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Sorin Markov - MTG - T-Shirt Design

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Recently I made a birthday present for my husband: A T-shirt Design of "Magic the Gathering". He chosed a himself a motive (Sorin Markov - one of the planeswalker in MTG) and I realized it with white fabric colour.
It is all handpainted. It is no vinyl print. Have a look at the original size of the picture, so you can see it.

© Original character Sorin Markov by MTG
© T-Shirt Design by Keja Blank

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Image size
3333x1592px 3.37 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Windows)
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wright867Hobbyist Photographer
Whats magic the Gathering?
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KejaBlankProfessional General Artist
A very famous card game.
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wright867Hobbyist Photographer
Oh cool! My dad has one called rage.
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karinusechekHobbyist Digital Artist
wow!!! Love the details on it!!! Looks very cool!
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KejaBlankProfessional General Artist
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Philluppus General Artist
great designs indeed,
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EquestrianWorldHobbyist Digital Artist
oh wow, das sieht echt richtig richtig toll aus! vor allem richtig persönlich :heart:
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KejaBlankProfessional General Artist
Ja, die meisten meiner Sachen sind persönlich. Sonst wäre es ja schade, oder?
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EquestrianWorldHobbyist Digital Artist
Auf jeden Fall! 
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MKGuuHobbyist Traditional Artist
That's very impressive! Basically you put white on a black shirt? Is the color something special that resists washing up the shirt?
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KejaBlankProfessional General Artist
Yes, it is whit fabric colour on a black shirt, painted with a brush. The colour is resistant to 40° washing, when you fix it with ironing at first. I also made my Hatake Kakashi Shirt that way.
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