Derby #194: Science Fair
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C6 H12 O6 - not all marshmallows like being sugar

C6 H12 O6 - not all marshmallows like being sugar
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awlwren


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Re: C6 H12 O6 - not all marshmallows like being sugar


This is really cute, but hard to see at first glance. Maybe if you moved the C3 further down to give it that classic hexagonal shape?

killmak


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I love it!

areca77


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killmak wrote:I love it!


Thanks! It's one of those projects that I'm sure every kid in the US did as a part of beginning chem or science... ha ha those were the days

areca77


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awlwren wrote:This is really cute, but hard to see at first glance. Maybe if you moved the C3 further down to give it that classic hexagonal shape?


I was debating on this too and I was even going to do a V2 Resub because your comment but then I figured that a little kid & marshmallows would be imperfect.

But I must say, I loved your suggestion because I was pondering the same thing.

mvwade


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The colors of the marshmallows seem too close together to distinguish carbon from oxygen and hydrogen. If you see someone walking around with this shirt on, its going to look like a bunch of squares in a random design. However, great idea, just wish it was more distinguishable.

michael wade

areca77


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mvwade wrote:The colors of the marshmallows seem too close together to distinguish carbon from oxygen and hydrogen. If you see someone walking around with this shirt on, its going to look like a bunch of squares in a random design. However, great idea, just wish it was more distinguishable.


I can see that being a problem for some but i was basing the colors off of real marshmallows. I remember how special the colored ones were when I was little and whenever I did this project in middle school they were all pastel colors.

I also like the more vintage feel the colors give. Thanks for the suggestion/comment... if anything the indistinguishable colors will evoke curiosity

mfrugoli17


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areca77 wrote:I can see that being a problem for some but i was basing the colors off of real marshmallows. I remember how special the colored ones were when I was little and whenever I did this project in middle school they were all pastel colors.

I also like the more vintage feel the colors give. Thanks for the suggestion/comment... if anything the indistinguishable colors will evoke curiosity


no offense but....your not very good at taking suggestions. those few things would make your tshirt much better, esspecially about fixing the shape of the structure. I cant even recognize it as a sugar molecule.... The point of this shirt is that other people need to recognize what its supposed to be. it doesn't matter that a child's project would be imperfect, you should make it perfect so that its recognizable. also...i think it would be better if the marshmallows were a bit smaller because right now its hard to make out what the shape is supposed to be because they're too big.

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