I LOVE the geometry of this pattern. The color scheme is a little odd, but it works!
I enjoy the color palette. I could see this pattern on snowboard jackets. The geometry relates to that I think.
I really like how you're mixing the greens with the blues in this- definitely gives off a wintery feel. I really like your snowflakes, and I like the geometric background thing as well, though I'm not quite sure I like them together? Especially on the light blueish/white chunks, it seems to eat the snowflakes.
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Those geometrical hills are sensational, and while the gradient is cool, it unfortunately includes many variations of yellow, which would put you over your 12 color limit. I don't think you needed to make your snowflakes so detailed; the differentiation in colors make them look kind of odd from far away. Solid white would work great, in my opinion.
Cool pattern. I like how the seasonal ora is still present even though the "traditional" colors are not being used so much. Nice job.
Cole, this is super cool. I love what you've done with the mountains and I'm really glad you decided to make it more planar - and move the points around, it looks awesome and your color choices are great. It looks really dimensional and creates an awesome optical illusion. I actually really like the one without the snowflakes on it! Mabye because it can hold it's own as a pattern and you can really appreciate the details of color- against color.Additionally, i think your linework snowflake on white is great by itself, too. I could see you using these for liners of some sweet outerwear - like insides of jackets, or whatever. It's really nice and totally works with your theme. I think you totally got what you were going for. There are a couple small lines that are showing up between your mountain planes? Are those suppsed to be there? It's almost like I can see through them to the white of the artboard? I think it would be worth going in there and bumping those around a little. I also think it could be cool to see what your white snowflake would look like on a couple other colored grounds - maybe the teal? I think that one could be great shown in alternate colorways under your mountain pattern. Really nice work. Super cool.