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Do most of you guys use tablets when working in Illustrator or do you just do it on your desktop?

2 Weeks ago in Visual Arts

Daily Snaps 2014

[Quote]What are you shooting with?

2 Weeks ago in Visual Arts

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]Are these just old clothes of yours?

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

HYPEBEAST Vulnerable to Heartbleed Exploit

So is this the reason that I have some random username that I never setup?

2 Weeks ago in Forum Support

Two different usernames on the same e-mail

My username that I created originally was casein_point. However, I was just posting in the design thread ( http://hypebeast.com/forums/design/217664 ) and somehow it posted as my first post with a username of caseinpoint. Any ideas? I was wondering why I wasn't getting notifications or anything like that for awhile. I'm not sure what is going on so if anyone could help me out that would be awesome.

2 Weeks ago in Forum Support

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]My question to your explanation would be this: How do these photos help you visualize the garment in it's natural setting with the exception of the fact that it's outside? You said "When the consumer see's that it helps them visualize the garments in a natural setting. Then if they want to purchase they can go to the store and see actual product shots either behind a white/black/green background showing different aspects of the garment totally focusing on it." While I agree that you do not need complete product shots in your lookbook that was not really my main point I was trying to get across. What I was trying to get across is that these photos (due to the model selection, pose, etc) were not strong enough to make me even want to go look at the product. This is why I mentioned the stuff about showing the product because at least maybe if I could see it I would want to check it out more, but keep in mind that I was just throwing that option out there because I didn't feel as though their model and setting did anything beneficial for their product. I agree that you don't need full product shots in a lookbook. I am a male and sex appeal sells to me to a certain extent but this shoot is not really 'sex appeal' nor is it making me want to go look at their product. It is a girl who is wearing a t-shirt and a long sleeve outside what looks to be a school. IMO that does absolutely nothing to try and get me to go check out their site/product. Is the product in a 'natural setting'? Yes, only because it's outside. Do these photos make you want to go check out anything that they've put out? No, not for me personally. That was merely my point, from the model, to the pose, to the 'natural setting' that they are in I don't feel as though it strengthens their product in anyway and if anything I think it takes away from it. Not trying to bash you TRWKS just trying to point out the reasons as to why this photos didn't hit the spot for me.

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]Honestly, the models kind of ruin it for me. I get the whole have a chick where your stuff to get some attention but I feel like that is effective 1 out of 100 times. IMO the models are not good looking enough (not bashing just trying to be honest). 2nd and 3rd pick don't really do anything justice, the 2nd pic your showing off the sleeve more than anything and the 3rd her hair is covering a bunch of it and also the design is creased/covered in hair in the same exact spot where the sleeve covers the shirt in the 2nd pic. 4th pic you can't really even see anything about the clothing. I've never personally bought a piece just because I saw a chick wearing it and don't intend too. That is unless, it is executed well enough to make me interested in the piece.  The whole premise of a chick modeling your stuff should be to provoke the consumer to want to go look at that shirt and others of yours and IMO these photos don't even remotely hit the mark. My first thought was mediocre, but clean designs and sub-par execution of photos and model selection.

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]*seen

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Official Instagram Thread

@casein_point , first 10 to follow get free wi-fives

2 Weeks ago in Photography

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]That logo looks kind of jacked up/not aligned.

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]Do you guys actually wear this style stuff on a consistent basis? Never really understood the shorts with long john looking things underneath it. Every piece that you have looks like the same piece. Graphic on the front and on the sleeves. They look more like a soccer or racing team piece than something that I would actually want to wear IMO.

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]Done. Glad to see you guys consistently pushing forward. Hopefully I win this and will be the only one in Maine with your stuff haha

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote] I only know what this says because of your other pieces that have the name on it. While I commend the fact that you tried to make it different then just name in some plain text it just doesn't work well. It kind of looks like some stuff a baby would draw on the walls when they get their hands on some crayons.

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]That's a Supreme shirt.

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

[Quote]I'm not a hater. I'm raising a point that I find to be interesting about the people who are on Hypebeast and making observations. I don't have a brand so I don't care what he does with his and I wish him the best of luck like I said before.

2 Weeks ago in Fashion
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