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noisdois wrote:Your Uncle Walt is GANDALF?!? COOL!!!



"A poet is never late, nor is he early; he arrives precisely when he means to."

- uncle walt

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Re: Sad Panda



Cute! I like it :D

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invisiblecrazy wrote:Methinks someone's just frakking with Joel...



What makes you say that? ...Just curious.

Greatest song ever written about JFK here. NSFW... or children... or anyone who's offended by the idea that JFK might have been a robot... fair warning.

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Re: My Giant Award Winning 8 Bit Weiner



I love your weiner.

ChrisRisse


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karisse wrote:I love your weiner.



Thank you sweety, it aims to please.

daedalusknight


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I really hate to be pimping my shirt again when I already advertised it, but I have a feeling that my design isn't getting much attention because of all the confusion and debate about other entries out there. I'm in fifth place right now and I really hope that I can make it to printing this time as I've had a few close calls before but never actually managed to stick in the final three until the end.

If you like my design, please vote for it. Thanks to everyone who has voted already. I hope everyone's having a great weekend and that things will be all nice and sorted out by Monday.


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Re: Our Best Picture Yet



Finally, a picture of Nessie.

eHalcyon


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redghia69 wrote:Cat on sill


This started as a Mondrian knock-off, but I couldn’t bring myself to stay with the primary colors.... I hope you'll like how it turned out. Placement is “medium-low”, and shifted right as far as wootably possible.

I like cats, what can I say?

Thanks Cho, for sharing the wrinkly shirt template.



I really like that you did something different with the style. My two critiques - not sure about the brown colour you chose for the lines. Looks like it might get lost in the shirt colour. I think I'd also like it better without the pixel-distress.

I like it anyway though.

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You had me at hello with the design, but the color throws it all off for me, unless woot's baby blue is closer to the pale end of the spectrum. I personally would have thrown it onto a creme shirt. So, great design, I'll be rooting for it, but I probably won't buy.

redghia69


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eHalcyon wrote:I really like that you did something different with the style. My two critiques - not sure about the brown colour you chose for the lines. Looks like it might get lost in the shirt colour. I think I'd also like it better without the pixel-distress.

I like it anyway though.



Thanks eHal. The thing with the brown shirt is that it's really dark -- so dark that black has a hard time showing up at all. A lighter brown should show up fine, but it's not a big deal (for this design anyhow) if not so much. I almost left them shirt color.

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Re: Sakura



i think this is a very tasteful design, but from my experience with woot printing, the actual shirt will very likely come out ugly with very thick and stiff ink similar to "the lady in the water."

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This is a great use of the pocket size. This is a design that I really don't see being placed otherwise. Great job! Now all I want is a big print...but nobody else wants those...

mikebrinkerhoff


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I LOVE this one!! It has to get printed!!


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Re: ThreeDee



It does work. Nice job.

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daedalusknight


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Discobiscuits wrote:can i touch it



You want to touch his wiener? :-)


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eHalcyon


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redghia69 wrote:Thanks eHal. The thing with the brown shirt is that it's really dark -- so dark that black has a hard time showing up at all. A lighter brown should show up fine, but it's not a big deal (for this design anyhow) if not so much. I almost left them shirt color.



Yeah, I know about the black-brown problem.

I was going to suggest letting the shirt colour show through but then you would lose the extra line extrusions.

Well, again, I really appreciate how you took the mondrian-esque design in a different design. Good luck, sir. It doesn't look like this particular design is going anywhere, but I'll still be looking forward to your different and artistic approaches to design!

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Mrfloyd5933 wrote:Glad to hear it avoided the rejected status. This one GMV I hope it will make its way the fog. (sorry for giving it my vote, it seems everyone I vote for never makes it up there ;)) So far this is one of my favorite of this derby!



Thanks!

JadenKale


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Re: MADE WITH REAL BUTTER AND FRESH CREAM



I'm so disturbed by this...

JadenKale


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Re: Fox Blocks



this IS rather nice Daed. I like it alot. Grats man on a great idea.

eHalcyon


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daedalusknight wrote:


I'm in fifth place right now and I really hope that I can make it to printing this time as I've had a few close calls before but never actually managed to stick in the final three until the end.



I feel your pain, good sir - doubly so because of the fox. I wish you much luck. You're yet another artist here that I feel should have been printed many times by now.

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phzzt wrote:This is a great use of the pocket size. This is a design that I really don't see being placed otherwise. Great job! Now all I want is a big print...but nobody else wants those...



well if it doesn't work well here, perhaps I'll take it to cafepress. but I'm still holding out hope that it gets some more love

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daedalusknight wrote:You want to touch his wiener? :-)



There's enough to go around.

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Re: The Maze...



The shirt that just encourages everyone to touch your chest for an extended period of time. Please wear with caution!

redghia69


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eHalcyon wrote:Yeah, I know about the black-brown problem.

I was going to suggest letting the shirt colour show through but then you would lose the extra line extrusions.

Well, again, I really appreciate how you took the mondrian-esque design in a different design. Good luck, sir. It doesn't look like this particular design is going anywhere, but I'll still be looking forward to your different and artistic approaches to design!



Ha, that's funny. I missed that in the slogan derby.

You're right -- this one's got no traction, though it's early. It could still finish in the top 100. Other ideas are starting to come, but I think I'll resist. I do like to experiment with different styles, and am seriously having trouble doing that with 5120 pixels.... Could go back to trying the primary colors thing for this, but there are a few "Mondrians" already....

redghia69


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low-rez fork?


A spork is just a low resolution fork, right?

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Re: Wall Pixels



Ok... so this is going to sound pretty stupid... but I need to ask. Is this going to be on the light blue shirt with the darker blue print? I mean... it's not going to be on the dark blue right? Just wondering

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daedalusknight wrote:As far as I know, the only determiner of whether or not you can withdraw your own entry is time. In the first 24 hours after you submit a shirt you can remove it by clicking on the red "X" at the top.



oh i see.

Dhraakellian


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Re: Blue



Tatoos, face paintings, or exposed electronics?

I think I prefer the third option.

My colored box^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H qube has turned dark red^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H brown. I don't really need to show off a list of everything I've wooted anymore, do I?

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Re: 56k glory days



I'd love to see a guy wearing this. XD

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Re: Reversing Time



I wish I could do this all the time! GMV

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Re: Thunderbird



The Thunderbird is a legendary creature in North American indigenous peoples' history and culture. It's considered a "supernatural" bird of power and strength. It is especially important, and richly depicted, in the art, songs and oral histories of many Pacific Northwest Coast cultures, but is also found in various forms among the peoples of the American Southwest and Great Plains.

The Thunderbird's name comes from that common belief that the beating of its enormous wings causes thunder and stirs the wind. The Lakota name for the Thunderbird is Wakį́yą, a word formed from kįyą́, meaning "winged," and wakhą́, "sacred." The Kwakwaka'wakw have many names for the Thunderbird and the Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) called him Kw-Uhnx-Wa. The Ojibwa word for a thunderbird that is closely associated with thunder is animikii, while large thunderous birds are known as binesi.

Across many North America indigenous cultures, the Thunderbird carries many of the same characteristics. It is described as a large bird, capable of creating storms and thundering while it flies. Clouds are pulled together by its wingbeats, the sound of thunder made by its wings clapping, sheet lightning the light flashing from its eyes when it blinks, and individual lightning bolts made by the glowing snakes that it carries around with it. In masks, it is depicted as many-colored, with two curling horns, and, often, teeth within its beak.

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Re: 3,2,1...KA-BOOM!



Hey, I just entered my first shirt design - Reversing Time. I'll vote for yours after I get some allowance to buy something!

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Re: Reversing Time



I like it! GMV.

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chrisvilla wrote:Hey, I just entered my first shirt design - Reversing Time. I'll vote for yours after I get some allowance to buy something!



Hehe, thanks Chris. Congrats on your first entry! Buy something cool...

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Re: CMYK Leakage



Damn, this is one of the few shirts that I would wear...so of course, no votes. Oh well, you got mine!

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Re: ~ Wobot Wuv ~



Wow! Didn't expect to get so many votes. Being in the new hotness today was nice, too! Thanks for the comments & for checking out this design.

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Re: 56k glory days



he he...funny. but no. I think they will reject it because of the nipple reference.

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Re: My Giant Award Winning 8 Bit Weiner



I want to mac on that big daddy.