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Re: Tacos de Chivo
Nice work, dudes! I love the sign.
Oragutan Mating Guide this is quite possibly the cutest/most otterific thing I have ever seen. GMV! Nice job!
Re: Please Stop Releasing the Kraken
(bad = good)
Re: Moonlight Solitude
Your style reminds me a lot of Mike Mignola.
wugsby wrote:Eesh, even as someone who has at best a vague understanding of how Latin works that text still makes me cringe. "Bigus Footicum" would bother me to no end since there ARE easy-to-find Latin words for both. It's that same kind of annoyance that stems from people adding an "o" to a word to make it sound Spanish.
"I've a good fwiend back in Wome named 'Biggus Dictus'...".
Re: The Mother of all Sightings
This is fantastic, love it! +1
Re: oh shiny
I know "shiny" was used heavily by Jane from Firefly
I disagree with the others, I like it just the way it is. The colors are perfect.
Why is godzilla riding a goat?
truffleshuffle wrote:I tried to make a heart...
The heart isn't working.
The rest is pure otterific, though, so who cares?
I actually think the halftoning works out really well - the overall composition might seem too flat without it. GMV!
Re: I Told You It Was Real!
I have to agree it's pretty stark. Maybe switch to grays instead of white? I dunno.
Re: Oooh... Ow.
Funny, but not something I could vote for.
Hmmm. This is interesting - great sketch. But the color scheme is throwing it off for me. The color contrast is just garish to my eye.
Re: Kelpie Love
This is beautiful, in that unique, truffle kinda way. Love!
Re: pink Elephants
Since you can't see pink elephants with apple juice, I'm thinking it might not fly for that, and because of being OT. It's too bad though, because this is cute! I know you said you didn't spend as much time on it as you'd like. Well, finish it up and re-sub as a daily, or elsewhere! This is print-worthy.
Re: Snow Day
This is so pretty - love the colors - that I hate to criticise. But I don't know that it would be apparent to anyone seeing this shirt that the character was a Yeti.
This is pretty damned nice. The hard frame around it detracts, though. it would do a lot better with the scene fading into the shirt, somehow.
So, where do bigfoots (feet?) keep their beer?
The dark palette on this is just magnificent. This really, really rocks!
Agreed. Fun cartoon, but not a shirt. And, it's not on a shirt template, so the rejectionator is likely going to visit.
otterific, dunno if you're into mexican folklore, but there's something called a "lechusa" which is a friggin huge white owl signifying death. If I saw this owl, i'd prolly make run for it!
No offense to the artist - this is well-rendered. But it's pretty generic, both in style and topic. No doubt this will survive the rejectionator and print, because the artists intends a giant squid.
Maybe I'm just cranky because this is typical of the kind of pop-art stuff I grew up with as a kid, and didn't care for even then.
paigeg wrote:Agreed. Fun cartoon, but not a shirt. And, it's not on a shirt template, so the rejectionator is likely going to visit.
I do believe that there is no required template use, and that the only true requirement is that it show the image's placement on the shirt. I figured that charmingly horrible sketch of a shirt at the bottom would be good enough, but I'll obviously change it if need be. Thank you both for the comments! Sorry I couldn't please your pallets. Ah well, maybe next time.
okiedukie wrote:I believe Mr. Alamazan had this idea too:
It's hardly a patented idea. It's been done and done. But fortunately, both of these renderings are really well-executed. And - all props to Wences - stardamsel's really has that great dichotomy between realistically scary, and cute.
frankentoast wrote:I do believe that there is no required template use, and that the only true requirement is that it show the image's placement on the shirt. I figured that charmingly horrible sketch of a shirt at the bottom would be good enough, but I'll obviously change it if need be. Thank you both for the comments! Sorry I couldn't please your pallets. Ah well, maybe next time.
Re: Goat Sucker
Nooooo! Get your butt back in the fog!!!!!!!!!
specsmachine wrote:Your style reminds me a lot of Mike Mignola.
thanks for the compliment, because I really love Mignolia's work on Hellboy!
paigeg wrote:This is pretty damned nice. The hard frame around it detracts, though. it would do a lot better with the scene fading into the shirt, somehow.
So, where do bigfoots (feet?) keep their beer?
Yeah I stuggled with framing or fading and decided on framing. As to where he keeps his beer, in the coolers of campers he steals them from. He dang drank all our beer!
paigeg wrote:This is so pretty - love the colors - that I hate to criticise. But I don't know that it would be apparent to anyone seeing this shirt that the character was a Yeti.
Think of it as a conversation starter:
"Wow! I really love your shirt. What is that adorable creature on it?"
"It's a yeti!"
"Cool! I love yetis and I love your shirt."
Glad you like the colors. I was pretty pleased with the way it turned out. :D
Great design. I really hope this prints. I'm in for one if it does.
This is so well done. I must learn how to do fire. Most impressive.
This shirt is amazing! Love the colors...you guys are so talented.
Re: Defenders of Humanity
otterific design! GMV!
The Submission Page includes design guidelines on the left-hand side, including links to the official shirt template. (Links are not reproduced here because you can get them on the submission page.)
* Maximum 16" x 20" design dimensions
* Use our official shirt templates as a guide:
o PDF (0.2 MB)
o Adobe Illustrator (0.2 MB)
o Adobe Illustrator (with heather gray textures, zipped) (8.7 MB)
o Adobe Photoshop (27.0 MB), zipped (1.6 MB)
o Heather gray texture (PNG, 2.2 MB)
Shirts have certainly been rejected for not using the official template in the past. That's at Woot's discretion. Mind you, I'm not sure the shirt is worth a resubmission for this derby because I'm not sure Tinkerbell qualifies as a cryptid. If it does get rejected as off-topic, it may fit better in a later derby. You never know.
more people need to vote for this
zombiemilkshake wrote:I've been wanting to draw this cute little water-sprite for a while now and this seemed like the perfect event for him! I hope you like him!
how do i vote for this im sooo confused!
Re: The Reflection
Beautiful! I love the subtle use of colors.
norritt wrote:how do i vote for this im sooo confused!
First, you need to have made a Woot purchase - from any of the Woot sites. Until you do, you wont' see the voting buttons.
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