martirs


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Re: Meme Machine



Thank you Al Gore

SubBass49


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Ezshrkman wrote:i like it! Perfect for living in Florida! +1



Haha...didn't even think about the fact that it'd be a regional hit!

"Gulf Coast shirt sales increased 14.3% today on news that a hurricane themed design was released by shirt.woot"

LOL

SubBass49


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mjc613 wrote:Thanks for the link! I am still not convinced, but it does give you food for thought.



Haha...no problem. I don't fully subscribe to the theory myself, but it's fun to think about.

I just really wanted to do a shirt for this derby without making a cheesy cut-away. Not that I'm dissing the rest of the entires - there are some really dope shirt designs - just that I didn't want to draw something that was so similar to everything else.

TheWaffleKing


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Re: how ice cream works.



I think this is grotesquely awesome! The design is clean and dynamic, very good work. Looking forward to more submissions from you!

NightDragon


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Re: Physical attraction



I logged in just to vote this shirt. I havent logged into woot for over a year.

Bravo.

ste7enl


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paigeg wrote:Glad to see this still fogging. For my money, the most on-topic entry in the top nine. You do deserve a print with this one.



thanks so much!

SubBass49


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Re: how ice cream works.



Where the off-center placement may turn off some people, for me it's a plus! This design is insane (in a good way) and the placement only adds to my appreciation.

ncheremnykh


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Jedigreedo wrote:Lovely work on the birds, and very nice work on the mechanisms. Even though they should really clash, they look great together!



Thanks again. I just wish I had finished the design a little earlier. It seems like submitting late Sunday was a little too late.

bigfoot1107


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[quote postid="3912205" user="rogerrogerroger"]ice cream maintains its delicious flavor by means of a complex cardiovascular system.

Sorry, I just don't grasp how a complex cardiovascular system maintains the flavor of ice cream. I see you've put the two together in an illustration, but the interaction between its cool and unctuous exterior and its entrails doesn't make sense. Is the ice cream input or output? As I consume the exterior do I shrink the interior?
Isn't it more likely that ice cream maintains its delicious flavor because of little buds of buttercream, picked by elvish folk and stuffed into a hopper that feeds a hydraulic cannon that spews that delicious coating onto a scoop-shaped armature?
I mean, that's what's behind my ice cream.

jjhatch


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niccamarie wrote:MadDuck is right. If you want to see a higher-quality image, you can here: http://imgur.com/hiNlw. I can assure you it was not made in paint



Ahh... I see now. It wasn't very clear in the smaller images that the strokes were supposed to look like chalk.

rogerrogerroger


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bigfoot1107 wrote:[quote postid="3912205" user="rogerrogerroger"]ice cream maintains its delicious flavor by means of a complex cardiovascular system.

Sorry, I just don't grasp how a complex cardiovascular system maintains the flavor of ice cream. I see you've put the two together in an illustration, but the interaction between its cool and unctuous exterior and its entrails doesn't make sense. Is the ice cream input or output? As I consume the exterior do I shrink the interior?
Isn't it more likely that ice cream maintains its delicious flavor because of little buds of buttercream, picked by elvish folk and stuffed into a hopper that feeds a hydraulic cannon that spews that delicious coating onto a scoop-shaped armature?
I mean, that's what's behind my ice cream.



no no...i think you miss the point. its a DOUBLE scoop.

mikenytola


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akd85 wrote:Imagine that. No rule this week for no bunnies... so we get 18. sigh.


So what? How many of those 18 are in the fog or close to the fog? Why are people complaining so much about the no no bunny rule when there is only one that is even close to the fog? If you don't like them, don't look at them and don't vote for them. It's a very simple concept.

As for this shirt, I don't think it's on topic personally. This shows how the bunnies are made not how they work and therefore it should be rejected. But we know how that goes. The whole blue thing doesn't look very good, especially when the shirt is blue. Halftones and stressing were not needed also.

Rainseyes


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bartenderqt wrote:Please do. I'm voting for it here, but I want it. it must be sold somewhere. I also thought it was clear as glass. Granted, I was once Columbia in a floor show that played every Saturday night back in the day!



will do thanks!!

ncheremnykh


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Re: How Are Rainbows Made.



Really funny design, TYH - I would love to see someone purchase this shirt for their kid and send him off to school in it!

Birdsong


capedcrusader514


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In what I find to be an extremely weak derby this is pretty awesome. I dont't think the gray you used accurately depicts that actual shirt color (i'm sure that is a super annoying comment as it would bother me but i really don't think that is the shirt color)

mikenytola


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whovian42 wrote::D

deary me...watch some doctor who....
a great show really...which is why i kinda love this shirt- very funny...

its a Dalek, one of the recuring enimies of the doctor


Ah... thank you. I've never watched the modern Doctor Who. Only watched the old one when I was a kid but don't really remember much of it.

owlishness


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Re: Got Honey?



Yeah, I figured you meant "hunny." I agree that the pattern in the background is a bit weird if you intended it to be honeycomb. Otherwise I think it's great! Maybe resub with the typo fixed and a background with actual honeycomb pattern?

ste7enl


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martirs wrote:Thank you Al Gore



Al Gore thanks you.

Sergio37


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Re: What Makes the World Turn?



nice composition :D

GeorgiaPeachiePie


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aml135 wrote:My thoughts exactly. Unwearable unfortunately.



I thought it was a uterus too.

I love a good WOOT!

BSquared6


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madduck84 wrote:I still mix that up sometimes, but thats the only one i occasionally have trouble with.



not to be "that guy," but i do believe you mean "that's"

Azurett


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Re: Stephenie the Vampire Slayer



Haha, very clever. I hate Twilight. Nice shirt, but sorry, I'm just voting for "How are books made?".

aradicallynewnerd


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So very metal - completely irresistible.

\m/

JadenKale


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Re: Birdsong



Someway or another, this should definitely print!

theLordsarmy


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paigeg wrote:Still not sure this is really on-topic as to how something works...



The moon works by being plugged into the sun.

BootsBoots


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owlishness wrote:Is this a reference to the flying sheep Monty Python sketch or is that just a coincidence?



Just a coincidence.


CrispyTangelo


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ncheremnykh wrote:I debated removing the microphone but in the end, I thought it made for a more complete concept. I really appreciate all the feedback - it was a lot of fun coming up with a design and forcing myself to use Illustrator.



lol. feedback.

owlishness


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rogerrogerroger wrote:no no...i think you miss the point. its a DOUBLE scoop.



lol I like your style, but I wouldn't buy the shirt because I don't like the idea. For a strange idea, it was very well executed though.

shantyshawn


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Re: Chimerical Cook



Ha, ha...This is killer! GMV!

Re: Wine in a Box


zzyzxddyzx


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Re: How Are Rainbows Made.



This could also be how Lucky Charms are made, har.

Wildabeast41


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Re: Stephenie the Vampire Slayer




JEEZE, that's just funny as hell... You just woke up my roommate... THANKS.

McClam


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Not only is it brilliant but the color scheme is dynamic and beautiful in a haunting way. If this goes on sale I may buy two just so I can make sure I can wear it for a long time to come.

parrotworks


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Re: how quantum physics works



Especially for double slit fans.

jacobmcnally


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Re: how quantum physics works



I'm uncertain about this one.

1stladyofkrypton


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Re: How Are Books Made?



I love this shirt. It HAS to print. O_o

And is it just me or does it remind anyone else of the tree in that old kids book 'Caps For Sale'?

splintergrain


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Re: The Speak and Spell



Love it, I was just talking about hus voice vs. See and Say this weekend, how I wish I was wearing this shirt!

splintergrain


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splintergrain wrote:Love it, I was just talking about hus voice vs. See and Say this weekend, how I wish I was wearing this shirt!



I meant "Speak and Spell"

Lagbert


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Stargaziey, paigeg, and eye4spot,

Thanks for the encouragement and nice comments.

I almost made a 3rd frequency tube, but I was concerned I wouldn't leave myself enough space for the text.

Thanks again!


maskedmallard537


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Re: Epic Failure



All hail the geekness factor! That is one vindictive little dragon. Then again, if people kept rolling me around, I'd want revenge too. (Anyone notice most of my votes have been going to dragons?)

maskedmallard537


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I don't know if it's just my computer, but I've got no shirt image here. Only the thumbnail next to the huge empty space with the little red x.