KenSPT wrote:I don't think this should have been rejected in the first place. Woot knew what color you were going for; they knew the shirt was supposed to be baby blue, so why make you redo it? Just print the darn shirt on baby blue if it wins. I mean, when actually printing the shirt the color on the shirt comp doesn't matter a bit.
Oh, and don't tell me that it's because if people buy the shirt they're not going to know the color. When the shirt's for sale the color is going to be clear as day on the front page.
It was a stupid rejection.
I agree. It should have been rejected for having already been done.
Although woot has a precedent of rejecting shirts for not being the right color, so stupid rejection or not, it's a more stupid derbyist who doesn't try for accuracy. Woot provides a template, Jack has a template out there, and Cho has provided one also. Between the three, a veteran derby competitor should have an accurate color swatch.