alex138


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kharmazero


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anemality wrote:Wow. This is almost trippy. Very funky style, I dig it!



thanks a lot ;-)))

kharmazero


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Re: Canis Major


it's a beautiful work gmv

omarfeliciano


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Re: Miles to go Before I Sleep



Love the combination of machine and nature! Very cool design.

anamya


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Aw, and it's so pretty too... If it gets pulled, it will be sad.

citizencoyote


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Re: There Was No Joy in Mudville



I like it, nice take on the image the poem conjures up at the end.

taternuggets


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Re: Tell Tale



It's a poem


Nothing follows.

citizencoyote


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Re: Tell Tale



The textures are fantastic, but I can't stop seeing wood "armor" with the way its oriented on a person.

anamya


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alex138 wrote:I love this image!



Thanks hon. It's my first derby entry. :D

expo01


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Dolemite wrote:I can dig it. I totally get a Casablanca Records vibe from this.





Thanks a lot!! , yeah the palm helps to that! (o;

anamya


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taternuggets wrote:It's a poem



In my compilation book, it is listed under fiction, not poems. :/

citizencoyote


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ChronoSquall14 wrote:I was dreading entries for this poem, but you managed an exceedingly clever take on it.



This. We really don't need another "Nevermore" but I can't help but laugh at this design. Nice job.

citizencoyote


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Re: The Place Where the Sidewalk Ends



The X counts as text.

fourlane77


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Re: i carry your heart with me (resub)



"..i carry it in my heart..."

...or on your shirt, either way...

vote. vote. vote. vote. vote. vote.

krissalus


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Re: The Tyger



Wonderful! I had totally forgotten that this poem existed until just now XD I love what you've done with it though. This is stunning, and I would buy this in a heartbeat.

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Tweet.

skahfee


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taternuggets wrote:It's a poem



Just because someone on the internet says it, doesn't make it so. ;)

All the same, gorgeous work.

citizencoyote


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Re: Fire and Ice - Robert Frost



Holy Guacamole, Batman! This is amazing! It doesn't hurt that it inadvertently plays homage to two current geek loves of mine.* I'll buy this one for sure!





*Portal and George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire, aka Game of Thrones.

lxjones5


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Re: The Road Not Taken



I really like this, but I think I would prefer it if the picture was in a circle like the thumbnail and not an oval.

matthewmichaux


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Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

by Robert Frost

citizencoyote


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Re: Song At Sunset



This is pretty cool. My fear would be noise from Island-Def Jam Records, however.

citizencoyote


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Re: A poem as lovely as lovely as a tree



I love how much the design pops! Very colorful, nice work!

taternuggets


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skahfee wrote:Just because someone on the internet says it, doesn't make it so. ;)

All the same, gorgeous work.



Just because you say it isn't doesn't make it so. ;)


Nothing follows.

Mavyn


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Re: Do Not Go Gently Into That Good Night



Outside the printable area.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

JRSly


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Re: ....On A Snowy Evening



Ahh, I was thinking about doing something for this poem, but I don't think I could top this. Well done!

schlady


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Re: Skimbleshanks: The Railway Cat



Cute! Such a whimsical little illustration; I'm particularly fond of the wobbly wheels.

"Way to leave room for the rest of us, John."

ncbears


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my question would be whether or not the title (No Joy in Mudville) would be included on the shirt. I like it..

Play Ball... err, maybe not! LOL

"To Play Ball, or not to Play Ball"

Mavyn


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Re: Annabel Lee



Outside the printable area.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

spacegirlag


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Re: April Rain Song, Langston Hughes



+1 i don't know if i'd wear it, but it would make an absolutely beautiful poster.

thewronggrape


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alephnull2k1 wrote:LOVE this! Only potential downside is that from a distance, it looks kinda like a Portal design...



Given the success of portal themed shirts here, I don't think that's a downside.

Mavyn


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Re: The Road Not Taken



Thumbnail has to match the shirt comp. Fix and resubmit...And I agree, the circle is better than the oval.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

cpresti


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Re: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings



I always loved this poem as a youngster, and blue jays as well. Here is a combination of the two!

Check out my Food design please!

citizencoyote


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Re: Canis Major



Beautiful colors, you nailed the night sky look.

aerc712


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Have to admit I don't know the poem, but the design you came up with is beautiful. Nice job!

alex138


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Re: bad morning



I feel like this 24/7. Love the slippers ;) GMV.

alex138


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Re: Air Quoth



better than Nevermore in IMO. I would buy it.

kharmazero


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darci1958 wrote:WOW, impressive design. Very cool for



thanks a lot

skahfee


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taternuggets wrote:Just because you say it isn't doesn't make it so. ;)



Have you read it?

http://www.literature.org/authors/poe-edgar-allan/tell-tale-heart.html

jfsiv


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dirtdirt


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Re: Happiness



Happiness
by A.A. Milne

John had
Great Big
Waterproof
Boots on;
John had a
Great Big
Waterproof
Hat;
John had a
Great Big
Waterproof
Mackintosh --
And that
(Said John)
Is
That.

juliaL719


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Re: Tell Tale



The thing which bothers me about this entry is that I realize how little an artist can care about the parameters set up for him.

Like, for instance, knowing what a poem is.