elchangoblanco


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chumpmagic wrote:Eh, good point. Stuff does dissolve and whatnot, and who knows what's in those thingymabobs (I apologize for using such sophisticated lingo).

Since it is art though, it still bugs me not to see it, but its a minor... really doesn't matter since it looks great as is. Just was something that seemed too appropriate to pass up... but that just my take and not yours.



Ironically, you're correct that if printed, the paint used to create little Test Tube would not require red. It would have been funny if the colors of the parents were reversed, cause then we'd all know...the beaker wasn't the father. Mmmwhahaha!

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Darquis wrote:I think resubs are actually allowed, but I am really not invested enough to research the issue



I don't think they are but that still doesn't answer why Ramy would lie about making changes to the shirt.

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SeedUvPain wrote:I googled "Science Myths" and everywhere i turned the 5-second rule popped up...or 10-seconds depending on how hungry you are and the deliciousness of the dropped food item. This is an observation of the secret lives of bacteria as they exist on our floors. As it turns out, they abide by the same arbitrary scientific rules that we do.

Thanks to everyone in the forum for the pre-derby response (especially OdysseyRoc and Wootvan). Cheers



Thought that only counted for calories. ;)

GMV, regardless.

fishbiscuit5


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kc6201 wrote:You are missing some steps at the end, and I tend to think that your #3-5 are all the same step (or at least that they occur simultaneously) but at least you're actually following the theme.



Yes, there are more steps, but this is the core procedure as taught to the 7th grade students in my school. I collaborated with a science teacher to focus on the main steps and simplify the process so it would make a wearable shirt. I hope you like the design anyway.


SnowQueenVT


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keelhaulkate wrote:very otterific



(RE Dr.Badger made a potion)
Thank you Kate, you are such a sweetheart!
I really like your frankenstein and your robot, (Both shown below)I expected a lot more Robots this time, I am glad you did some!

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SnowQueenVT


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edkat873 wrote:I super love this. It's like a
combination of 80s cartoon and children's storybook style. Cute but in a funky way. Very imaginative. And muted colors -- GOOD CHOICE -- this is definitely a major point of sale for me. I want it!!



Thank you Edkat, you made me feel better about this design. I always want to do something with a little magesty to it, but this theme (Science plus me equals brick wall) combined with some downer comments from my someone in my family who said I am wasting my time here and should spend one hour a week max (Ha) on my designs, left me feeling really confused.

Thank you for seeing something here, now I can see that 80's thing and I feel alot better , you really made my day. (I love art and I love Woot, and I love you too, Edkat!)

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SnowQueenVT


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JesseBYAH wrote:Fantastic! And Nicely done with the animals... I think your animal shirts will do well I'm really hoping that your sabertooth shirt will get an HM!

Also... I think you could totally re-work the colors to make a night version as well- I love this one, but I'm wondering if it would look cool in nighttime colors too! Just an idea :P

P.S. FANTASTIC THUBNAIL! :D



Hi Jesse. Thank you as always for your wonderful and insightful input. You are the queen of spotting a good thumbnail, in this case I immediately felt that the thumbnail promised more than the design delivered, so I knew that this was going no where.

I tried dressing this up in nighttime colors when I began coloring it, and maybe that would have helped, but the whole thing is very silly, my husband said, after looking at it, might as well go all unicorns and rainbows with the colors, so I did, which was fun cuz I do love me some pink and purple.

See you in next week land.

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SnowQueenVT


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odysseyroc wrote:Great job, I really like the color choices. You can be the first member of my "artist who deserve more love at woot" gang.



Rocky, you really deserve a print.

There will be a lot of exceptional artists in the club. I like some of the people who win alot, can they be in too? Can we have a secret handshake? Aw shoot, lets just call the club shirt.woot and meet once a week on Fridays!

THIS(below) should be the print, please EC! Will BUY!

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SnowQueenVT


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ressamac wrote:Hope this one soars as I love it and need it.



Thank you Ressa, I really appreciate that, you are such a sweetheart!

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Re: Quadratic Formula



I thought the placement is fine. I think this is a great idea.

SnowQueenVT


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sTyLeS wrote:I second the motion.
I can't understand how this talent gets overlooked.



You are a sweetheart sTyLeS!

When I started here I had this thing in my head, old saying "The cream rises to the top." So when I look at the fog, I am seeing the cream of the crop so to speak.

Helps me to try harder, and I do admire the artists who have found their rhythm here, I just like everyone basically.

I am really loving this basketball entry. the baseball(shown below) is going to go one way, but that b-ball is going to BOUNCE! SCIENCE!

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jstjred


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Darquis wrote:Hahahaha I like it. And I can make a tenuous connection to scientific method...but I think woot might (if they're being strict) hit you for the "countdown" because it isn't a formula and therefore not allowable text. How you'd redo without it, I have NO clue, just throwing it out there.



You don't really need the numbers...it just helps process the image faster which means that it might be more likely to get the vote.

When I saw it in the pre-derby thread I didn't even see the numbers at first, and I laughed pretty hard, but it took me maybe 2 seconds to "get it". It might hurt to not have numbers...but in the off chance that it does get rejected for the ellipses submit it without numbers.

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lucky1988 wrote:One of my favorites of yours. Really great characters and colors!



Thank you Lucky, I sort of wanted to explore more than one design this week, this one and another in another direction, but just felt sort of deflated this week...science not my fave.

Your images are so awesomely consistent, in that they are always funny and perfectly drawn with complete confidence and skill.

I respect that YOU respect your artwork (shown below)and I totally respect it too!!!!!
You are just amazing.I think you are famous!!!

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paigeg


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Re: WE ARE GOING TO FIGURE THIS OUT!!1



Nicely done! And interesting - I'm not sure how many folks are aware of a dog's visual limitations. Cool idea.

paigeg


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kuhan wrote:I'd want one when you resubmit in a more appropriate derby :D



Or submit to dailies.

paigeg


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sgreenip wrote:Rejected . . . hmmph. Well, in my defense, the girl who asked me to draw something cute and said she liked it will be 4 years old in October.



Awwww... You could sub to dailies...

SnowQueenVT


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paigeg wrote:Queeny, you rock - this is sweet!



Paige , YOU are the rockstar!!!!

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paigeg


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Re: Experimentation and Observation



I think the perspective is off a bit, but I love the idea. Of course, with amoebeas (amoebii?), maybe perspective doesn't matter.

SnowQueenVT


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megsck wrote:is this a disney drug deal goin down? this is why you never except strange bottles of potion from adorable pastel colored animals. great job on the color, and you linework is fantastic! =)



Meg, your comment totally made me laugh. Yes, this must be whats going on, those poor animals are going to have fruit colored brains forever, especially that beaver!

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luptor


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Re: There’s no Chemistry



Whoa, settle down Aroma-Wan, just cause she turned you down doesn't mean you can strike her down with your flower laden lightsaber.

graffd02


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rjohnson313 wrote:You could make the argument that it's science, but I don't see how you can justify it as scientific method.



Scientific method refers to a body of techniques for investigating phenomena, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous knowledge. To be termed scientific, a method of inquiry must be based on gathering observable, empirical and measurable evidence subject to specific principles of reasoning. A scientific method consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses.

(thanks Wikipedia!)

In everyday speech what I'm trying to say is is...

This shirt is about Forming a Hypothesis: "I can totally kill a dragon in ONE hit Booya!" gathering data through rolling dice and collecting that data. Then testing that hypothesis - "One hit kill - Snoochie Bootchies!"

That good enough of a case?

SnowQueenVT


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walmazan wrote:love the style! and I like this colors



Thank you KIng W!

Re: There’s no Chemistry



Your play on words here (above) is wonderful!

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jeanerz13


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Shruikan wrote:The idea is great! But could be a little more artistic.



Yeah. I wish I could draw.

SnowQueenVT


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Re: You got your chocolate in my peanut butter



Yummmmmm!

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Re: There's an app for that



So thats the scientific method! Makes sense.Lotta work. Lets grow up to be artists instead!

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fishbiscuit5 wrote:Adorable characters, SnowQueen!



Thank you Fishy-B!

You have been busy this week (See Below)
Love the classic chocolate shirt and learned something from the other, sweet & scientific!

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Siax wrote:WHAT DOES IT MEAN!!!!!



Oh my god it's full on!

SnowQueenVT


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Spiritgreen wrote:D'awww! So sweet. I think you've been taking the sugar tablets this week, SQ. ^______^

Got my vote.



Thank you Spirit, yes, I took the sugary tablets. Usually chase them with lots of coffee. Trying to cut down and look what happens!

Thanks for making me laugh!

Re: The Impatient Aviator



Your shirt this week (Shown above) is a clean, with lots of sheen, dynamic, caterpillartastic, scientif-tastic flying machine! Good good luck,it's beautifully done !

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BaldBob007 wrote:Some people say that tests have shown it actually takes closer to 30 seconds before bacteria (or whatever) get to dropped food. My response is always something like, "What if it falls in a puddle of urine?" I don't know why someone would be eating anything over a puddle of urine, but that's beside the point. The point is, after all that, I follow the 5 second rule. The execution here is amazing!



Urine is actually sterile and bacteria-free. ;)

SnowQueenVT


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Re: Shark Theory



Jeanerz, I love shark shirts! (Probably because I am so terrified of them, that they fascinate me!) Thank you for posting in your comments the theory behind your chart. Science is not my thing , I think I doodled my way through seventh and eighth grade , can't remember 9th and 10th so must have REALLY zoned out, then they gave up and let me take art all afternoon everyday for the last 2 years and that was sooooo much better!

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corkymork


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Re: Throw the switch!



I love it BUT the black lightning bothers me. Maybe the sky outside could be a dark blue with white lightning?

SnowQueenVT


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Re: Experimentation and Observation



The drawing here is very cool Shasham! I especially like the guy, nice!

He should summon up some strength and make a break for it !!!

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Re: Bee Careful



Those bees are so amazing it hurts! I need me some more cuteness.. and on brown tees no less. +1

SnowQueenVT


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Re: There’s no Chemistry



A wonderful play on words also an insightful commentary on human relationships! (Goes without saying , the drawing is excellent , as always!)

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SnowQueenVT


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Re: There’s no Chemistry



I wonder where version one went "Chemistry"? It was lovely.

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SnowQueenVT


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Re: Conclusion: An Edgy 'Do Scores Chicks



I love the "experiment" you chose to portray. Your work is so fantastic.

(I totally expected a Robot out of you this week and was actually waiting for it.) Surprise! Penguino!

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midgerock wrote:btw, if you haven't figured it out yet... that's Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison and Ivan Pavlov on Cow bell.



nice associations with what they are known for. Though shouldn't Sig have a cigar? or is it that sometimes a drumstick is just a drumstick?

specsmachine


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Re: What Is and What Should Never Be



I bet all of the offspring tastes like chicken.

midgerock


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andao wrote:Excellent color scheme, love the art style, and Pavlov on the cowbell is a very clever touch.

However, I don't see how a bunch of scientists relates to the scientific method. Sort of like the cartoon beakers and such. Sciency and cool, for sure. Demonstrating the scientific method? Not so much.



maybe this helps to explain:

This week, show us your take on the Scientific Method. Maybe you'll attest to the value of repeatable results, show us an experiment in motion, or just cram a beaker onto a cute fuzzy animal design and say, 'IT'S TOTALLY SCIENCE!'



My take on "The Scientific Method" is that of a rock band.
I'm glad you like the design even though you feel its not on theme.


gogododo wrote:nice associations with what they are known for. Though shouldn't Sig have a cigar? or is it that sometimes a drumstick is just a drumstick?



lol! glad someone caught it. ;)

Spiritgreen


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Re: Show Off!



Hey Boots', woot has said the exact same thing about copyright in the past and then clarified that they mean it in the most general sense. Don't lift art or IP and stick it on your shirt without parody. They make sure to remind us of that once in a while, it isn't a plea for "No more pop culture!".

That'd be like Donald Trump becoming a buddhist and giving up all wordly possessions. And who wants to see that?

---S