Description:Hello, the shampoo bottle we are designing will have silicone strips on the sides of the bottle for a better grip.
The strips will have a texture on them, so the contest is to create the most stylish/sexy/cool looking texture for side strips.
At the moment the texture is as on the file provided, please use the strips in the file to draw on.
The most interesting and good looking design will win.
The shampoo bottle will be sexy, slick and stylish.
Wants:The best design will win. It must look good.
#17 Slicone side strips texture design by SaketCad
#9 Silicone side strip texture design by SaketCad
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