DoublEE wrote:Oh, I see. Same crutches, different walking style.
Okay, let's play this game.
Of the six designs you mentioned, five have been submitted to Shirt.Woot, and only three have printed (of a total of eighteen), over the course of the artist's career, which, if Shirt.What can be believed, started in September of 2008, and basic investigation shows that none have sold beyond four thousand, if even that much.
Ramy has submitted nine designs since November of 2008 where rabbits were the primary focal point and seven designs where a death character was the focal point, and Grim Optimism alone sold nearly nine thousand units. Six total of these designs have printed, of a total of thirty three prints.
1.) In a shorter amount of time, Ramy has submitted nearly three times the amount of designs (thirteen focusing on a rabbit, death, or both) to Woot than Drakxxx based on the offending material,
2,) Though by only three, Ramy has won more often than Drakxxx with these repeated characters (six to three),
3.) Drakxxx has submitted a shirt using these characters about once every six months; Ramy has submitted one about every nine weeks,
4.) Ramy has, with one shirt, sold more than double most of Drakxxx's sales (and in many cases more than triple), and
5.) in terms of overall derby prints, Ramy has printed nearly double the amount of times Drakxxx has.
Now, I have no vested interest in Ramy printing or not printing, but if you're going to argue that Drakxxx needs to be held to the same level of scrutiny as Ramy, it's important you have all of the numbers to work with, if only for perspective. Enjoy.