bluejester


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Re: Experimental Fail



It's funny, and I'd get it, but I think that the looks on the dead turtles might cross the the "No anthro-ed animals" rule. The living ones however, are pretty good in the non-expressive criteria.

Spiritgreen


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be10der2me wrote:WOW! Someone who has never seen a Looneytoon or Merry Melody! I am AMAZED!

SG- It's nice to finally see an artist who knows turtles and tortoises DON'T have stumpy elephant legs!
GMV!



Haha, thanks be10der2me! If anything I may have rebelled too much against the dumpling-turtles and gone too far the other way. But real turtles and tortoises are scaley and lumpy and covered with bumps and ridges. Let's call this a celebration of that. :p

Assassin15


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Johndis5 wrote:Because Mutant forming ooze is found all over middle school science fairs all of the time.



I think the joke is that the kid put some poison on the turtles hoping it would be mutant forming ooze. But it turned out it was just regler ole poison.

PULL UP YOUR SKIRT, WE'RE ON A MISSION/
WE NEED A HERO, NOT A POLITICIAN - "Panhammer" by Phinehas

bassanimation


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midgerock wrote:Thank you for taking the time to check out my design. I appreciate your feedback. I believe what complaints that you are previously mentioning had nothing to do with rehashed unorginal designs. I believe my previous complaints had more to do with the misinformed aspect of someone cheating. I understand how that could be confusing for since they sometimes go hand in hand but as to the my designs being unoriginal and uninspired and overdone, I am glad we live in a reality where each individual has their own subjective reality. Thanks again for your feedback.



This is very cute, Midgerock. I havent liked many of the previous Mentos/Coke designs, but I like the layout of this. The color choices also give it a kind of retro feel. Looks very good on the shirt.

As for the concept, it is not new, but it is very well known as a sort of kids' science experiment thing. Part of getting appeal here is touching on something people find familiar. Not many people will relate to an obscure scientific reference. I think you did a good job with the concept and Wooters will enjoy it .

skirochester


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Re: Sky in a Jar



very nice boots! was definitely tough to make a science experiment "wearable" this week, but you pulled it off.

kinzoku


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Re: Eeee! My Science Fair Experiment.



You'd better resubmit it with consistent coloring. The rightmost girl and boy have hair colors that are different than the shirt and design detail previews.

kevlar51


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Re: Sky in a Jar



this is beautiful

paulandstacy


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kmtowers wrote:Ease up a little...



Clearly the designs biffo is objecting to (this one & one by ramyb) in this derby are not meant to represent real actions & are going for the humor that science fairs inspire. That being said, I can't wear a shirt (or vote for one) that has such a gleeful lack of decency, implied or otherwise.

aswati


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Re: Einstein-esque project



Imagine a science fair project that is all-encompassing: Paper volcanoes, magnetism, effect of coloured light on plants. You name it, you have it! Einstein watch out for this smart cookie.
Four colours on navy blue. Half-tones used for lamp light, volcano eruptions and rocket exhaust.
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parrotworks


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Re: extinction theory



Resubbed with AI gradients which hopefully cut the mustard.

capedcrusader514


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Haha, it appears I've stricken quite a controversy. I'm quite aware of the other colors of light that have distinct wavelengths... a la the rainbow. This is just confusing as I assumed one would either have the three used in creating all the colors or all the colors...? Not the three with a random.

be10der2me


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Re: Punnett's Misstep



Nice Job! Reminds of Little Shop of Horrors Plant! GMV!

bluejester


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Re: The RYB color model



What makes this funny is that we get to see the moments prior to the action. Sure it's a bit messed up, but then kids of a certain age are waaaaaay messed when you think about it.

The whole idea of "I took it apart to see how it works" line knows no bounds, either mechanical or living, at a certain age.

GMV

ApeLad


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Re: Boron is the Fifth



Hooray for the fifth element on the periodic table!

bassanimation


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Johndis5 wrote:Because Mutant forming ooze is found all over middle school science fairs all of the time.



Our middle school tried to keep the mutant ooze confined to the cafeteria.

BootsBoots


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Re: Punnett's Misstep



I like the illustration a lot, but I don't get it. To google I go!


bassanimation


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Re: Sky in a Jar



Beautiful work, Boots! Such a lovely image!

grrlmarvel


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Re: My Pet Turtle Weighs 6 Balloons



I really like the texture on the turtle. Nice work as always. Good luck my friend!

megsck


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Re: batz haz sonarz!!!



this is my drawing of how a bat's sonar works.

Spiritgreen


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Re: Just Add Love



I think you chose the right one. This layout has style, jas'.

Cool. :^)

BootsBoots


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Re: The color of light



So pretty!


nancyzas


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Re: Punnett's Misstep



Awesome slobbering T design. Way fun!!!

albatrosski


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Re: Axons and Dendrites



Any suggestions are welcome.

grrlmarvel


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Re: Sky in a Jar



I saw that experiment and you made it beautiful. Boots how do you do it?!

BootsBoots


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BootsBoots wrote:I like the illustration a lot, but I don't get it. To google I go!



Oh yeah. I remember those now. Haha!


be10der2me


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Re: Minor Modifications



LOL! Much better! I like this one!
GMV!

parrotworks


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Re: Sky in a Jar



Are you getting soft, warm and fuzzy on us or did they change your meds? LOL

BootsBoots


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Re: The RYB color model



I love her rainbow braces!


uniique


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kevlar51


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Re: Punnett's Misstep



Thanks for the nice reception all!

I added a wiki link on the OP for those of us who somehow got through their lives without referring to Punnett squares on a daily basis.

Johndis5


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Assassin15 wrote:I think the joke is that the kid put some poison on the turtles hoping it would be mutant forming ooze. But it turned out it was just regler ole poison.



I can see the joke now, but I don't think you'd find actual poison in a middle schoolers science supplies either.

bluejester


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Re: My Pet Turtle Weighs 6 Balloons



I love how you did the balloons and got the see through effect going on there. Also, love the coloring and look of the animal as a more realistic looking turtle, but still done in a funny way despite the real look.

Only one prob, and that is likely because I still feel like I'm waking up. The bumps on the back are so rounded at the back that they look like...umm...how to be descreet... (bewbs!)

be10der2me


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Johndis5 wrote:I always love your stuff, but those frogs probably won't pass rejection.



I was thinking along the same lines but because of the text. Seems more than incidental!

djtheatre


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Re: Just put an F on there and let me go home



I love that this is fogging right now. this joke has always made me laugh so hard!

For anyone still wondering about the reference, Click here and skip ahead to 3:45

taternuggets


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Re: Experimental Fail



Are we in reruns?


Nothing follows.

BootsBoots


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parrotworks wrote:Are you getting soft, warm and fuzzy on us or did they change your meds? LOL



Shut up. Sometime I like pretty things.


wootvan


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oh

ochopika


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Re: Chalked Frog



Hello! I know someone else did a similar thing, I didn't copy, I swear. My guts aren't cartoons, they are chalk.

bluejester


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Re: The color of light



Nice use of negative space.

uniique


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