Derby #41: Alphabet
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Alphabet Hamlet

Alphabet Hamlet
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QuigglyPhD


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I think i'm gonna keep on working on this one and might resub after a few more days. But, at least here's something to vote on.

I think just about everyone had to read Hamlet when they were in high school. For some reason I thought that was a good enough justification for making him an alphabet man

mia3mom


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very cool design! And 2 Hamlet designs in one Derby, I'm one happy Shakespeare lover! Now if only someone could do something with The Taming of the Shrew, my own personal favorite...

& the Gaggle of Girls; so many shirts, so little space in the dresser!

Webfoot08


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QuigglyPhD wrote:I think i'm gonna keep on working on this one and might resub after a few more days. But, at least here's something to vote on.

I think just about everyone had to read Hamlet when they were in high school. For some reason I thought that was a good enough justification for making him an alphabet man


I like it!

klswoot


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Nice work Q PhD! Very clever use of the letters!

QuigglyPhD


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klswoot wrote:Nice work Q PhD! Very clever use of the letters!


Thanks, there's more I still want to do with it, but I figured this would be good to start with

jerwil


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Awesome. I don't think it needs any more work, but I can't wait to see what else you come up with.

eatingbrains


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I amazingly like this shirt. The blue really brings out the black and white of the letters, and I totally hated Hamlet. This of course if a reason to have him on a shirt. C:

almeida


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I like the design, but the actual quote is, "Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio...." Sorry for nitpicking!

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