mcobutte


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Depends on the symbol, Islamic, Jewish, native American, environmental(climate change) etcetera you could get sued, but Christianity is open season for most people(curiously)

daveinwarshington


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pewpdawg wrote:Perhaps the And and To could be lower-case?


I thought about that...

Really, I have no idea what I'm doing & I'm shocked it got over 3 votes...

I won't enter another shirt until I figure out how to show it on a shirt, using one of the free apps I have (Gimp or Paint.net).

I've got lots of shirt ideas but... not much talent.....


thatquietgir1


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Re: Dark Magic



Nice one!

spikeani


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Inatangle wrote:Well, I'll be. At the moment, this version is twice as popular as the other one. I guess aCraig was right.



You have a message

lucky1988


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Re: Coffee Science



Lovely characters and love the hand drawn textures. +1

giraffalot


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acraigl wrote:Any chance you can create a smaller signature? Kinda overwhelming, particularly on mobile.



done

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giraffalot


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Re: The Experiment


But isn't this placement outside the print area on the shirt as specified in the woot template document? Just asking, because it looks like it is

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giraffalot


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Re: Because Science

I like the simplicity, and the three items, but really don't like the font. May just be my personal taste

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Re: Zombie Antidote


I almost missed this because the thumbnail isn't as nice as the whole image. Just sayin. Love the contrast between zombies and office dude.

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Re: That Explains a Lot

Is this a clever reference to The Princess Bride??

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Re: Mind blown

Cute illustration. Do you illustrate your own text or is it a font?

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Re: Wise in the ways of Science

So is Monty Python popular around here? How did that happen? What about Blackadder?

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acraigl


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giraffalot wrote:I like the simplicity, and the three items, but really don't like the font. May just be my personal taste



That's cool, not gonna be for everyone I guess.

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Inatangle


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Re: Science Dress Code ver.2



spikeani wrote:You have a message



You've got one back.

mcobutte


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Re: The Experiment



I wonder if there a cat-alyst in this experiment, helping to make it work?

simic


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ochopika wrote: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!



A Cookie-what???
All I see is a big blue spider with goggles!

walmazan


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giraffalot wrote:Cute illustration. Do you illustrate your own text or is it a font?



I try to do my text always by hand

rasabi


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giraffalot wrote:So is Monty Python popular around here? How did that happen? What about Blackadder?



Haven't seen any blackadder designs! Monty Python will always hold a place in the hearts of the wootilites.

Narfcake


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simic wrote:A Cookie-what???
All I see is a big blue spider with goggles!


Heh!

(For the less aware, this rejected design was where the "interpretation" originated from.)

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Inatangle


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Re: "How it Works"



jnolen85 wrote:Thanks for the kind words! I am glad you like it :D



I just sent you a PM

Inatangle


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Re: C is for Chemistry



Narfcake wrote:Heh!

(For the less aware, this rejected design was where the "interpretation" originated from.)



After seeing the above rejected design, I'm amazed that This Derby entry hasn't gotten the boot--- for copyright reasons. How can Shirt Woot Not get into trouble if this prints?

acraigl


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Narfcake wrote:Heh!

(For the less aware, this rejected design was where the "interpretation" originated from.)



Saw the reference from simic's design last time but didn't know the origin so thanks for that Narf.

I have a feeling until they staff up, we're not going to see many interim DQ's.

Good luck everyone!

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benjaminleebates


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giraffalot wrote:Is this a clever reference to The Princess Bride??



Yup! And yup.

benjaminleebates


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Inatangle wrote:Great design! You could have put a unicorn in there also... gmv



I saw one other shirt that was similar that referenced religion and unicorns... I avoided these on purpose.

benjaminleebates


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ccody156 wrote: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.



Woot avidly avoids religiosity when it can.

BigWindy5903


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Re: Essential Elements



Ugh. I really wanted this shirt....

Narfcake


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BigWindy5903 wrote:Ugh. I really wanted this shirt....


Ah, but it did print in last week's event!

Essential Elements

(This will be available again when it enters the catalog in about a week.)

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