Derby #63: Art as Text

Discover the Dinosaurs

Detail and shirt comp don't match

Rejected because: Detail and shirt comp don't match

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munjey86


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Re: Discover the Dinosaurs


Everyone loves dinosaurs, including learning everything about them.

ack154


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Re: Discover the Dinosaurs


I like the Dinosaurs part... but the "discover the" part is against the rules. No fonts... and I recognize that one - the Porky's font.

Might want to resubmit without that.

yankeebird


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munjey86 wrote:Everyone loves dinosaurs, including learning everything about them.


I hate to tell you because it's obvious you put a lot of work into this, but I suspect you're going to get rejected for several reasons.

a - Too many colors - you're limited to six ink colors on your shirt.
b - Your "discover the" is a font, which is prohibited in this derby.
c - Your comp isn't the same as your shirt. Yeah, you have the white one in there, but you also have 15 other shirt colors and schemes. You don't get to print all sixteen choices you show there; you have to pick one.

Lhymes


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Even if this shirt didn't break a number of rules, the whole idea of wearing a shirt that says, "Discover the Dinosaurs"? Even when I was in kindergarden I thought educational shirts geared at children were childish.

sharnar


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Re: Discover the Dinosaurs


ah i love this one gmv i love dinosaurs

cmdixon2


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Lhymes wrote:Even if this shirt didn't break a number of rules, the whole idea of wearing a shirt that says, "Discover the Dinosaurs"? Even when I was in kindergarden I thought educational shirts geared at children were childish.


*giggles*

HoneyShrimp


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Lhymes wrote:Even if this shirt didn't break a number of rules, the whole idea of wearing a shirt that says, "Discover the Dinosaurs"? Even when I was in kindergarden I thought educational shirts geared at children were childish.


So you were the kid that ruined it for everyone else? I see not much has changed. Childish things are the best things in life.

Lhymes


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HoneyShrimp wrote:So you were the kid that ruined it for everyone else? I see not much has changed. Childish things are the best things in life.


Not so. If you'd re-read what I wrote maybe you'd understand. I loved bugs, dinosaurs, robots and the like. Even today not much has changed, however, again, I have always thought educational shirts geared at children were childish attempts at something educational by clueless or disconnected adults. Kids don't need male shirts advertising to learn about something to learn about it.

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