I was so lucky to have this designer submit the first preliminary entry to my contest. Throughout the design process, I watched as his initial sketches gradually evolved into an incredible work of art that matched the exact tone, painterly style, and details I was looking for. He was professional, incorporated my feedback without delay, and I hope to work with him again on future book cover illustrations.
- Leo Featherstone
How Nquarry started their t-shirt journey
Who are you known as?
Zombie Cage Fighter
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Selling t-shirts and building my brand off a screenplay I've written based on my life. I'd call it a biographical horror.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I'm looking for a design that combines the look of a cagefighter, handwraps, shorts, with Ryu from Streetfighter, oversized upperbody, overall look, with a zombie, done in the style of Neff, thick lines, overall Japanese anime feel. Just a single zombie cage fighter, standing, with handwraps on ready to fight. The Neff style of characters is very blocky and thick lined.
Target audience more of the skateboard scene and the fighters that are tired of the same ol same ol design of the skull with the crossbones. Check out http://www.zombiecagefighter.com to see what I've done so far although this is a very different artistic approach.