midgerock


quality posts: 6 Private Messages midgerock
Re: The Divine Prrrrrrrrrportion!



love the pencil/illustrative approach used with this design. well done.

Hammylink


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Hammylink
Re: Fun With Fibonacci



Brilliant.

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csl312


quality posts: 4 Private Messages csl312
Johndis5 wrote:Whenever you use copyrighted characters, you risk rejection. Best to be original.



I am not certain, but you might get away with it being a parody if you do no include what I assume is copyrighted text.

artgirl929


quality posts: 1 Private Messages artgirl929
Re: Flying Lessons



Love the little guys expression full of hope and bit of oh sh*t too!

citizencoyote


quality posts: 42 Private Messages citizencoyote
Re: Art of Spitting



Mmm, archer fish. Brilliant critters.

cfdunbar


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mom2kate wrote:Glad you got this up! I know you were worried about it last night. I do like this design, but I like the black and white version a little bit better.



I'm a big fan of Big Bang and once I saw the derby theme I had to do Sheldon't costume. While I was researching The Doppler Effect I had the idea to do this one. Thanks for the vote, M2K.

citizencoyote


quality posts: 42 Private Messages citizencoyote
Re: Common Sequence



ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!

cfdunbar


quality posts: 0 Private Messages cfdunbar

AH!
Doing the first time in the fog dance....

higgyce


quality posts: 0 Private Messages higgyce
Re: Binary Sunset



here's hoping they count binary as math! the sunset is completely in 1s and 0s and I did my best to make it "spell" out "Sunset Over the Mountain" even if it gets rejected I hope you all still like it!

aausterm


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Re: Discovery of Gravity



Newton wasn't so happy about that apple.

jagendorf


quality posts: 8 Private Messages jagendorf
Re: Fluid Dynamics



Patrickspens is a beast. Chalk up another derby print.

Bilyum it up all day long!

stingray69


quality posts: 4 Private Messages stingray69
Re: Numbirds



The funniest part about this shirt is that most people won't catch on until they get to BOOBIES.

stingray69


quality posts: 4 Private Messages stingray69
Re: Passing Thru



It's quite beautiful if you stare at it for long enough.

bro3of4


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csl312 wrote:I am not certain, but you might get away with it being a parody if you do no include what I assume is copyrighted text.



Probably. It says right on it: "seltruT ajniN tnatuM eganeeT". The text is probably from the intro song.

Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.

stingray69


quality posts: 4 Private Messages stingray69
Re: MAG-PI'D



Not a bad idea but it doesn't work outside the context of this derby. Very few people would understand it by itself.

atlanticavenue


quality posts: 0 Private Messages atlanticavenue
Adelas wrote:Every week.
I sort shirts by votes.
I glance at thumbnails.
I click on favorite shirt.
I see artist name "patrickspens"

How do you DO that?!



My first shirt I bought on here was designed by you, Patrick. I do enjoy your style. Yet again, nice design

dreadwood


quality posts: 1 Private Messages dreadwood
Re: Inside A Spider's Brain



Eensy Weensy had a plan.

bro3of4


quality posts: 2 Private Messages bro3of4
Re: The Divine Prrrrrrrrrportion!



+1
Kitty looks like a sack of oats and needs to go on a diet. What does the text at top say, though?

Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.

aramis525


quality posts: 8 Private Messages aramis525
Re: Rainbow Math



LOVE IT! GMV

kalee11


quality posts: 26 Private Messages kalee11
Re: Flying Lessons



I would absolutely buy one of these!

x5

walmazan


quality posts: 65 Private Messages walmazan
bro3of4 wrote:+1
Kitty looks like a sack of oats and needs to go on a diet. What does the text at top say, though?



That is exactly what it says

sombrillo


quality posts: 4 Private Messages sombrillo
Re: Everything is Gold



Each time I look at this, I notice something new. What an outstanding work of art!

jnrice


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Re: The Summation of Birds



Clever. Props for above average math use too. I'm not sure on the x^2 though. I think I would have gone with just x and x -> ∞ under sigma. Maybe I'm being overly critical of a shirt.

zekecatz


quality posts: 202 Private Messages zekecatz
Re: Hidden in Plain Sight



I like your colour choices.

axphw1


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jnrice wrote:Clever. Props for above average math use too. I'm not sure on the x^2 though. I think I would have gone with just x and x -> ∞ under sigma. Maybe I'm being overly critical of a shirt.



Each individual bird can be seen as one, and the square of 1 is 1. Therefore sigma is equal to the sum of squares the artist chose to put. The ^2 is unnecessary, but does not change the meaning.

aausterm


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Re: Discovery of Gravity v2



Newton wasn't so happy about that apple.

v2 - fixed the units

timelessblur


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Re: The Golden Seed



the nerd in me must have this.

axphw1


quality posts: 12 Private Messages axphw1
toby8915 wrote:˙uʍop ǝpısdn sɹɐǝddɐ ʇxǝʇ ǝɥʇ 'ǝɹǝɥdsıɯǝɥ uɹǝɥʇnos ǝɥʇ uı ǝʌıl noʎ ɟı



That would have been useful info for last week's derby.

kevlar51


quality posts: 46 Private Messages kevlar51
Re: Everything is Gold



Well done. I kind of wish the moon was in the sweetspot, but then you'd lose the opportunity to add the smaller details there

sssith


quality posts: 0 Private Messages sssith

I like..new around here not yet sure how to vote..

novastarj


quality posts: 30 Private Messages novastarj
Re: Solve for X



Let's see... assuming the cat in the first line is the same variable as the cat in the second line, and ditto for the mouse in the first and the mouse in the second, this can be represented (with variables) as follows:

{(a-b) (c-d) = x, a+c = x}

Doing some quick math (not showing my work here), this isn't solvable. At best you get:

x = ac-ad-bc+bd
and
x = a+c

Though if anyone has a different interpretation of the variables I'm willing to do the math.

lauracraft


quality posts: 0 Private Messages lauracraft
Re: Artsy Mold



Recursive geometry is found in fractals like mold.

This little blue mold fungus is admiring how his kind looks as mathematical fractals :-)

Have fun with it & thanks for voting ^_^

ramyb


quality posts: 20 Private Messages ramyb
Re: Schrödinger's Equation



(and his cat of course)

mjvaughn


quality posts: 6 Private Messages mjvaughn
novastarj wrote:Let's see... assuming the cat in the first line is the same variable as the cat in the second line, and ditto for the mouse in the first and the mouse in the second, this can be represented (with variables) as follows:

{(a-b) (c-d) = x, a+c = x}

Doing some quick math (not showing my work here), this isn't solvable. At best you get:

x = ac-ad-bc+bd
and
x = a+c

Though if anyone has a different interpretation of the variables I'm willing to do the math.



Sooooo.... x = cat + mouse, which in the end, means x = cat so x = a. Got it.

Bazinga!

inkycatz


quality posts: 105 Private Messages inkycatz
sssith wrote:I like..new around here not yet sure how to vote..



Here you go, and welcome!
Who can vote in the Derby?
Woot users who have previously made at least one purchase at any Woot site. See, we don't want people to create multiple accounts and stuff the ballot box. And we also want to make sure the winning designs are actually ones that our regular users would like to see. This restriction might seem anti-democratic, but voter fraud and prank voting are worse. And like we said - all you need to vote is one purchase on your account record, ever, at any Woot site. Even Bags O' Crap and LeakFrogs qualify.

I'm just hanging out, really.

walmazan


quality posts: 65 Private Messages walmazan
Re: Common Sequence



this is amazing! +1

walmazan


quality posts: 65 Private Messages walmazan
Re: Symmetry



Looks amazing boots!

tehmalia


quality posts: 0 Private Messages tehmalia
ramyb wrote:saved



The design looks waaaaay too similar to Gondor's white tree (from the Lord of the Rings), imo...

richny13


quality posts: 0 Private Messages richny13
Re: Fun With Fibonacci



A Nautilus! Exceedingly excellent design, I definitely want one. GMV

tehmalia


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aluhx wrote:I think it's arbitrary only if the viewer doesn't understand the concept of the golden ratio...

If this prints, I will buy it. +1 <3



Indeed!! The design blew my mind when I saw it!! THIS shirt I must have!