Re: What's wrong with this picture
Quite brilliant. So many things to notice, my favorite being the man who lost his duck.
Re: Kitty with Woot seal of approval
kitty no like stamp on head.
Re: An Eager Robot
Arg! Sorry for the resub- I saved it at 540 dpi instead of 580.
Thanks to Chump, Boots, Kevin, and I think someone else, too, for the initial round of comments. Sorry to have them disappear with the original entry. (With extra apology to the person who commented and I forgot who it was.) Dang.
Re: Shining in Shadows
Yes, really nice work!
It really captures how we celebrate our Woot tee ownership but also wait in hopes of a Pants.Woot. ;)
Re: It's Here!
Awesome! for sure a print! +1
I love how much is going on in this design. It reminds me of the back covers of the children's magazine Highlights a bit. +1
Re: Monkey Business
fishbiscuit5 wrote:I can't draw hands and feet. Don't judge me!!
I used to have trouble with hands and feet, too. I'd always put a well-placed object in front of them. Your balloons make me happy.
You can really see the time and work put into this design. Great stuff, really.
Re: Good Luck Finding a Phone Booth
The thumbnail and the design don't match, so you may need to resubmit.
Thumbnails and design don't match. Tee is a different color. You'll need to fix that and resubmit.
Re: Woot-cha Libre
If this makes it I better get one before Halloween so I can make the COOLEST COSTUME EVAR!
After seeing people asking about recycling the bags, this is the best solution I've seen. A+ =)
BootsBoots wrote:Your balloons make me happy.
I get that all the time. ;)
Must practice placing objects in front of appendages!
Re: Crying Robots Make Our Shirts
This one really tugs at the heart strings
Re: The Wooty Bunch
Re: Heeeeere Boaty Boaty Boaty
Pretty simple, but I like it.
Thanks guys! That means a lot!
I sketched and threw out a -lot- of different ideas before I drew this. ^_^ I hope it captures the fun Woot energy. Had to get some Seattle love in there too.
Nice work SG!
I've always been a fan of Andy Warhol, and this seemed like the perfect place for a Warhol send-up...
Re: The Path of the Righteous Man
Nah, I'm not hungry.
I LOVE this one!!!!
Re: Turtles all the way down
The biggest challenge with this was keeping the file size low enough to not crash Adobe Illustrator...
Re: Nerd 4 Life
Nerd 4 Life!
I drew a skull with a pencil in its head. Not much else to say about it. Oh, and it likes Woot.
specsmachine wrote:Air Mail!!! Supersized view available HERE!
Very whimsical. Love it
Re: The Tomb of Wootenkammen
I started playing with lighting effects last week, which led to this design...
Bravo. Nice line work too.
Re: Exact Change Please
I imagined a vending machine that would give you Woot T-Shirts.
Of course it would have to be in Japan.
Everything weird comes from Japan.
Re: Air Mail
really nice work!
rglee129 wrote: and I forgot who it was.) Dang.
It's still awesome. ;)
Pulp Fiction was on TV while I was working on my first design last week.
I've always wondered what's in the darn briefcase.
Awesome effect, Robbie! What a great concept.
Very fun design...but there seems to be alot of empty space to me.
Maybe if you had more robots? Perhaps rows of crying robots in an...erm...robots don't sweat, do they? An Oil-Shop?...yeah...maybe if you had rows of crying bots in an oil-shop-like fashion it would work better for me. Just sayin =)
This is gorgeous!
Re: The Circle of T-Shirt Life
This was an experiment in using different brushes and patterns.
A friend of mine called it my "seizure design"...
Re: Sunshine in my Mailbox (Large)
Another experiment with seamless patterns. I liked the large version. A friend liked the small version. I submitted both.
Re: Sunshine in my Mailbox (Small)
This was an experiment with multiple AI effects that I was fairly pleased with, (believe it or not) for its simplicity...
I'll just add mine back then...
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