Inatangle


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Re: Uuuuh...



lol! I'm periodly unsure most of the time!

Inatangle


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Re: Zombie Antidote




Yeeeeeeeeeeeks! Scary thumbnail... Good for Halloween!

mcobutte


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Re: How Giraffes Work



Oh oh, this is great but, this week no cats, even meerkats?

rasabi


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Narfcake wrote:Have we been able to recreate MPatHG in its entirety through shirts yet? If not yet, we need to.



While brainstorming for this derby I thought of a few angles I haven't seen on shirts (gasp!)... filed away for later...

@Greeneking - I'm game if you're ever around Seattle area! What I lack in drinking prowess I more than make up for in my ability to quote Monty Python.

MissyCorey


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Inatangle wrote:Bill Nye, the Science Fly?



I almost named it that but was worried it might get rejected for infringement if it had "Bill Nye" written on it

thatquietgir1


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Re: Vote. Period.



So dimensional, great work on the details!

Spiritgreen


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Re: Teach The Controversy



Great style, I love that you set the colors off register too. +1

calbers76


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simic wrote:They totally made a request for you to make this in the derby description.



Hahaha! And a day after I submitted this I could think of at least 2 more rows of characters I should have added.

ENarciso


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Re: Dark Magic




I love this shirt so, so, so, so much.

calbers76


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greeneking


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Re: "How it Works"



Hahahaa this reminds me of all the household appliances in The Flintstones

greeneking


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rasabi wrote:While brainstorming for this derby I thought of a few angles I haven't seen on shirts (gasp!)... filed away for later...

@Greeneking - I'm game if you're ever around Seattle area! What I lack in drinking prowess I more than make up for in my ability to quote Monty Python.



@rasabi Upstate NY here...bit of a hike from you but yes, I can give you a run for your money in Python quotes, been practicing for yeeeears...

mcobutte


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Re: Wise in the ways of Science



With all the Monty Python references, just a heads up, coming soon the movie READY PLAYER ONE, that if they follow the book, we will see lots of use of HolyGrail

transformingegg


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Re: Nature's Recycling



The simplicity and texture of this make for such a beautiful design. Great job!

simic


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calbers76 wrote:HAHAHAHA! Well done!



acraigl wrote:That's awesome. Your design just bumped a bit with that reference. Nice job simic!



Thanks!
I've been itching to use a Monty Python reference for a long time.

simic


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acraigl wrote:Not sure what juiced you, but your entries have been really top-notch lately. Another fantastic example here. +1



Seriously!
Every week, I'm like "Oh, did Patrickspens make this one?" *click* "OHHH, S***! TRANSFORMINGEGG MADE IT!!!"

fishbiscuit5


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thatquietgir1 wrote:So dimensional, great work on the details!



Thank you!











kg07


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Spiritgreen wrote:Great style, I love that you set the colors off register too. +1


Thanks!


csl312


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acraigl wrote:I get the punchline, but not the joke. What formula is that?



This is Gaus's law, one of Maxwell's equations. It is a calculation of electric field flux.

acraigl


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csl312 wrote:This is Gaus's law, one of Maxwell's equations. It is a calculation of electric field flux.



Ah, gotcha. Thanks.

VOTE! >>

yazmoq


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Inatangle wrote:When I was in high school, I had a lab partner just like this one... actually though, I was quite similar, lol

It's nice to see a dog in the Derby! gmv



Thanks a lot Intangle! Had a very busy week, managed to get an hour or so to make something for this derby.

Dartanth


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Re: Sound of Science



This would be better in any color other than black.

spikeani


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Inatangle wrote:Aha! Apparently, a mad scientist is afoot...!



yep he's a jeep.

jnolen85


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Inatangle wrote:I am sad that this one doesn't have more votes. I think it's my top favorite in this Derby... and I'd love to own it. Pretty please everybody... give this one a second look!



Thanks for the kind words! I am glad you like it :D

pewpdawg


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Re: The last resort



Perhaps the And and To could be lower-case?

malapua


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Re: C is for Chemistry



Love everything about the cute design!

rasabi


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mcobutte wrote:With all the Monty Python references, just a heads up, coming soon the movie READY PLAYER ONE, that if they follow the book, we will see lots of use of HolyGrail



Yup. It is a cornucopia of references from what I've read of it. Someday I'll finish, as I tend to pick up 12 books at one time...

jasneko


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Re: The Experiment

I'm a sucker for chemistry labware, and these colors. Just lovely!

jasneko


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Re: Coffee Science

Cheery and appealing! <3

Spiritgreen


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Re: C is for Chemistry



This is the best way I've ever seen CM's fur drawn. Argh, I love your style lucky. :^)

collinvh


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Re: The Experiment



It's been a long time since I've received such great comments. Thank you:

acraigl
thatrobert
taternuggets
Inatangle
Narfcake
jnolen85
fishbiscuit5
jasneko

Very nice comments from some great woot artists and community members. That's a win in itself

Also, a special thanks to my grade school science teacher, Mr. Dick Bender. Yeah it's a little unfortunate, his name and all, but one great science teacher. Thanks Dick.

ochopika


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Staff

Narfcake wrote:No arguments here. Indeed, the line is not clear, as it also varies between IP/trademark holders. Some are more likely to serve C&Ds than others.

Since I don't foresee Woot going down the licensing route like Ramy did in the past year, all I can say is tread carefully when it comes to referencing IP; there's always a chance of rejection.



Yup. This one is really pushing it. I might be more strict about this if everyone starts making cookie-monster-with-goggles designs. It sounds capricious because it is. Do it at your own risk!

kellabell9


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Re: The Knowledge Game



Awesome!

kellabell9


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Re: Teach The Controversy



Love the style!!!

kellabell9


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Re: Laughing Gas



lol very clever ;)

kellabell9


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kellabell9


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Re: The Gravity Of The Situation



this is so cute GMV

Bufo808


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Re: C is for Chemistry



Great dedign!!!!

ccody156


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Re: Science Ruins Everything



Forget adding unicorns and wands.
If you're going to go that far; take the next (ahem) LOGICAL step and place a few religious symbols.