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Irrelevant


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AWESOME!!!

uhhuhhuhhuh


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Just thought 8-bit bombs would look cool.

klswoot


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Re: (W)Right Angle Neutrality



Modern design with an art deco feel along the lines of a Frank Lloyd Wright window or light screen. Thank you for your vote.


mihalis aya


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Re: Pixel roses



A border of pixel roses along the bottom hem gives you an arsty, weird shirt without having to wear giant pixel art plastered large across your torso.

thatrobert


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Re: Mondrianesque



I wanted to something that didn't look all pixelated -- Mondrian-style colored squares does the trick...

EwingKlipspringer


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Re: Grid Iron




Portrait of the Artist As a Minor Household Appliance.




Zeusandhera


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Re: The Earth is Made of Pixels



The Earth is Made of Pixels, it's true if you think about it.

wootvan


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Re: Grid Iron



terrific word play, execution, and low-starch alternative.

klswoot


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Re: Pixel Art Straight from the Brush



Brush-on pixel design. Overlapping colors are shown as well. Fun design on black so that the colors POP!

JadenKale


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Re: Make a Wish



Make a Wish
Make a wish, on my Pixelated Star,
it's 8-bit wonders aren't very far.
All I can say is that the time is here,
to make sure that all your love for it's clear.


yeah yeah... I wrote a dorky poem... but I was bored waiting for the system to let us upload. it's not great or anything, but at least it could be seen as humorous.

OpenDesign


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Re: City Grid



I decided to depart from the traditional idea of pixel art with jagged lines and approached this theme with a simple and clean design in mind. My inspiration actually came from a few years ago when I was bored and drew up pixel art city in ms paint in a similar style. The purpose for me was to create a modern and relevant design that can be worn (almost) anytime and (nearly) anywhere.
Drawn pixel by pixel on a 64x80 grid in the GIMP and then expanded to size--three shades of gray on a brown shirt.
It’s been a while since I’ve entered anything—I appreciate your comments!

-Brendan

ansharp


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Re: Introvert



The quieter, more reflective twin.

ansharp


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Re: I wear my '80s sunglasses at night.



You know you still secretly own a pair (or at least wish you did)!

gradegrubber69


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Re: (W)Right Angle Neutrality



First woot last night, first vote here!!!

Nice design, I can even wear this at my work.

Carol

gradegrubber69

Zeusandhera


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Re: Evolve



Hooray for Earths!

boni


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Re: ...and all I got was this crappy shirt!



Making fun of badly digitized pictures - that's all - not the shirts! :-)

klswoot


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Re: Deco Pixels (on Red)



Another art deco inspired design. Modern and bold. Thank you for your vote.

ansharp


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Re: Extrovert



The crazy in your face twin!

dirtdirt


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Re: All My Friends

Pleased to meet you!

daedalusknight


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Back when I was just a little DaedalusKnight (you know, back in the Bronze Age) there weren't a ton of computers to be had. Oh, sure, there was the occasional IBM-compatible monochrome DOS system that your friend's rich cousin had, but you rarely got to see it and it wasn't all that exciting anyway.

Then, one day, came the Commodore 64, and it seemed like everyone could have computers in their own homes. And not only have computers, but computers that had sixteen whole colors in their displays. It took a bit of saving but I finally managed to scrape together enough birthday and holiday money to get one for myself. And one of the first things I could do with the mystical machine (aside from play Archon and such) was to create simple graphics.

Very simple graphics.

Anyway, one of my first ever attempts at a design was an image of a fox I had drawn. It wasn't very good, to be quite honest, but just seeing my artwork appear on screen (after many hours of trial and error) gave me such a sense of satisfaction that I showed it to everyone I could, including classmates and relatives. That image is long ago lost to a faded floppy disk somewhere (the big, black soft ones that were cutting edge at the time) but when I saw this derby I decided that I'd like to do a whole new fox made up of tiny blocks of color.

I hope you enjoy the result!

Then, one day, came the Commodore 64, and it seemed like everyone could have computers in their own homes. And not only have computers, but computers that has sixteen whole colors in their displays. It took a bit of saving but I finally managed to scrape together enough birthday and holiday money to get one for myself. And one of the first things I could do with the mystical machine (aside from play Archon and such) was to create simple graphics.

Very simple graphics.

Anyway, one of my first ever attempts at a design was an image of a fox I had drawn. It wasn't very good, to be quite honest, but just seeing my artwork appear on screen (after many hours of trial an error) gave me such a sense of satisfaction that I showed it to everyone I could, including classmates and relatives. That image is long ago lost to a faded floppy disk somewhere (the big, black soft ones that were cutting edge at the time) but when I saw this derby I decided that I'd like to do a whole new fox made up of tiny blocks of color.

I hope you enjoy the result!

dirtdirt


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Re: Old Blue



Because you can't have too many skull shirts.

dekonstruct


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Re: Fashion Victim



Miss Peacock, are you free?

Zeusandhera


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Re: Stupid is as Stupid Does



I just watched this movie the other day.

SkekTek


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Re: Man on the Moon- Low Res Version



I designed this as a low-res landing on the moon... Or a moon man hopping in microgravity. Take your pick. Despite the fact that it's entered under "WayneAndGarth"- dangit...

JadenKale


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Re: Pixelated Temptations



An Evil woman's eye enhanced by a single horn. No mouth? No other facial features? No... with an eye and horn, what else do you need? Leave everything else to your imagination... or your nightmares.

Zeusandhera


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Re: Blocked purty scarf



If a rooster was sitting on the top of a barn in the northern hemisphere, looking to the south, which is the same way the peek of the barn's roof ran, and it laid an egg, which way would the egg roll?

dekonstruct


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Re: skullork



Hardcore Eating Utensils

Mrfloyd5933


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Re: Mondrianesque



I was thinking of making an a design similar to this! GET OUT OF MY HEAD! ;) I like it, I am a little worried about it getting hit by the reject machine because of the lines. Than again maybe I am having trouble reading the rules in delirious drugged state (hooray removal of wisdom teeth.

GMV

thatrobert


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Re: (W)Right Angle Neutrality



Beautiful. You and I were obviously thinking along similar lines...

mia3mom


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Re: Fox Blocks



cool fox! nice play with the orange on black

& the Gaggle of Girls; so many shirts, so little space in the dresser!

fillengroovy


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Hope??? Nope. Dope. Nice design though.

klswoot


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Re: Picture This ... Pixel Fish.



Three pixelated fish offered for your viewing pleasure.

fablefire


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Re: The Music Matrix



There is no bassoon.

gravitybound


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Re: Pixel Pattern



Awesome. I love Argyle.

Andy47240


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Re: Pixel Pattern


Good luck to everyone. Lots of good designs already very early!



thatrobert


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Mrfloyd5933 wrote:I was thinking of making an a design similar to this! GET OUT OF MY HEAD! ;) I like it, I am a little worried about it getting hit by the reject machine because of the lines. Than again maybe I am having trouble reading the rules in delirious drugged state (hooray removal of wisdom teeth.

GMV



The "lines" on this shirt are still 1/4" wide blocks, not lines between the blocks.

uhhuhhuhhuh


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I would wear this. Pretty cool!

Discobiscuits


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Re: I Love My Cans.



The cans need more love.

mia3mom


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Re: Pixel Puppy



Our Australian Cattle Dog puppy Ra, pictured here in pixels which were hand-done following this photo I took of our Ra puppy. Adapted to add a giant bone behind him - he's guarding that bone! 6 colors on red

& the Gaggle of Girls; so many shirts, so little space in the dresser!