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Stormink


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Re: Shoot for the Mooooon



This Brian guy clearly didn't know the difference in distance between the stars and the moon... what a tool!

Hehehe... My favorite part is the little earth he came from. (oh and the little things around his head!)

DeadFrog


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Re: Big Brother Is Watching You



This is really good stuff. I love the expressions on the chameleons! Great Job!

perryn


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Re: eye for an eye



Yeah, I didn't see that one. I just found this quote like this on a quote site somewhere. Not sure if there's an alternate version. I'll check some of Gandhi's bootlegs for that alternate demo version.

tillerrw


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notyoupfft wrote:It ended up on Cameesa



Thanks. That is a great shirt.

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CrescentDebris


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briannyc128 wrote:Go Banana!

Everyone knows Grapefruit wins that battle.



I love that episode.

"It tastes like burning!"

Great illustration again. I like the colors on it too. And its just odd enough to be interesting without really caring what the story behind it is. And anyone that asks, I would indeed just say "Go banana!"

JadenKale


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Stormink wrote:This Brian guy clearly didn't know the difference in distance between the stars and the moon... what a tool!

Hehehe... My favorite part is the little earth he came from. (oh and the little things around his head!)



BWAHAHAHAHA!!! If you knew who gave me the idea, you'd laugh even more at that quote XD


Yeah, I had an extra color open and even though it was hinted that I not draw in the earth, it only made sense to me to give the proper trajectory. Plus, it made the swirly things around his head stand out.

Stormink


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erei wrote:You aren't the first person to point this out to me! this seems to have a creepy magic eye trick, it wasn't intentional but maybe I should say it is hoho



They'll never know... unless of course they read this thread.

hbanzapan


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imsochady wrote:Yes! This should solve our energy crisis!



and possibly overpopulation! lol

Stormink


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perryn wrote:I'll check some of Gandhi's bootlegs for that alternate demo version.



LOL! Thank you for that.

ressamac


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Re: A Tall Ship and a Star to Steer Her By



I love this design. Tall ships have always fascinated me. Hope your ship goes into the "fog".

darthapo


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Re: A Tall Ship and a Star to Steer Her By



From my Grandfather's favorite poem:

"I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky,
And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by,
And the wheel's kick and the wind's song and the white sail's shaking,
And a gray mist on the sea's face, and a gray dawn breaking.

I must go down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide
Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied;
And all I ask is a windy day with the white clouds flying,
And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the sea-gulls crying.

I must go down to the seas again, to the vagrant gypsy life,
To the gull's way and the whale's way, where the wind's like a whetted knife;
And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover,
And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over."



-- John Masefield

I hope you like it!

NYCtShirt


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erei wrote:Oh! You beat me to it using this quote~

I almost wish it was on a different color shirt though, maybe because the bee is only yellow + black?



Thanks for feedback. I entered a new one on gray with more image.. enjoy!

krisrobinson


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buriedwreckage


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Re: Big Brother Is Watching You



Stunning.. and I love the choice of colours.

suse


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Re: A Tall Ship and a Star to Steer Her By



This is very beautiful. Lovely poem as well.

picasserole


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notyoupfft wrote:um. or you could just edit the post? and not directly resub entries. I'm sad to see that this will probably be rejected because i think it's cool looking.


like your choice of user-name, as for the rest...hey, whatever!

buriedwreckage


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Re: A Tall Ship and a Star to Steer Her By



Simple yet beautiful.

jasneko


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imsochady wrote:I think i'll just kiss the frog wearing the crown, and hope she's a princess instead, because that'd be weird me kissing a male frog. Sweet design!



You could do that... or you could tell the ladies that YOU'RE the prince!;)
Thanks!


emp1346


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Re: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil



how so... unoriginal...

hbanzapan


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JadenKale wrote:


it IS rather close.



ha

kdubbs29


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icymallard wrote:hoho, i thought it was you!

nice



Yep, its me. Though, I must admit, I was not at all inspired this week. This was just thrown together to have something.

eHalcyon


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Stormink wrote:This Brian guy clearly didn't know the difference in distance between the stars and the moon... what a tool!

Hehehe... My favorite part is the little earth he came from. (oh and the little things around his head!)



My favourite part is the cow. Nice reference to the nursery rhyme, so it's like two quotations in one design.

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RaefWolfe


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rphinney wrote:For some reason, these iguanas remind me of the iguana Simba was playing with in The Lion King right before the wildebeest stampede. Also, the overall theme of the shirt makes me thing of Lion King (aged iguana in the sky keeping watch over baby iguana). Therefore, I like this shirt. =]



Chameleons, actually, like someone already mentioned. Veiled chameleons. The smaller one appears to be a juvenile, given the proportions (compare here to here), compared to the one on top, adding to the 'big brother is watching' effect.

/herp nut.

mrwednesday


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JadenKale wrote:I think they were commenting on the fact that the only shirts that have been printed of DF's were those in this exact scratchy style.



Exactly my thoughts but more so it's the lack of anything even remotely original and rehashed placement. The LWW shirt had a lion a witch and a wardrobe. The beginning shirt had turtles and a vial of ooze. This is pretty much a direct copy of anything that's ever been produced of "see/hear/speak no evil."

I loved rain dance because it took thought and creativity. This is just bottom of the barrel for creativity and originality. It is however the height of pandering so good luck I guess.

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Re: Muhammed Ali



I LOVE butterflies and I really want an Orange shirt! Very cool take on the adage. :D

godslinger


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Re: All art is an imitation of nature.



WOW! Very beautiful!

JadenKale


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eHalcyon wrote:My favourite part is the cow. Nice reference to the nursery rhyme, so it's like two quotations in one design.



I know... isn't that the best part about it? XD

sbaszto


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aww... le petit prince! Fabulous quote! (and very nice sheep) would have been nice to see a crate too.

mrwednesday


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Re: 1928. Caged Inspiration.



I kind of like the idea of the sequel but it really doesn't capture the serendipity and charm of the original. The juxtaposition of the mouse and the coins into a "eureka" moment was pretty amazing. This is just too contrived for my taste especially since the other had realism on its side as well.

eaglebeagle


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Re: Life is Wasted on the Living



hoho, awesomes!

TBird89


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Re: 2 Bee or Not 2 Bee



There is about 2 bee no bee.

I know, I know... This is the fourth image for the same quote.

But mine is better :P... hopefully.

I hope you like it.

swedishchef1


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Once again, a lonely white whale waits for that faithless sailor to ring her...

eHalcyon


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mrwednesday wrote:Exactly my thoughts but more so it's the lack of anything even remotely original and rehashed placement. The LWW shirt had a lion a witch and a wardrobe. The beginning shirt had turtles and a vial of ooze. This is pretty much a direct copy of anything that's ever been produced of "see/hear/speak no evil."

I loved rain dance because it took thought and creativity. This is just bottom of the barrel for creativity and originality. It is however the height of pandering so good luck I guess.



I agree with this statement, just not the suggestion that DF is a "one trick pony". I'm disappointed that this design was even submitted, let alone in the fog. Not only is it just like any other "___ no evil" design, but it's also just like DF's Narnia design. Using a recognizable style is one thing, but this is just a bit too close for comfort.

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AyCee


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Re: Muhammed Ali



This is such a pretty design c:

benjaminleebates


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Re: A good man...



Who doesn't like a shirt with a puzzle on it, come on, it's like walking a puppy...
Figure it out.

riffmaster18


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Re: A tree falls the way it leans



I shot this tree this Spring at a park in Michigan...
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eHalcyon


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imsochady wrote:Yes! This should solve our energy crisis!



Not in the USA.

ZING.

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Re: Love is like a virus



“Love is like a virus. It can happen to anybody at any time.” ~Maya Angelou

Frostbiter


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Re: The early bird...



Great idea!

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I am wondering, why is there grass? Isn't the poem talking about a SNOWY evening? Shouldn't there be snow on the ground?