dgshinkle


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kevlar51 wrote:I love your style Naolito; you consistently produce great stuff!



I think so to. your background is very smooth.

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tenecwhiskey


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Re: 2-Liter Twister



Oh my husband the storm chaser so needs this shirt!

dgshinkle


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Re: Experimental Fail



Clever resub. I like your prism one much better though

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dgshinkle


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Re: Spectrum



Very nicely done. Breaking out of your norm produces stunning work. it get my Vote.

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amreli


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Re: The color of light



Oh no, sad to see this out of the fog too! I really like this design, simple yet obvious some thought did go into it (the different growth in different color light). Ok, I'm also a sucker for rainbows.


dgshinkle


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dcroe05 wrote:This design is awesome. Very clever.

I don't know why you don't have more votes. I'll buy at least 2.



Thanks for the support. I still feel like Im trying to learn what the woot community likes while not sacrificer a scene of it being my work. I like things to tell a story. I wish I could get more critique even bad ones. It would help my improve my work either way.

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ochopika


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Re: Anyone Out There?



Here are two kids doing some research for their science fair projects about extraterrestrial life.

You KNOW this is really happening somewhere, what with all those extra planets out there.

dgshinkle


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amreli wrote:Oh no, sad to see this out of the fog too! I really like this design, simple yet obvious some thought did go into it (the different growth in different color light). Ok, I'm also a sucker for rainbows.



Yea I like the look of this one. I would actually wear it. Sometimes I think people forget weir-ability when vote for shirts.

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ochopika


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Re: The color of light



I'd buy this if I had any money! Love it!

msklzannie


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Re: [url=http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=51851]Just put an



One of the only things I remember from my junior high ag elective is, "Dirt is a dirty word. It's not dirt; it's soil!"

One year I did a project on erosion so I had not one, but three, boxes of dirt/soil. Boy were those things heavy.

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wootvan


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Re: Science Class



If it gets rejectorated, perhaps you could put a folded up science fair poster in his left arm and call it "Late Entry."

joemail11


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Re: Experimental Fail



All you people wanted ramyb to get rid of his turtles. Then he kills them for you, and is met only with opposition! The mixed messages here are frightening.

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jstjred wrote:First vote in quite a while. Hilarious! I wish hippies weren't such milquetoasts.

(Love to see this print elsewhere after the appropriate waiting period...shame too many nutties are afraid to laugh at a little humor.)



You want to know what kills birds? WIND TURBINES!

ochopika


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Re: The Little Inventor



Love this one! Very illustrative and has a nice flow. The "I <3 Newton" on the shirt is cute as well. Hope it is science-fair-related enough to stay up!

dgshinkle


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chumpmagic wrote:I did go back and review the fractal tree. It was far more different than I remember. I will admit that.

I think the thing that made the immediate connection was the floating stroke, the outline around the entire piece. The fact that its a stylized, swirly tree with a transition of colors, does have some influence, but adding the floating outline is what made it seem too close for comfort for me.... if that makes sense.



I get what you mean. I havent been around long enough to see the "ramyb effect". I was just glad to see a departure form the turtles.

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dgshinkle


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dgshinkle wrote:Thanks for the support. I still feel like Im trying to learn what the woot community likes while not sacrificer a scene of it being my work. I like things to tell a story. I wish I could get more critique even bad ones. It would help my improve my work either way.



O thanks for fixing my sig

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tazfreeatlast


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Re: [url=http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=51950]Young Bell


Watson looks a bit too young for a soul patch.
;-p

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dgshinkle wrote:O thanks for fixing my sig

Yeah, sorry. Looks like it didn't hold. We've had problems in the past with spammers and now require a purchase before allowing images in the signature. Good thing is that it can be from any site (except deals).



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amreli


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Re: Sky in a Jar



I think this is a neat illustration of the idea behind the experiment. And as I mentioned in another thread, I'm a sucker for rainbows.


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Re: [url=http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=51950]Young Bell



I really really like this picture you have drawn. You have clearly spent a lot of time on it and you have created something great!

however, I don't know if this is something that would be worn on a tshirt. this would win any normal art derby in a heartbeat, Best of luck in this one!

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I'm glad to see this fell out of the fog, I can't see any humor in blatant depictions of animal cruelty.

Edit: Well, briefly out of the fog. At least it seems to be low enough in votes to not likely get printed.

Patricck wrote:Wait, you're a scientist? You draw cartoon turtles, squirrels, and penguins. Please do explain.



Maybe it's all part of a lengthy social experiment.

dylbrticus


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Thanks for enjoyin it!

First time entry, and really first time playin around with GIMP. I hope it doesn't get rejected,but I suppose its a possibility. I'll keep hoping it does well, though =)

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Re: Edison Plays Dirty



It wasn't clear to me exactly what was going on until I studied it for a bit. Now I get that Edison snipped Tesla's cord, but what is that on the cut end? It looks like a wad of gum to me.

deadboy619


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Re: Transylvania Middle School Science Fair



Young Vincent Frankenstein Jr. just won his first science fair blue ribbons! But, it appears he may have used some of his father's notes on this project.

Let me know what you think. Thanks.

ochopika


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Re: Anyone Out There? (resub)



My two voters, vote again please! I may or may not have OCD and had to fix the alien's right ear! That line was seriously out of place.

Oh don't tell me you haven't done that before!

Thanks for voting!

grypes


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Re: Smart Kid's Revenge!



Thanks for the positive comments. :-)

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I honestly don't see why people hate on ramy all the time. Yeah, the guy seems to like designs w/ turtles and other "cutsy" depictions, but the fact that his shirts repeatedly make it to the fog and often print says something about the people who buy shirt woots.

And even if you don't necessarily think his designs are incredibly creative or as imaginative as some other designs, the guy makes an attractive t-shirt. I can't tell you how many times I've been really disappointed by some of the shirts that have won. NOT because they are poor designs or ugly, but because they don't look good on a t-shirt. Things like designs of phoenixes and stuff like that makes crappy shirts. Even if they are very well illustrated, they look about as attractive printed on a shirt as Wolf shirts do (though the people who flame and troll him all the time probably really like wolf shirts).

I've purchased several woot shirts because I thought the design was beautiful or cool or whatever, but have been severely disappointed because they look crappy on a shirt. A poster or desktop background might be cool, but not to wear around.

I don't understand why people feel the need to always put down ramy's work and try to nit-pick every design and insist it gets rejected. So you don't like it. Apparently lots of other people do and would be willing to buy it, and that's all shirt.woot really cares about to be honest. Ramy has found his niche and he makes designs accordingly. You can't get mad at him for sticking to his style, because EVERY woot shirt designer has a style that you can spot almost immediately.

I think everyone needs to stop taking a Jatravartid t-shirt design so seriously and just chillax and stop flaming every design ramy makes. He wouldn't make them if people didn't like and buy his shirts.

Spiritgreen


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Re: Green Symphony



Lovely style. Great colors on the yellow tee, too.

^_^

Spiritgreen


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Re: 18XX SCIENCE FAIRE SHOWDOWN



I dig these bot designs. Really chunky and fun.

Good job, sir. :^)

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Re: How I know my cat is evil by Billy Pugsmith III



I like it, and it's a great idea, but the use of a photo even for paper will probably be rejected.

dgshinkle


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thewronggrape wrote:It wasn't clear to me exactly what was going on until I studied it for a bit. Now I get that Edison snipped Tesla's cord, but what is that on the cut end? It looks like a wad of gum to me.



hmmm I see. It suppose to be sparks that are illuminated. I can see how it might be hard to tell... Sometimes when you get the joke you forget to look at it with fresh eyes. Thanks for the thought. Ill make sure to get a couple of guys in to look at my work next time to make sure the joke is clear.

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mjc613


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Re: Atomic Trouble



If you got rid of some of the text, and changed this to 6 colors, you probably still have a good chance.

PixelPants


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Re: Sky in a Jar



Boots kicking goals again (see what I did there). This works well as an image over and above the derby theme and apparently makes for an intriguing social commentary on drug and alcohol use. GMV

PixelPants


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Re: The Color Solution



Great to see more colors than I ever dreamed using woot's six color limit. Those candy flavored chemicals sure look tasty walmazan. Surely one little sip couldn't hurt. +1

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Re: My Pet Turtle Weighs 6 Balloons



Your turtle weighs 6 balloons, but my heart weighs a lot more while this sits out of the fog. A wonderfully bizarre image to grace a t-shirt Spiritgreen and your translucent red balloons deserve a prize of their own. +1

VonMonkey


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Re: Green Symphony



This is a really nice and simple design, and gets the idea across perfectly- one of my favourites of the week

megsck


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stacypio wrote:I like it, and it's a great idea, but the use of a photo even for paper will probably be rejected.



if he took the photo himself then its allowed.

megsck


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Re: How I know my cat is evil by Billy Pugsmith III



you have a skill of drawing ugly and making it look good =) that was a compliment! =) i like this, it looks like the things i drew when i was younger. =)

VonMonkey


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Re: The science of making friends.



This is really nicely done- and I love that the monster is wearing a turtleneck!

Barberella


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Re: The Life Cycle of a CATerpillar



I hope this wins! I am ready to buy it now!!!