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timelessblur wrote:just have to point out that the shirt is incorrect. A mol of gas is 22.4 L at STP.
STP is sea level and 0 C/ 32F or 273.15 K
Other wise not hot but the cold. Freezing point of water to be exact.
Let's just say it's radioactive "hot". Problem solved.
Re: Ba is for Barium
love the concept and the sheep is cute! XD
renouxa wrote:So can too little.
Yes. Well, too little = demented, too much = psychotic. Either way, not ideal...
kredal wrote:I voted on it as a shirt, and I hope you don't mind, but it's going to be my background picture at work too!
Go right ahead. I might do the same.
Re: Why Chemistry Matters
I love how with just a quick glance at the color scheme it seems like a happy shirt, but then you realize there are dead people on it that are being eaten from the inside out by the acid they just drank. Awesomesauce! =D
It looks great, but I think some people aren't going to go for this because they don't want a t-shirt that says they're chemically imbalanced, especially the ones that actually are.
I love the idea, and I get the placement on the shirt. But, at the same time, I wouldn't want to wear it because of the placement on the shirt.
Aren't people annoying?
Re: Chemically Imbalanced
Very nice design, but I too agree with ChaosDoctor07...the splatters all over the scale and table beneath are a large part of what makes this design so great. The beakers look TOO clean haha...they need some drippy splats to be a part of the action! Still GMV tho...
Re: Ferrous Wheel
BTW I meant to ask earlier but must have forgot to type it haha...
Is that a Black shirt or an Asphalt shirt? I hope it's Asphalt, but either works...
Re: The Periodic Table of Fictional Elements
I like it, but I am a little disappointed that it's not entirely composed of Star Trek materials because:
A) I'm pretty sure that's possible
B) I'm a huge Star Trek nerd
Re: Inventing Life
And in the beginning Kevlar created...
ochopika wrote:That sounds like fun! I would totally do that. Oh! When I was a kid, I replaced the ice in the ice machine with grapes, and then my dad got some ice water and was confused.
That's epic. PLEASE tell me you managed to snap a photo of what an incredibly puzzled look he had on his face after that haha...
ochopika wrote:mmmm jack and coke... I mean... jack and coke.
And...really? A girl after my heart =D haha...how did you know that's my drink of choice!? I had some earlier tonight actually...
Re: Better Living Dead
I like the comicbook feel of this design, and especially love the creep-factor of the super old-school hypodermics...it adds quite a bit of character over what a standard boring syringe would have. Thumbs up =)
Re: Hydrogen: Periodic OMGOMGOMGPONIESOMG PONIES!
Fluorine is the OMGOMGOMGPONIESOMG PONIES!! It will bond with anything!
Re: Sometimes Similars Attract
The execution needs refining, but thanks very much for providing some relief from all the pink + blue = love.
wootvan wrote:You should have expected THIS!
cdrewlow wrote:It's the Spanish Inquisition skit from Monty Python's Flying Circus. Good stuff.
Edit: Dang, wootvan beat me to it.
Thank you both for the enlightenment...don't think I've seen all of the Flying Circus stuff and I certainly don't remember that. Now I can appreciate this design and vote and wear it with pride if/when it prints =)
adrianconto wrote:Nyan Cat Parody
Haha cool! nice work.
Great design! This is a great use of pixelation presentation but I hope that white collar doesn't get it rejected. Woot doesn't sell 2 color shirts and sometimes they are very picky... sometimes, they could care less. It depends on what the Rejectionator had for breakfast.
Re: The three classical states of matter
Thanks for making a shirt design that supports my argument that it never should have been called "horsepower" but "dinopower" instead! =)
pure5152 wrote:love the concept and the sheep is cute! XD
Thanks! My goal is breaking the top 50, wish me luck!
Re: Body by Adamantium
the font is ruining it for me...seems to contrast with the aggressive intensity of your artwork. a no text version would ROCK, but then it would be nudged out of the chem theme...
Re: I'd like to buy the world a c8h10n4o2
Re: Fishy Science
Why does that fish skeleton look familiar? Where did you get it? It looks like a logo or something I've seen.
Re: Neon neon neon neon neon neon
You don't know how much I love this. Totally in for one if it prints!
Re: questionable table of elements
Love the cartoony and simple style! I'm totally gonna go OCD now and read every name for each element!
Re: Can't We All Just get Along?
I was actually thinking about writing oil on the bottle to make the joke more obvious. If I have time, I may have to take care of that tomorrow. Either way, thanks for the feedback!
Re: Periodic Turntable
This is amazing, and a "table" connection that usually doesn't get made in chem jokes. I hope it gets more attention, because the art totally deserves it.
Re: The name's Bond.
Your design has to show orientation on a shirt template, see other submissions or read the submission guidelines. This will be rejected.
So pretty!!! :D
Aww hahaha cute design!!!
Hate to be rude, but you should get rid of the "+" and "-" for the sodium and chlorine, and chloride should have a subscript 2. The elemental forms are dangerous, not the ions.
taternuggets wrote:Is that how it works now? You just throw out an accusation and walk away?
Hmm, I think I'll throw one out and stay. That fish is "borrowed," if I can use that word nicely. I can't place it, but I have very strong pattern recognition and this has triggered that in my brain and it won't leave.
So, I guess I'm on the bandwagon.
Re: Elements Of Life
Essential elements of life , CHON ... Carbon , Hidrogen , Oxigen & Nitrogen , hope you like it , thanks! (o;
shellykins wrote:Because coal and a buckyball are carbon allotropes?
Well, that and I can't really sell a graphite lattice as bearing any resemblance to a soccer ball... er, fútbol.
Re: Distilled HD Sulfur Mustard
Chlorine is Cl not CL.
Sulfur Mustards contain sulfur - S - not present in the formula on the design.
Kinda grim for a tee, but if you think there's an audience, make sure you've got the chemical formula correct.
Is not the chemical symbol for Uranium U?
Re: Identity Code
Thanks midgerock!! , appreciated mate! ,
Yoo blinddog , thanks man glad you liked! , never knew about those prints, sounds interesting but expensive!
Thanks all for the support! (o;
I like the use of the shirt color
This is pretty impressive.
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