ThatPoshGirl


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Re: You Got Monologue'd!



This sort of creeps me out. The text looks like ants.

parrotworks


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kylemittskus wrote:There is a typo on your pill bottle. It's "midsummer night's dreams," not "midsummer's night dreams."



Dang. Thanks.

bassanimation


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Re: The Tragic Story of Romeouse and Julirat



Awwwwww...this makes me too sad ;_;. I always love your work, Walmazan, but this hits a little too close to home for me.

Great illustration though, your skills and style are always a joy to see. :D

wallyrit


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kylemittskus wrote:I voted. I love it. But I may not buy one. I'm cocnerned it's too feminine for a dude.



Agreed. It would take a real man to wear this shirt. One confident in his machismo.

kylemittskus


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Re: Know your bard.



There is a typo in your shirt, unfortunately. "During the English Renaissance, a 'Moor' was a term used to refer to dark-skinned people in general." The article "a" before "Moor" denotes singularity, but you follow it with a plural, "people." Either remove "a" or say "a dark-skinned person." Without that change, I cannot, as a good literature major, support this shirt.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

jewelwing


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D3lusional wrote:I would almost vote for it. But alas the distressing ruins it for me.



You can't expect it to look brand new. It is from 1591 after all.

parrotworks


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Re: less tragedy, less side effects



Typo corrected. Thanks for voting.

mighty7sd


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Re: 2B or not 2B...



Shakespeare's Hamlet for electrical/computer engineers and hobbyists. Simple devices made of an OR gate and an inverter it is literally 2B OR not(2B) = ?. That is the question.

arknightmour


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Re: Rest in peace



The Tombstone is back says Ophelia Loved Mother And Wife.

This is incorrect. Ophelia is neither Mother nor Wife. Gertrude was Hamlet's Mother

karamon101


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goatcane wrote:...there are others, but this should come in handy for someone in 10th grade Literature:

antony banquo brutus caesar cassius claudius cleopatra cordelia cornwall desdemona duncan edmund emilia eros gertrude gloucester goneril hamlet hector juliet julius laertes lear macbeth mercutio ophelia oswald othello paris polonius regan roderigo romeo siward titinius




Very Clever. I like the design and all the names... And yes, there is more, but minor characters don't count. They are like the red shirts, sometimes have a name sometimes don't, either way they are doomed to die.

GMV

I'm the root of all that's evil, yeah, but you can call me cookie.

gogododo


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vorteks wrote:The old English here strikes me as wrong. I think even in the bard's day, "Thee" would be "Me" in this sentence (assuming that's what you meant to say). "Thee" refers to the person you're speaking to, so this shirt reads "Do you know yourself?", which I'm guessing isn't what you meant....

Apologies if I'm wrong.



i'm not up with my olde english but the text is suppose to be the skull asking 'do you know me'....

although i kind like the philosophical angle you present with 'do you know yourself'

tjost


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thatrobert wrote:Thanks Andy! You've had some very nice successes along with me. I'm really enjoying experimenting lately -- wish I had a chance to do it more than just once/week!



Not sure, I like it without them at all and just the writing tools lined up but if you need them maybe put them behind the ojects, that velo style trancparency is throwing me a bit. Great job though

goatcane


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karamon101 wrote:Very Clever. I like the design and all the names... And yes, there is more, but minor characters don't count. They are like the red shirts, sometimes have a name sometimes don't, either way they are doomed to die.

GMV



Lol @ Red Shirts... You're absolutely right.

karamon101


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jewelwing wrote:They carry the things lovers need. Like poison.



WOW! This one is fantastic. Shakepearian in design, yet you wouldn't know it unless you remember High School English. I love the distressed look and the design is very beautiful and something Shakespear would have designed him self. GMV

I'm the root of all that's evil, yeah, but you can call me cookie.

LOLcommunism


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http://www.chronique.com/Library/Knights/crispen.htm

Link to the speech if you're interested.


I loved it, and I hope you do too. ;D

Shakespeare for the win!

Would you kindly...

kylemittskus


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Re: The Poet's Weapons



I'm not sure how this shirt is Shakespeare-inspired. It's just writing-inspired.

No one would look that this shirt and say, "Oh, Shakespeare."

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

missmissa07


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Re: The Poet's Weapons



I LOVE this. Simple, super wearable, and excellently done!

therabbit86ed


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http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=43367

olio


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Re: To Be or Not To Be



to be AND not to be may be more accurate here ;)

jasneko


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Re: King of infinite space

Thanks for the comments so far everyone! I'll have limited access to a computer for a few days so I might not respond right away, but I'm glad people are liking it so far!


spilzer


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Re: A Horse! (resub)



Sorry, I took the first one down because I noticed a typo in the shirt comp caption. Doh!

If you liked it before, please vote again. Thanks!

olio


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mighty7sd wrote:Shakespeare's Hamlet for electrical/computer engineers and hobbyists. Simple devices made of an OR gate and an inverter it is literally 2B OR not(2B) = ?. That is the question.



1 (or hi). that is the answer ;)

jewelwing


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Re: William and Company



I just love the mood you've set in this!

thatrobert


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Re: The Poet's Weapons



tjost wrote:Not sure, I like it without them at all and just the writing tools lined up but if you need them maybe put them behind the ojects, that velo style trancparency is throwing me a bit. Great job though

Thanks! I'll experiment some more and see if anything grabs me more than this.

kylemittskus wrote:I'm not sure how this shirt is Shakespeare-inspired. It's just writing-inspired.

No one would look that this shirt and say, "Oh, Shakespeare."

Well, I decided to go "classy" with my title at the last minute -- it was originally going to be "2B or not 2B". You'll notice the pencil is marked "2B" -- so the idea is that you're either using that pencil or something else. You can probably see why I changed the name!

missmissa07 wrote:I LOVE this. Simple, super wearable, and excellently done!

Thank you missmiss!


spilzer


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Re: A Horse! (resub)



Okay, third time's the charm right?

Anyway, please vote once more if you like it.

Thanks!

bassanimation


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Re: Verona Apothecary



This is wonderfully simple, and very pretty! Also a very clever nudge to comedy...or tragedy? Nice work, Jewelwing!

vzfamily


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Re: Verona Apothecary



Love it - but it's on white. With the iron in my water, I cannot do white. Sigh...

spilzer


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Re: The Poet's Weapons



I have to say I think I like the thumbnail better than the full shirt (it really caught my eye!)

Still it's a very nice design, clean and good colors. Great job!

Chessiesmom


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This is one of my favorite Shakespeare speeches. Thanks for doing it so tastefully!

mjc613


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Re: 2B or not 2B...



A similar shirt is already available
http://www.cafepress.com/+womens_light_tshirt,425942203

vzfamily


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LOVE IT - GMV. Just wish it had 'Killing Characters since 1589' on the shirt as well. That line cracked me up!

roofdiver


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Re: Verona Apothecary



Way cool!!! Great job!

LOLcommunism


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Chessiesmom wrote:This is one of my favorite Shakespeare speeches. Thanks for doing it so tastefully!



No problem!

Thank you for liking it! ^ -^! Have a nice day! :D

Would you kindly...

ringod30


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mighty7sd wrote:Shakespeare's Hamlet for electrical/computer engineers and hobbyists. Simple devices made of an OR gate and an inverter it is literally 2B OR not(2B) = ?. That is the question.



This was stolen from a Tanga.com puzzle

bassanimation


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karamon101 wrote:WOW! This one is fantastic. Shakepearian in design, yet you wouldn't know it unless you remember High School English. I love the distressed look and the design is very beautiful and something Shakespear would have designed him self. GMV



Hahaha, we were talking last night about high school English class. The last time I read or saw an actual S'peare play was back then, you know, when dinosaurs with pink bangs and hammer pants roamed the earth. (ok not that long ago)

kylemittskus


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Azurett wrote:This is really neat, but they might consider it off topic; you can't really tell it's about Shakespeare from looking at the shirt. If I were you, I would resubmit right away, and not risk getting rejected and then running out of time.



I completely disagree. I don't like the shirt, but it is inspired by a Shakespearian sonnet. It's abstract, but certainly what they asked for.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

capitalsown


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Re: William and Company



Does anybody find it a little racist that Othello has a fro?
(psst I'm kidding. but still.)

bassanimation


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Re: To be, or not to be?



Excellent illustration work, Patrick! The color combo is a little unpleasing to me (maybe too close to actual bone and blood), but color is one of those things that is hard to pin down with everyone. Also, I think it stands really well without the text. I understand the reasoning for it though. Some people may not get the imagery.

I always dig your skills :D

phrozt


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Re: Know your bard.



Nice idea. Not exactly your typical artsy woot shirt, but I think anyone would get a lot of attention wearing one around.

bassanimation


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Re: King of infinite space



I would buy this shirt right now. In fact, I think I'll just print out the comp and pin it to my chest... -struts around happily-

I LOVE this Jasneko, it is adroablex90000. My Cute Resist HP is drained!!