fablefire


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Re: Fox Pocket



"Fox Pocket"

sonofafish


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omarfeliciano wrote:Great minds think alike They are just different styles, I really like the photorealism style in yours. +1



I was gonna do a tentacley one, but this makes any sub I might make extraneous. Excellent work, looks amazing.

safyrejet


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Re: Calculator Fun!



I see what you did there.

collinvh


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Re: Pocket monster



He looks hungry too!!! :D

collinvh


quality posts: 62 Private Messages collinvh
Re: Ravens Nest



I tried to add a little more into this scene than a pocket. Hope you like the design. Thanks for checking it out.

xtophersd


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garystargazer


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fablefire wrote:"Fox Pocket"



TobiasAmaranth


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Re: Fox Pocket



Silly Falling-Fox, that's not how you use the hole Scissors-Fox made for you! You're supposed to use it like Watcher-Fox and Rump-Fox!

What? You say he made it too low? On purpose? Nah, he wouldn't do that! His buddy Waving-Fox totally vouches for him on this. Maybe you are just clumsy.

No, no no. He's not out to get you! That thing with the star costumes? That wasn't Scissors-Fox! The line broke on its own. It wasn't cut. Just look at it closely and you'll ...

... Oh my god maybe you're right. Maybe he just likes seeing you fall. I mean, you give such a great reaction from it. That's why you're Falling-Fox!

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harantula


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Re: DRAGONS



Hope you like DRAGONSSSS!!






artguyaaron


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Re: Pocket Darkness

I like to think of this as a little dark entity slinking its way out of a pocket.

Lisabeybi


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Love it!!

Lisabeybi


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Re: Hot Pocket



Love it!

Narfcake


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albertoarni wrote:... But, as a Mexican, I have to say it... That is not a real taco! ...


I have to say the same thing. Hard shell = NOT A TACO! Granted, living in SoCal and regularly eating at taquerias or off lunch trucks kind of skews one's view too ...

orabbit


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Re: Elven pocket: I'll hold it for safe keeping.



Beautiful, but isn't this pop culture?

Spiritgreen


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Re: One step closer



These chibi zombies are super creepy! Nice touch with the map. :D

officeink


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Re: Fox Pocket



Totally adorable and funny design! I'd so wear this!

wootbendytoe


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It was only a matter of time.

dave17


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Re: Hide me! Quick!



Great design,but I'd never buy a shirt with that language on it.Pity.

dave17


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collinvh wrote:I tried to add a little more into this scene than a pocket. Hope you like the design. Thanks for checking it out.



Looks great.Too many simple"something sticking out of a pocket"designs so far.Kudos for "thinking outside the pocket"!

azmarayzan


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dave17 wrote:Great design,but I'd never buy a shirt with that language on it.Pity.



I'm sorry you feel that way, but thank you.

kevlar51


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Re: Taco for the Road



Honestly, I absolutely love traditional tacos. For reasons beyond my comprehension, I've got a few good lunch trucks and taquerias near me that serve the real deal (as my FB friends will attest).

But I'm not sure how I could represent a traditional taco on this shirt in a manner that a) the majority of voters would identify as a taco, and b) is physically possible for this design.

In conclusion, I like tacos.

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: Pocket Full Of Zen



I like it

Very different from the usual entries.

Caddywompus


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Re: Wet pocket



This design is my favorite so far, I demand it be in the fog.

Caddywompus


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Re: Pocket Of Holding


Nice stuff, turned out great.

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
orabbit wrote:Beautiful, but isn't this pop culture?



Yes my precious, it is... Gollum... Gollum

Great design BTW

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
fablefire wrote:"Fox Pocket"



Do they get infernally hot on the inside if you put them on the microwave?

Ohh, "Fox pocket". I thought you said "hot pocket"

gonenlisalih


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rglee129 wrote:Excellent work!



Thank you !

gonenlisalih


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Caddywompus wrote:This design needs more love, it turned out great.



Thank you !

edgrrrzzmom


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Re: Perfectly Upside-Down


I'm always up for a clever bat design. Love the smile.

nickmyyou


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Lisabeybi wrote:Love it!



Thank you!

oakenspirit


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Re: Poch Ness Elephant



Thanks for the kind words everyone!


oakenspirit


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Re: Epic Pocket Rescue



Ha! I just gave up on a very similar idea because THIS IS PERFECT. well done ace.


EwingKlipspringer


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Re: Designers Magical Mystery Toolbox



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Designers Magical Mystery Toolbox is a long-running British television programme produced by the BBC that ran from 1974-2007. The programme depicts the adventures of a Designer of a large company who inherits from an old mysterious artist a toolbox filled with magical and mysterious tools. The Designer uses these tools not only to solve artistic problems but also to help ordinary people and right wrongs.

Six artists have headlined the series as the Designer, representing such diverse fields as advertising, marketing, professional art, media consulting, commercial art, and tee shirt design. The transition from one artist to another is written into the plot of the show using plot devices like promotion, retirement, alien abduction, involuntary confinement in a mental institution, and suicide. In each case, the passing along of the Designers Magical Mystery Toolbox--and, equally importantly, an explanation of how the tools work--occurs immediately before the change.

In addition, the tools themselves--which come to life using a mixture of traditional animation, puppetry, costumed little people, stop-action photography, and computer animation--changed over the course of the show’s run, with some tools being introduced to reflect changes in the design world. For example, in the late 1970s Basil the Brush was replaced by Marvin the Magic Marker, and in the early 1980s Sloane the Slide Rule was phased out and replaced with Colin the Calculator, a character who holds the distinction for being the most short-lived. When the show was finally cancelled in 2007, there were five Magical Tools left in the Toolbox:

Pete the Pencil
Timmy the Technical Pen
Simon the Stylus Pen
Phyllis the Photoshop Toolbar
Polly the Pad
...


The Larger Version:


mverc


quality posts: 1 Private Messages mverc
Re: Venus Firefly Trap



A Collab with Collinvh! Thanks Collin the color palette looks great!


omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
paxdomino wrote:Very cool, I love your color choices!



Thanks man. I really fell in love with the color pallet,

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
sonofafish wrote:I was gonna do a tentacley one, but this makes any sub I might make extraneous. Excellent work, looks amazing.



Thanks buddy.

BTW, I've been wanting to let you know that I really like the way you use your logo on each shirt comp every week, applying the colors used on the design to different parts of the fish

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: Venus Firefly Trap



Wow, excellent lightning effects.

collinvh


quality posts: 62 Private Messages collinvh
omarfeliciano wrote:Wow, excellent lightning effects.



Thanks Omar! Seems like an easy target for those plants

frempin


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Re: Hot Pocket



Now this is the epitome of a woot shirt.
Props to you Papageorgio

dkmilburn


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Re: Elven pocket: I'll hold it for safe keeping.



This is one of the BEST pocket designs! Why no pop culture allowed? Please print this sometime in the future anyway; it's amazingly gorgeous.