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Gooseberry-Strawberry-Currant by SimplyLemie Gooseberry-Strawberry-Currant by SimplyLemie
New designs, or just a update and a new flavor. What do you think, people?

Gooseberry got a brand new colour... again >___< I can't get a good green that works with white... I'll try more with that tomorrow or I'll start cry of pure frustration!

Black Currant is new, I'm not all that sure about the colour there, but... opinions is wanted!
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SirStabbity Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Student General Artist
I like how the bubbles aren't all the same color. As for a "good" englishword for it, I suppose you could think of it as sparkling juice....:D
SimplyLemie Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
:) Well, I liked them when the bubbles wasn't in different colours, then I tried it out, and it was much better. My mum hate it, though, she thinks it's a bit too much :XD:

Well, maybe... I've just haven't heard that word until this morning :O
DeadlyDarlingDarkest Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2010
One of the comments prior mentioned something about 'fizzy juice' so . . . I'm assuming this picture is about fizzy juice? O_o That, and there are bottles and bubbles in the picture . . .

In America, they do not have fizzy juice. At least, not where I live. D:

I find the colors attractive. Yeah, it reminds me of fruit . . . which . . . was the point, wasn't it? D:

. . . What do the words mean in English? .__.
SimplyLemie Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
I don't know what Fizzy Juice means... it's labels for soft drinks (I swear to god there isn't a good English word for it...) Like... Fanata and Coca Cola and such. I've made them for that Design-university I'm hopefully going to next year.

Aww, yeah, that's a good thing :) I love the starwberry one, the gooseberry is horrible, either the grean gets to dark or it won't work with white...

Swedish/English dictionary:
  • Krusbär - Gooseberry
    • Jordgubbe - Strawberry
      • Svart Vinbär -Black Currant
        • Ekologisk och kolsyrad fruktdryck - Ecological and fizzy fruit soda
          • Från Småländsk Fruktdryck Bryggeri - From Småländsk Fruktdryck brewery.

            Småländsk Fruktdryck is an imaginary name for the "company" that this was supposed to be to. Småland, as in Småländsk, is the "province" I live in. Though we don't actually call in province in Sweden :XD:

            Hope that made ANY sence ;)
DeadlyDarlingDarkest Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010
Jordgubbe! Jordgubbe! I like those! How is it pronounced in Swedish . . . ?

Thank you for the translation. It makes sense, don't worry . . . O_o
SimplyLemie Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010
Don't ask me such hard questions, woman! :O

I'll have to think about that (not how it's pronouced, how to explain it :XD:)
DeadlyDarlingDarkest Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010

. . . I'm waiting. Think fast?
SimplyLemie Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010
It's said here, so you can here it.
Right by
"Ramlösa med en smak av _jordgubbe_ och lime" ;)
DeadlyDarlingDarkest Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2010
Thank you. I had to go through that a couple of times, 'cause . . . when you're not used to hearing a language, it sounds like they talk really fast. XD
SimplyLemie Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2010
They did talk rather fast, didn't they? I think they did, becuase I thought "Oh, wait, she might miss it since it's in a middle of all other Swedish words" but it wasn't really that much words, so I hope you heard it :XD:

Next lesson; understand all this:
[link] :XD: I challange you :XD:
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