WanderingRaccoon


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Re: Gravity



What a gorgeous design! Unfortunately, you're showing it as being outside the area of the shirt that woot actaully prints on, and they'll reject you for that. You should check the guidelines about where woot will and won't print, and then resubmit this design.

zosai


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Re: The Force of Attraction



You always have such great character expressions, and I really like your textured shading technique!

eHalcyon


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Re: The Solar System



Reminds me of Octo System, which I wish had printed.

(Unofficial) Derby Rules (outdated?)
Designing for the Derby (definitely outdated)
Tips for New Designers (always useful)

jasneko


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Re: Static Electrikitty
iloveschocobos wrote:I agree, the kelly green was an excellent choice! Good Luck!


Glad you like it! I've wanted to have a kelly green tee for a while so it would be awesome if it were this one;) Thanks iloveschocobos!


amesj wrote:I love this, very spot on

Thanks very much amesj!


sasham62


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Re: Newtonian Motion



A simple game of pool demonstrates Newton's Laws of Motion:

1. Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion and every object at rest tends to remain at rest unless an external force is applied to it.

2. The relationship between an object's mass m, its acceleration a, and the applied force F is F = ma. Acceleration and force are vectors (as indicated by their symbols being displayed in slant bold font); in this law the direction of the force vector is the same as the direction of the acceleration vector.

3. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

I hope people enjoy and vote and leave comments and all that good stuff.

sexylittlerobot


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Re: 8 bit laser fractals



this reminds me of the frustules of diatoms!

linablade


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Re: Phive Phamous Physibots



Five physicists in robot form! From left to right: Einstein, Newton, Tessla, Schrodinger, and Hawking.

fftkrazee


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Re: Classic Monkey and Hunter... Problem.



This is probably my favorite piece from you. Really like the linework on the gorilla.

DianaSprinkle


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Re: Electric Spark Cat - ver 2



Resub to change up the coloring and the placement.

Jacob's ladders are cool.

wizardofkitty


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tjost wrote:I almost did on accident, then I remembered and shed a tear for the little planet that couldn't



I'm pretty sure that only little kids in contemporary elementary science classes would complain about Pluto being there. The rest of us will just cling to our outdated beloved reality.

zosai


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Re: Orbital Hoopla



Clever idea! I like the angle of the orbits and the placement, it makes the planets really move.

wizardofkitty


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Re: DOUBLE RAINBOW PHYSICS ALL THE WAY!



Oh my gosh. It's a double rainbow all the way! XD

sasham62


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PixelPants wrote:"... This is another example of Woot rejecting true artistic expression in order to bump up designs that cater to the masses."



No, it's really not. Photos aren't allowed as has been mentioned many times. Also, especially with an unaltered photo, it's impossible to separate the image into (at most) six colors without the use of gradients.
And, there's precious little artistic expression involved in pasting a photograph into the Woot shirt template, especially when it's ... questionable ... as to topic.
Finally, if this were allowed, it would almost certainly cater to the masses.

AutoTechInSTL


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mab299108 wrote:Yea, I think the problem was the reference to bodily fluids. Too bad because it's a funny idea. You might be able to salvage it though. You could dump the first rainbow and the equal sign(which is text anyway), and put a ray of incoming white light. Then it would be like the prism is straining to split the white light into individual colors. Because really, that can't be easy to do...



Yes.. remove your first two entries...

remove the rainbow and the equals sign.

Resubmit... leave the word JISM out of it..

and you *might* have a chance.. at least as good of a chance as me.

Steve was DELICIOUS!

thesongbirdy


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Re: Nuclear Physics



Awesome concept. Very thoughtful and totally wearable!

quickaluminum


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Re: Nuclear Fusion-HA!



DBZ for the win! I would jump at the chance to buy this!

linablade


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Re: Phive Phamous Physibots



Five well-known physicists as robots! See if you can guess who they are. ;)

rjohnson313


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Re: Orbital Hoopla



I haven't been feeling this derby so far... Finally found a shirt I can vote for! My son especially will be sad if it doesn't get printed. Another great idea!

slatefistcrunch


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Re: Nuclear Physics



This design is amazing. I'd want one!

Duddles86


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Yay! You used the title! I wanted to say, I was looking at my kitty while she was sitting on the floor and I noticed the shoulder blade hump that makes the neck look off and I had to laugh b/c you are right that it was the true way a cat looks even if we think it looks wrong. Best of luck! you gmv!

Duddles86


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This is a stunning design but looks off topic.

If a flash light in water is physics then, doesn't woot have to accept any image with light in it (aka anything that isn't a black t-shirt).

jcm1994


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Einstein, Newton, Tesla/Edison, Schrodinger, and Hawking :D

dunz0


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Re: The Force of Attraction



You're on a roll, walmazan! I've been loving all of your derby submissions

RSengenberger


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ThunderThighs wrote:. Seriously! Is there anyone in this forum that doesn't have to have the last word?!?!?

Once again, I think you've beat this horse dead.



http://xkcd.com/386/


tjost


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Re: Orbital Hoopla



Thanks for the support so far guys, I'm cooking up another design with Bass that I think will be really sweet if I can pull it off

tjost


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jcm1994 wrote:Einstein, Newton, Tesla/Edison, Schrodinger, and Hawking :D



Edison was a hack, that's Nikola Tesla for sure

xarizmu


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Re: Diving With Photons!



This shirt is awesome! I love it! GMV.

tgentry


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Staff

Re: The Physics of Crossing the Road V2



The Physics of Crossing the Road V2

I decided to resub, now with a "cheering" section for the armadillo. Thanks for any revotes!

jessison


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Re: Gravity



I think it's a good concept, but the colors remind me too much of Target. Seems like a shirt all the employees might be wearing...if they were cool of course

infosneak


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Agreed, also if it was a bit smaller.

zosai


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Re: The Physics of Crossing the Road V2



great addition! love the texture of the ground and the mean face on the car is a nice touch...gmv

tgentry


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Staff

zosai wrote:great addition! love the texture of the ground and the mean face on the car is a nice touch...gmv



Thanks! And thanks to Nevetnod for suggesting that the bird in the back might be a baby vulture. I decided that it should definitely be a full grown vulture enjoying the show.

solusumbra


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tgentry wrote:Love the texture work and color choices! I'm a little hesitant on whether it works without knowing the theme. I think it'd still come across that the little sphere is heavier than the rest, but I'm not sure the "why" of it will come across. Of course I could be wrong on that. Either way it's a great illustration.



the little sphere is heavier because when you pack the same mass into a smaller space, the object is denser (ie. heavier).

Lagbert


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Re: Phive Phamous Physibots



Sadly, come Monday this will probably get rejected for text on Einstein B0t5 chest.

If you can resub without the text within the next 24 hours you'll probably be able regain your lost votes.

Best of Luck!

Lagbert


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Re: Bread And Butter V2



Anti-gravity!

caracalcat


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haikuginger wrote:Oh, yeah, an African swallow maybe, but not a European swallow. That's my point.



well then, maybe, to stay truest to the quote, the first two sparrows should have the european tail to them, and then the second two are african.
so, no European swallows cannot carry coconuts, but african swallows can

wizardofkitty


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Re: Nuclear Fusion-HA!



Thanks to everyone who have voted so far! I wasn't sure if there were a lot of wooters who were also DBZ fans but you all proved this silly girl wrong.

huseyinserkan


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I love this design. It refers to Schroedinger's cat, string theory and cat's love of string balls. Non-complex drawings and great color selection make it even more attractive. It's a shame it didn't get a lot of votes. Please keep re-subbing this if it doesn't make it this time.

kuhan


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LOLcommunism wrote:Hello Hello for all of you who don't know.

This is a diagram of Descartes Theory of how a "Double Rainbow" forms.

Its actually a Primary and Secondary rainbow!


Because of our eyes, the secondary rainbow (the one on top)'s colors look flipped!

Thank youuuu.



WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? It's so bright, sooo vivid!

Twistedmonkey22


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Re: Schrödinger's Cat



So much love for this shirt. zombie cats!