Jennzilla


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acraigl wrote:Gorgeous, halftone magic!



Thank you! I used to hate halftoning - now it's like a fun challenge.

Jennzilla


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Re: There once was a man from Nantucket...



I keep looking at this and laughing. Tee hee.

agingdragqueen


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lonelypond wrote:There's a shriveled twig in the bud vase, I'm guessing.



Yes! I love it. And immortality is in the trunk (no one really likes him).

Jennzilla


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Re: I speak for the trees...



Aww, I love this!

Narfcake


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kg07 wrote:Thanks inatangle! it's like some weird politically correct spell checking device.


Woot has forum word filters for the longest while that changes potentially PG-13+ words to something kinder. Unintentional consequences like this does occur, however.

Currently, candy is used for the substitutes. My favorite was the Animaniacs set, though.

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jupilberry


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Re: A Coffee Haiku



I just want to know how you got coffee rings on the refrigerator door?

jasneko


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Re: Why the caged bird sings

The caged bird sings with
A fearful trill of things unknown
But longed for still and his
Tune is heard on the distant hill
For the caged bird sings of freedom.

fishbiscuit5


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jupilberry wrote:I just want to know how you got coffee rings on the refrigerator door?



How do you NOT get them on the door? Coffee everywhere!











Jessara


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Re: Purple cow


Awww. The first poem I ever learned.

acraigl


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Re: The Highwayman Comes Riding



Wow! Beautiful art.

VOTE! >>

KitKat10


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Re: Roses Are Red 2



Just resubmitted this on a lighter shirt color. Looks much better! A little late in the game, though. Thanks for the suggestion, Fishbiscuit!

kg07


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Re: Burning Bright - The Tyger, William Blake


Love the use of negative space merging into the shirt color. gmv


kg07


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Re: Song of Ilion



Ha! If the ancient Greeks had modern social media, maybe they would not have needed to invent representative democracy and we would not have Trump in 2017. GMV


kg07


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Re: because I could not stop for death



I love the content over style submissions! (NOT criticizing the technical aspect of the art, but I love the scribbled shirt outline used for the larger image). Please keep submitting to the derbies. GMV


kg07


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Re: Helter Shelter



Nice job on the poem! a nice (optimistic) shirt for the first week of 2017. I like the way the images on the left barely show, but recommend increasing the contrast for the print file as I have purchased a couple of shirts on woot that look great on my screen, but the contrast does not allow the image to show properly on the actual shirt- just my 2 cents based on a couple of purchases.-(great job on the turtle as well!) +1


kg07


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Re: Wednesday's child is full of woe


Super creepy. Really nicely done! +!


kg07


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Re: A Visit from St. Nicholas


This is a nice idea. If it does not print, you might resubmit next year when the holiday derbies roll around. Also, you could take advantage of the outside shape of the text to represent some sort of holiday image.


kg07


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Re: Sidewalk Ends...


Nice job on setting a very creepy mood here- made me immediately think of Veniss Underground by Vandermeer. +1


kg07


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Ha! I do not know why I love this design, but it is awesome and I want to buy one- maybe because it is so weird. Great job! +1


acraigl


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kg07 wrote:Nice job on the poem! a nice (optimistic) shirt for the first week of 2017. I like the way the images on the left barely show, but recommend increasing the contrast for the print file as I have purchased a couple of shirts on woot that look great on my screen, but the contrast does not allow the image to show properly on the actual shirt- just my 2 cents based on a couple of purchases.-(great job on the turtle as well!) +1



Noted, thanks kg. I'll do something there to ensure it shows up (though was definitely going for the subtle thing). Thanks also for the comments on the turtle. I was hoping that was going to do better, but I'm really happy with how it turned out. I appreciate the feedback!

VOTE! >>

agingdragqueen


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kg07 wrote:I love the content over style submissions! (NOT criticizing the technical aspect of the art, but I love the scribbled shirt outline used for the larger image). Please keep submitting to the derbies. GMV



Legit, my fav compliment.

kg07


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Re: You killed Han


A late submission inspired by watching the movie with the kids again earlier this evening. Happy New Years to all!


calbers76


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Re: Darth Poetry Jam



Love it! I was going to make a comment here about Rogue One, but it was a spoiler. So I'll refrain.

kellabell9


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Re: O Captain!



I love this +1

cdrewlow


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Re: Invictus



Sorry I'm late...
based on Invictus by William Ernest Henley:

Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.

In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced nor cried aloud.
Under the bludgeonings of chance
My head is bloody, but unbowed.

Beyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the Horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds and shall find me unafraid.

It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate,
I am the captain of my soul.

cdrewlow


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Re: Song of Ilion



Haha! Brilliant, Omar.

cdrewlow


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Jennzilla


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kg07 wrote:Love the use of negative space merging into the shirt color. gmv



Thank you!!

Jennzilla


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transformingegg wrote:Yeah! Yours is fantastic! GMV!



Aww, thanks! I love your tyger's glasses. They're super hipster chic.

CallMeTex


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Re: Song of Ilion


I'm DYING here!! Please make this; I want one!!!

CrumblinCookie


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TruBluTopaz


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Second best scan of poetry ever:
"...They dined on mince, and slices of quince,
   Which they ate with a runcible spoon;
And hand in hand, on the edge of the sand,
   They danced by the light of the moon,
             The moon,
             The moon,
They danced by the light of the moon."

Best line:
"In Xanadu did Kubla Khan
A stately pleasure dome decree..."


Trublutopaz, Queen of the Nil (sic)

greeneking


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Re: Words to live by....289 years later



From "The Beggar's Opera", John Gay, 1728

Inatangle


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Re: Burning Bright - The Tyger, William Blake



voolan1180 wrote:OH I hope this prints!



Me too. This is amazing nothing better than wearable art!

Inatangle


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Re: Words to live by....289 years later



greeneking wrote:From "The Beggar's Opera", John Gay, 1728



One of my all time favorite tunes happens to be from the Beggar's Opera... Lillabolero (not sure about the spelling of it.) It was the signature song of a recorder quartet I used to play with in high school... thanks for the memory. gmv

Inatangle


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Re: Being Single Socks



I believe that this is your own original design--- but you seem to have it for sale on Red Bubble. As far as I know, Derby entries can't be offered for sale on another website, even if it's your own design. They are supposed to be original submissions.

I would have voted for it otherwise... cute design.

Inatangle


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Re: Purple cow



When I was little, my Dad used to tell me stories at bedtime about a boy named Chester and his purple cow who was named Bossy. All of his Chester & Bossy stories ended with Chester & Bossy going out together for an ice cream soda... lol! I wish my Dad was still alive so I could show him this funny design! gmv

PS. And I definitely would have bought it for him if it printed... he loved wearing unusual tee shirts!

Inatangle


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Re: The Highwayman Comes Riding



Well done! This shirt deserves to print, imho

Inatangle


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Re: Roses Are Red 2



In answer to your shirt... Maybe you'd better hope that I don't have anything better to do. After all, I'm checking out YOUR derby entry, right? :D :D :D

(Yes, I did vote for it!)

Inatangle


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Re: Fearful Symmetry



What's this? A near sighted tiger? lol gmv