oakenspirit


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Mavyn wrote:Not as embarrassing as spending a few awkward minutes trying to hold a pen the same way. ;)



I bet that was comedy gold!


Spiritgreen


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Re: Byte (inspired by Android Jones)



Could be worn as a Fox McCloud fan, a sci-fi nut, or just an appreciator of good art. (I particularly like the color transition).

Print!

Spiritgreen


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Re: The Watchers



Amazing colors and retro grit. GMV.

Mavyn


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oakenspirit wrote:I bet that was comedy gold!



Fortunately, there were no witnesses.

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stonefry


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Re: May the schwartz be with you



GMV. I love it!

leslieh01


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Oops. This supposed to be the classic BSG. The Cylon ships were roundish while the new ones are cresentish shaped. I'll change the lazer colors. I'd like to improve this design in other ways too. Thanks!

FoxSonic wrote:Not being sure which version of BSG this is from. If this from the classic ver, then I see a color problem. the Cylons in the classic series used blue bolts while the Colonials used red bolts. IOW, the colors on the laser bolts are reversed. Just sayin'. = 3



Mavyn


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leslieh01 wrote:Thx! This is supposed to be a salute to Mr McQuarrie for working on Battlestar Galactica. What can I do to improve my designs? I'm all ears!! I wanna improve!



Making sure to read the rules will help. When you need to post 'inspired by' and don't, it can hurt your chances, especially when it gets your design rejected so you have to fix something and resubmit.

In terms of 'tee marketing'...I can't offer advice on subject matter, since that's all over, but there are some basics to keep in mind. It's going on a body, which means bumps and ribs and such. Designs that are too big get distorted, designs that are too small get lost. Designs that are small and dead centered across the upper half are often not going to get votes from girls, since it focuses attention on bewbs.

And, participate on the pre-derby discussion. It helps. Other artists (and voters/buyers) can give you feedback that will help you.

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zonkeyArt


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tgentry wrote:Haha, that is clever. I get why it's on baby blue but I wouldn't mind seeing it on Navy or something.



I'd be more than happy to put on multiple colours, but I haven't been on the site long enough to know how. I could see it on several of the offered colours. I put up new submissions on navy and cranberry.

rachelor


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Re: Astro Alien Creep



Love it!

windwounder


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leslieh01 wrote:McQuarrie for work on Battlestar Galactica. He designed the Viper.



I kind of like the display picture of the Viper on the diagonal rather than the actual shirt's straight on design. It gives it that flying look instead of a static look to me.

WootEngineer


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Re: Fragment




Nice!

thatquietgir1


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Re: Acting on Electric Impulse



diggin the style on this one!

oakenspirit


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Re: Acting on Electric Impulse



Here is the new hand for all you voters on the fence!!! NOW LET THE VOTING FRENZY COMMENCE!!!

;)


jasneko


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Re: Jump
thatrobert wrote:You captured the Moebius look very nicely. When my kids saw the cat up there, they busted out laughing. Thanks for the smile!

Thanks thatrobert! And glad to hear the cat amused your kids!



leslieh01


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windwounder wrote:I kind of like the display picture of the Viper on the diagonal rather than the actual shirt's straight on design. It gives it that flying look instead of a static look to me.



Thanks for the imput! As I improve my Illustrator skills, I might be able to make one that ShirtWoot will accept. Im so excited about learning new techniques!

thatquietgir1


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Re: Gigeresque Nightmare



Idk how I missed this before, amazing work +1

leslieh01


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Thanks for your input and advice!

Mavyn wrote:Making sure to read the rules will help. When you need to post 'inspired by' and don't, it can hurt your chances, especially when it gets your design rejected so you have to fix something and resubmit.

In terms of 'tee marketing'...I can't offer advice on subject matter, since that's all over, but there are some basics to keep in mind. It's going on a body, which means bumps and ribs and such. Designs that are too big get distorted, designs that are too small get lost. Designs that are small and dead centered across the upper half are often not going to get votes from girls, since it focuses attention on bewbs.

And, participate on the pre-derby discussion. It helps. Other artists (and voters/buyers) can give you feedback that will help you.



collinvh


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Mavyn


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barr261 wrote:Not seeing the theme??? Hello? Star Trek: The Original Series! The red shirts were the ones who were most likely to be killed (73%).



Which has what to do with the Sci-Fi art styles?

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Enedlhach


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Re: Circle of Life (h.r. giger & w. disney)



I like the idea! However the edge of the white bg on the right side of the shirt is bothering me. Make sure to blend that out in your final version.

drfatpeople


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I'm resubmitting this with a better image.

Re: Trike



DONE


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After a moments thought, I saw that this seemed to be Adam Strange
from DC comics...and not sure if I remember correctly, written by Gardener Fox (?).

sonofafish


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In case anyone is curious, full artwork here.

jmmullenix


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This is awesome!

jmmullenix


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beautiful design!

jmmullenix


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How fun and I LOVE the color!

marceepauff


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Re: Biomechanoid



Purty.

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marceepauff


quality posts: 14 Private Messages marceepauff
Re: Necronomicat



I am anti-cat as a general rule with regard to the derby, but this is simply amazing. +1

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marceepauff


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Re: Illumination



Gorgeous work.

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marceepauff


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Re: Byte (inspired by Android Jones)



Very well done, sir. +1

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marceepauff


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Re: Abyss 2099



Super unique style. Like this one a lot! +1

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drfatpeople


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Inspired by Doug Chiang

Re: Long Range Rover



kylemittskus


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Re: Fragment



Sorry, but what's Sci-Fi about a fragmented owl?

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

kylemittskus


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Re: May the schwartz be with you



Star Wars or not, this seems like an unoriginal idea that has no parody at all. Or am I missing something?

"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

kylemittskus


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Enedlhach wrote:Thanks for the comments. Having only discovered that I could draw about 3 months ago, I am really excited to be in the fog!



You should probably not stop drawing.

"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

spikeani


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DONE wrote:After a moments thought, I saw that this seemed to be Adam Strange
from DC comics...and not sure if I remember correctly, written by Gardener Fox (?).



You are correct but good eye. But another website reminded me it look like Star Fox. I completely forgot about that character. oh well. it was fun while it lasted. lol

farlyfs


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Re: "DROID" inspired by Ralph McQuarrie




Inspired by Ralph McQuarrie. I love robot

Enedlhach


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kylemittskus wrote:Star Wars or not, this seems like an unoriginal idea that has no parody at all. Or am I missing something?



It's a spaceballs version of this
http://www.secretly-important.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/kg_mcquarrie-004.jpg

flattopfrank


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dawnao wrote:AWESOME!!



taternuggets wrote:Love it.



j5 wrote:+3



rachelor wrote:Love it!



Thank everyone for the love. Much appreciated!!!

flattopfrank


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