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TAYLORT5


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KenSPT wrote:Really?

Pop and Lock is a dance, the words also represent soda and a mechanical device used to secure possessions. Thus, those inanimate objects are doing their namesake dance.

People find it entertaining when inanimate objects dance, that's how Paula Abdul built her career.


O*MG thats funny...


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jimiyo


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Re: Burnin' Blubber!



HA! thats pretty cool trippreagan. very nice movement. WOOOORD!

artulo


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Re: paper motions



Hi - changed the shirt color but everything else I attempted to do just mucked up the design. Sometimes things are well enough as they are. Enjoy please!

carina83


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Re: Go Turtle Go! (resub)



took all the transparency out and now it is all just regular brush strokes. I think i actually like it better now...hopefully you do too!!!



Andy47240


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Re: Low Motion



That is some serious detail. The thumb does not do it justice.
-Andy



ScrambledCake


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Andy47240 wrote:Trust me, this bothers me as well. I just can't bring myself to pull the trigger yet.
-Andy



It might be worth it just for the ability to vote.

jbedwar1


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Re: Super Turtle



By the way .... to those of you that knew i was about to become a dad.... we are set to induce on Wednesday. Pretty soon i'll be seeing way more motion than i bargained for. Wish me luck by voting on my shirt (heheh you saw that coming didnt you)

rancidkangaroo


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Re: Big Wave



id say move the design up the shirt a tad. otherwise great. not enough surfer representation on woot.

wizard7926


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Regardless of tucking, AA shirts tend to run long and it would get lost in the crinkles at the bottom of the shirt. I'd advise a squarish design area with the helicoflopter coming from the left top to bottom right of the the "square", to make sure it stays in-bounds, so to speak!

haxrox


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Jewdave wrote:Some do Brownian Motion... I couldn't figure out how...



That's funny - I was trying to figure out a way to do that too. Maybe you could have a zoom-in window on the shirt showing particles and little "jiggle" lines around them.

SkekTek


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Re: Wear this shirt: to annoy your friends!



Personally, I think the gradient should be allowed. It's essentially the color of the shirt, so it's a nice way to show off the design while still allowing you to see the comp behind it.

I think it rocks too, so I'm biased

artulo


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jbedwar1 wrote:By the way .... to those of you that knew i was about to become a dad.... we are set to induce on Wednesday. Pretty soon i'll be seeing way more motion than i bargained for. Wish me luck by voting on my shirt (heheh you saw that coming didnt you)



Good luck (on both fronts)! I have two of my own and goodness knows luck is a good thing to have.

Oh, and love the flying turtle!

CAMMS


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Re: RGB



Looks like clothes in a dryer, to me.

dekonstruct


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Re: Water Wheel



woah this is really nicely rendered. Almost calming.

ansharp


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Re: Bunny Hop



Cute! I like that it's big and off-center.

dekonstruct


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Re: Bullet time!



The detail image looks like the candy corns might be engaged in some naughty acts.

eHalcyon


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Re: Perpetual Emotion



I really like how the ones on the end seem so happy - and just a bit, um, dazed.

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jimiyo


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KenSPT wrote:People find it entertaining when inanimate objects dance, that's how Paula Abdul built her career.



ZING!

jbedwar1


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artulo wrote:Good luck (on both fronts)! I have two of my own and goodness knows luck is a good thing to have.

Oh, and love the flying turtle!



Thanks... I wanted to give him a cape...but was affraid it would make less obvious that it was a turtle

jpolson


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Re: Burnin' Blubber!



I am so effing tired of penguins. Not a bad idea though.

dekonstruct


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Re: Marching by.



Nice! I knew this was an edgar the second I saw it. GMV

eHalcyon


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Re: The Occasional Stretch



Lincoln can't lose, can he?

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Bryan818 wrote:i made it thicker then the other two... but the way the voting is goin i doubt i have to worry about that



Why do people always shoot the messenger? 99.999% of the time it is NOT your monitors fault!

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kylemittskus


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Re: Mass Extinction



Yes!!! Second chance!!!

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

eHalcyon


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Re: Super Turtle



Hilarious.

At 2am last night, as I was heading to bed, I was struck by the desire to create a turtle shirt as well. I think I'm going to try it... don't worry though, it's nothing like this. =P

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Re: GET OUT OF THE WAY!!!



When the metoer is a'comin, you best move out da way with haste. It's da end of da world, an' all you can do is run! RUN AWAY!

eHalcyon


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dekonstruct wrote:Nice! I knew this was an edgar the second I saw it. GMV



I haven't been on woot for a month yet and even I could tell. XP

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trippregan


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jpolson wrote:I am so effing tired of penguins. Not a bad idea though.



Hahahaha! That's funny, because I was too! But after losing to penguin, after, monster, after turtle, after [insert animonster here], I figured I'd do a little pandering to the masses!

Plus, I did the trails first because I couldn't decide on the "trailblazer", then I just settled on making this guy. As far as penguins go, though, I like him the bestest!

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izzzy12k


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This is my 1st derby entry... I hope did this right...

eHalcyon


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KenSPT wrote:Do young people actually tuck shirts in? I'm 25 and haven't tucked a shirt in since the 4th grade ... :-)



I'm turning 20 in September. I don't tuck T-shirts in, though I do with dress shirts.

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lilwerewolfgirl


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Re: FIRE!



One squirrels plot for world domination seems to have gotten another into a strange position! fear them as they toss nuts at unsuspecting victims, one even crashed into the shirt! D=

lilwerewolfgirl


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Re: FIRE!



Oh and, yes that is a fork XD

eHalcyon


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hmmxkrazee wrote:Thanks! I hope they don't mind white as well. The other one was done with all black silhouettes so I couldn't do any speed lines. I think it looks better without it on the green shirt. It gives it a more simplistic military-style look. I dono. :D



You could achieve the same effect starting with black and then, instead of fading to grey as on this shirt, fading to a lighter green.

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eHalcyon


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rabbitjr wrote:I know, NO TEXT rule - but it soooo helps the shirt! i love the composite with the text alongside the vacuum.



There isn't any text. Those are just measurement ticks.

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snarkygal


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Re: Newton's Horror



I love the facial expressions on the little guys hehehe

thefullmonty


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Thanks guys!

eHalcyon


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snarkygal wrote:I love the facial expressions on the little guys hehehe



I prefer the expressions on sokowa's, though I think this looks more like the real thing -the strings on the other one are really short.

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eHalcyon


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Re: FLAMING ORIOLE CAN MOOOOVE



I sort of wish it was a peregrine falcon. =P

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SailorButterfly wrote:Kitty! *votes*



snortz!, that was my exact response.


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eHalcyon


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Re: Bubbles



Looks like gradients or transparency. Can't do that, I'm afraid.

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