Mishvmd


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Re: The Little Inventor



Love the "graffiti" under the table as well! Neat little details!

ChefRAZ


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Re: Spectrum



trying to ride the floyd shirt craze.

FatMouse66


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Re: Science Class



Thanks a lot guys for the votes and nice comments, I'm ok with rejection if the staff thinks is off topic no big deal.
Thanks again

kevlar51


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Re: In Harmony



Perfect title. There's something very calming about staring at this one.

thatbiogeek


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thewayisshut wrote:.....Look, I understand there's sort of a huge controversy surrounding ramyb's designs. I'm not saying the following because of that. I would say this no matter who the artist was, and I'm not trying to be nitpicky.

....but, I'm sorry, I just don't see the experiment here. Okay, you dumped chemicals on turtles in a terrarium and they... died? Umm, duh? When was the scientific method involved here? This is still off-topic.



I would agree with you, if it were not for the inclusion of a control tank. I'm a biologist and I've guest judged quite a few middle/elementary school science fairs. One of the things the teachers tend to emphasize to the students is the inclusion of control groups as well as experimental groups. The ability to distinguish experimental effects from environmental ones is critical in science.

There are many shirts here that emphasize the scientific method less than this one. Some just illustrate scientific concepts.

Honestly, if this prints I'm buying one.



angelbabi523


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GMV! Good Luck!

walmazan


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Re: Green Symphony



O M G ! This is my fav! great execution! +1

blinddog3d


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ochopika wrote:My two voters, vote again please! I may or may not have OCD and had to fix the alien's right ear! That line was seriously out of place.

Oh don't tell me you haven't done that before!

Thanks for voting!



I'll tell ya what's out of place...
...This entry.

Off Topic

gretchenr


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Re: The Color Solution



I love this!

joeffy


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Re: Experimental Fail



Wow! after reading half the comments about this shirt alone there's only one thing i can say its a t-shirst for F's sake! i saw it. i was like "aw poor turtles", but i got it. and i did snicker a little. the only thing i would say about the design is that either the bottle should NOT have any specific chemicals on it or that instead of a bottle maybe there should be a collection of unmarked smaller containers with different color liquids in front of the green container. We're voting on a design here!. not the imaginary ideas and plausibility behind it. though its not a shirt i would own, i like it. and if i saw some one wearing i would get a kick out of it.

djtheatre


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Re: Stimulated Electricity



Collab with a friend of mine Jinx. He did the sketch and I did the color.

Enjoy.

odysseyroc


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Re: Green Symphony



I don't know how I missed this one, but I love how simple, yet charming it is.





VonMonkey


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PixelPants wrote: your translucent red balloons deserve a prize of their own



I agree, those balloons look amazing

heatherrbean


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Re: Green Symphony



My favorite shirt this week. On yellow too! I don't have a yellow shirt from here yet. :] I want this to print so badly.

usopp


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joemail11 wrote:All you people wanted ramyb to get rid of his turtles. Then he kills them for you, and is met only with opposition! The mixed messages here are frightening.


lol they're not gone. they're still sitting in the tank. *for the record, I like most of ramy's t shirts, just not this one.

ocg


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Actually, there would be an infinite number of "colors" in a spectrum. It's a continuum of energy of different wavelengths, and we perceive certain parts of the range to be specific colors. I'm thinking, though, that this is a good artistic way to fake the look of the whole spectrum and stay under the ink color limit imposed by Woot ;)

fishbiscuit5


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Re: 18XX SCIENCE FAIRE SHOWDOWN



This is awesome! I like the smile on the robot on the left.



aswati


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Re: The effect of music on plantlife



Good execution of the concept. It was easy to understand the experiment!






wubupon


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blinddog3d wrote:I'll tell ya what's out of place...
...This entry.

Off Topic



astronomy is a science....

IgnatiusRiley


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jboshaw wrote:

i don't approve of any of the shirts that are geared towards animal cruelty. i've watched too many shows like criminal minds and csi, and the people that were cruel to animals as a child were always the ones that wound up as serial killers or something of the like.



So drawing a cartoonish picture of dead turtles equals inflicting actual harm on real animals. Got it.

And crappy police forensics programs give us insights into the human psyche that are applicable to real life.

VonMonkey


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areca77


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killmak wrote:I love it!



Thanks! It's one of those projects that I'm sure every kid in the US did as a part of beginning chem or science... ha ha those were the days

areca77


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awlwren wrote:This is really cute, but hard to see at first glance. Maybe if you moved the C3 further down to give it that classic hexagonal shape?



I was debating on this too and I was even going to do a V2 Resub because your comment but then I figured that a little kid & marshmallows would be imperfect.

But I must say, I loved your suggestion because I was pondering the same thing.

blinddog3d


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Re: The Little Inventor



Kind of a "Techno Harry Potter" ...I'm here.
Yes, keeps the eyes looking right here for a while!
No, stand still sweewtie, I'm staring at your wonderful Tshirt. They're... uhmm*phfff*
I mean, it ...IT is so ...detailed!

Nice POV, duochromatics, and drawing style. This shows a trained hand & a clever mind.

Good show, mate.
BlindDog

tehmalia


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Re: (Science) - (Fiction) =




hahaha!! This shirt is amazing, exactly how I feel during Chemistry classes. XD Hope it wins!!

ochopika


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Staff

Re: The Life Cycle of a CATerpillar



I love this shirt because it has sound effects in my head. It goes "nomnomnomNOMNOMNOM NOM NOM NOM", and that makes me laugh. You have to hear it to understand.

gayemeyer


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Re: Anyone Out There? (resub)



Oh I just love this!!!! I want this tshirt too. This and the 8 fold path. love it love it. don't touch those alien ears. They are perfect.

gayemeyer


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blinddog3d wrote:I'll tell ya what's out of place...
...This entry.

Off Topic



Bah--you are seriously mistaken. Astronomy is definitely science!

ochopika


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Staff

blinddog3d wrote:I'll tell ya what's out of place...
...This entry.

Off Topic



Astronomy is science. Kids do science fair projects about astronomy and about life on other planets.

They often research astronomy for these projects by looking at the stars.

The alien doesn't make it off topic because:

Exhibit A: If imaginary things are off topic, then most of the posts here are going to be rejected.

Exhibit B: Aliens probably do exist somewhere in the universe, and they likely do science fair projects about life in outer space.

Nice play on my words though. I lol'ed.

bmelnyk0


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Re: Punnett's Misstep



I remember this in highschool science not middle school

amreli


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kevlar51 wrote:Perfect title. There's something very calming about staring at this one.



Thank you! Titles are often the hardest part for me, so I'm glad someone else likes this one.


gwyn779


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Re: Spectrum



Ok, it wasn't instantaneously obvious that this was supposed to be a prism because the angles are all wrong. Aside from all the other controversy, as a physics person, it's driving me nuts. From an artistic standpoint as well, I think it might work even better if the white light/roots were coming in from the left so that the scattered spectrum would end up vertical.

Johndis5


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midgerock wrote:If you don't like how I drew something or think something could have been communicated better, share that. But if the design's not your cup tee because of the content or you wouldn't wear it, don't vote.




I have one thing left to add, and then I'll move on.

There are three main parts to a design;
Concept - idea
Content - what is in the design
Execution - how it is done/presented

All three are equally open to critique. Critiques do not have to be polite, just honest. If you're going to show your art in a public forum, next to talent and ability, thick skin is a must.

Best of luck in future derbies.


ThunderThighs


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Staff

Johndis5 wrote:I have one thing left to add, and then I'll move on.

There are three main parts to a design;
Concept - idea
Content - what is in the design
Execution - how it is done/presented

All three are equally open to critique. Critiques do not have to be polite, just honest. If you're going to show your art in a public forum, next to talent and ability, thick skin is a must.

Best of luck in future derbies.

I disagree. Critiques can be honest and also presented such they are not insulting or attacks upon the artist. The place to start is to focus on the art and not the artist.



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jedipookie


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Re: The Science of Splatter



That's BS~ I want one!

jedipookie


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Re: Stimulated Electricity



So already dead turtles is a no-no. But Blatant animal torture is OK. and what middle school science fair would let a student look like a clown?

HalfWheat


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blinddog3d wrote:So, we can have corn walking and wearing clothes, but not animals?

I guess this derby is "Making something cute and we'll bend the rules for you.

Or, maybe I'm Blind?
BlindDog3D



Intentional or not, the rules specifically said animals, so we've got an awful lot of non-animated things that are expressing emotion and/or motion. It'll be curious to see if Woot expands the rule to include all the food that's running around on legs.

kevlar51


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Thanks everyone for your comments!

bmelnyk0 wrote:I remember this in highschool science not middle school



It probably varies per school system. I definitely did them in high school biology, but I also did them in middle school in the basic form depicted here.

hankescu


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Love the rat maze image

bluetuba


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Re: FrankenTater



This made me lol, go frankentater!

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