Wow, your range just continues to astound me, tgentry. From silly food shirts to depictions of decapitation, it's like there's nothing you can't do. This shirt strikes me as making an excellent use of negative space--I'd imagine it would be very light on ink for such a large print.
It's a shame that it's probably too dark/morbid for it to do well on woot. Your idea of reworking and submitting to DBH is a great one; I hope that works out.
Oh, and I've never heard the story of Judith and Holofernes, will have to google that. Honestly, when I saw the design, the first thing I thought of was the Hindu Goddess Kali, who cut off the heads of her (generally, male) enemies and wore them as a chain around her neck.
Her dress is amazing.