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Re: Prism Jism
Yeah, this isn't going to fly the second time around any more than it did the first. Too "3rd grade humor" for Woot.
Re: parabolic free fall
You need to remove the number from the side of the car. It will be considered text.
Re: Static Electrikitty
Have you seen that graphic on the internet about cats and toast?
Toast always lands butter-side-down. Cats always land on their feet. If you stick the butter on the cat's back, you get CWAAAYYZZYEEEEE anti-gravity!
Re: Defying Gravity - Prehistoric
Not a fan of the 'modern' version, but I like the whimsy here. however, black on asphalt doesn't always show up well, particularly fine details. (See all the complaints regarding 'Nevermore' as an example.)
Personally, I'd wear the hell out of this on lemon.
Re: Bread and Butter
The lines are very thin, and may be too hard to print.
Re: a simple question of weight ratios
First design in about 4 months that I'd buy. Hope it makes it!
Fabulous work as always ... still waiting with bated breath for you to get your due around here!
I like the idea. The coconuts do look too much like bowling balls. Perhaps you could put some texture into them to help distinguish for those who do not know it's reference. I'd like to see a resub personally with those changes. As is now the bowling ball aspect bothers me.
missile225 wrote:Use of photo...wow... just wow.
Because it is hard to verify that the photo is your own original (see the Terms and Conditions for entering the derby) and because photos often have gradients and halftones that they cannot print, Woot does not allow photos.
endangeredomega wrote:Fabulous work as always ... still waiting with bated breath for you to get your due around here!
Love it. I agree with the two in the background, it would be just fine without em. GMV.
Re: Calculated Risk
You always know when the end is near.
Re: Orbital Hoopla
Mwahahahah, love it!
jasneko wrote:HUGE thanks to everyone in the pre-derby thread for all your help!!
I just cast my vote! Wishing you luck. It was fun!
vorteks wrote:Yeah, this isn't going to fly the second time around any more than it did the first. Too "3rd grade humor" for Woot.
They said everything was fine except for the words on the shirt image. Plus, I've seen some fairly vulgar stuff on here before.
Any well-executed design with a cow gets my vote!
Re: A Positive Attraction
I resubmitted this design with a few extra details this time.
My design is supposed to be two positively charged particles in love with one another but the nature of physics is not letting them be together (since likes attract in real life but repel in terms of electricity). The lines around the protons represent the electric field lines used to envision the electric field at any given point in space around the protons and oddly enough create the shape of a heart to emphasize their love. Although there is no “+” sign due to the no text rule this week, the arrows pointing away from the particles conveys enough information that these are indeed two of the same positively charged atoms.
Thanks for looking and don't hesitate to vote!
Re: Retro Physics
I like your color choice a lot - I think it pops well and really has the retro feel you were going for. And congratulations on not going the "distressed" route so many choose when doing retro - in some cases it works, I guess, but I infinitely prefer this shirt without.
Re: Radiation Hazard
Something tells me you can probably buy something exactly like this elsewhere.
This looks like it could be on the cover of one of my 50's SF anthologies. That's not a bad thing.
I'd have thrown in Pluto, just to be a rebel >.>
Oh yay. I think all the work you did to refine this one really paid off. The cat's face is perfect!
Oh no! A car just came out of the downhill track !! It went flying like a cannon ball!! Damn tricky curve!
(Thank you Mr. Lee)
oreocookiesp wrote:They said everything was fine except for the words on the shirt image. Plus, I've seen some fairly vulgar stuff on here before.
I don't recall ever having seen unrejected jism on here.
HAHAHAHA LOL .......... I love it
I liked the navy in the thread too...had much more impact - but didn't want to muddle it up when everyone was choosing royal. You chose navy yourself anyway, so it's all good!
Fantastic job - it really glows.
Voted for this one, hope it wins!
Re: Escaping gravity
I think this is lovely! The depth of the drawing really appeals to me, and as others have said, the flow is very nice.
Re: The Legend of Sisyphus
Love your color choices. And yeah, I've had those days... GMV
katiedid27 wrote:I'd have thrown in Pluto, just to be a rebel >.>
I almost did on accident, then I remembered and shed a tear for the little planet that couldn't
Re: Gravity Well
This is an awesome super nerdy idea
Re: The 3rd Law of Motion
This reminds me of the ReBoot Icon!
Re: The Physics of Crossing the Road
Re: Escaping a Black Hole
Woot doesn't allow most gradients since they can't print them.
Gotta say, I'd much prefer it without the face. As it is, I can't quite vote for it--and that's got nothing to do with any other shirt.
tjost wrote:I almost did on accident, then I remembered and shed a tear for the little planet that couldn't
I rolled over laughing, it makes me a little sad too. This is a very fun and cool shirt. You've GMV, hope it prints.
Re: The Black Hole
nice, i know a couple of people who would want this shirt. my father knows the guy who came up with the equation of how much mass it would take to create a black hole...i've been trying to get his equation signed to hang on my wall in exchange for a drawing forever!
Nice job! This is the cutest black hole i've ever seen =) kinda reminds me of a chomper from marios bros.
mikenytola wrote:I like the idea. The coconuts do look too much like bowling balls. Perhaps you could put some texture into them to help distinguish for those who do not know it's reference. I'd like to see a resub personally with those changes. As is now the bowling ball aspect bothers me.
I tried a bunch of textures and none of them looked right. Since there's demand, I'll explore it again and put up a second version.
This armadillo's learned his lesson! What lesson? This one.
Love the song, love the critters, and love the shirt! GMV.
Re: Testing the twin paradox
I absolutely dig this shirt. You drew their expressions so well.
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