scruz78


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Re: The Original Blockbuster



Love this one Boots. The nicknames are awesome!

graffd02


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Re: Mouse Cookie = Work



I learned about elementary physics in Kindergarten today!

neinahpets


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mrwednesday wrote:The hat is still completely two dimensional, not to mention there's really no parody whatsoever.



Kitten in the hat? ..it's not the original cat in the hat so I doubt it hits being a copyrighted character.

☆ In ars veritas ☆

ainecful


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Re: Sketchbook



By far my favorite.

Also, if you're worried about the white (although I can't think why you would be) you can very easily dye it to the color of your choice using store-bought dye.

Personally, I love it just the way it is.

justice08


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omeza wrote:Hey, just some feed back... Like the design a lot but i think it'd look better w/ different colors



Thank you very much for your comment I always appreciate feedback. I played around with different colors and these seemed the best to me, but I am new at this. I would love to hear what colors you think would be better, then I'll try another version. :>)

tarakeet


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Is it more immature to make a shirt with a cross on it, or not to be familiar with great works of literature? Or to decide that anything with a cross on it is offensive? Not to understand what the word "allegory" means?

Jesus wasn't the only person ever crucified and a cross isn't strictly a Christian symbol, so unless you understood the story of Moby boghog, this shirt could be completely unreligious.

justice08


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imagine77 wrote:Looks like its on heather, which I think they don't use anymore. The thumbnail color doesn't match the shirt template color either. I too like the concept though. Maybe add a bit more polish after the rejectionator (probably, maybe) gets through with it and you've got my resub vote.



Crap! Thanks for pointint that out. I have an old template. I will have to change the color what do you think of Silver?

creativehack


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Re: Roland's Quest



epic series that extends through so many more books than just the seven in the Gunslinger series (almost gotta add Salem's Lot, Hearts In Atlantis and Insomnia at least!)

All aboard Charlie the Choo-Choo...

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Mwhitlock


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LOVE the owl - its stunning.

Not a huge fan of the dark mark tho - It looks great - just a matter of personal preference

bethlp


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Re: Brontë’s Angels



Sooooo cool!

(Btw, the original "Charlie's Angels" wasn't alliterative, so Bronte's Angels works just fine.)

fishbiscuit5


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creativehack wrote:epic series that extends through so many more books than just the seven in the Gunslinger series (almost gotta add Salem's Lot, Hearts In Atlantis and Insomnia at least!)

All aboard Charlie the Choo-Choo...



So true. The series is epic beyond the heart of the books. Make sure you read the graphic novel compendiums to get the back stories! Oh, and Blaine the Mono scares me worse than Thomas the Tank. Now that's scary!!

taternuggets


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Re: Epic Battle



Gandalf knows to not touch the ring.


Nothing follows.

amreli


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Re: You Are What You Eat



Love it!


pottermom


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want

njnash


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



there's nothing Seussian about the design (aside from clearly ripping off his characters). would much prefer a shirt that conveys the message "Dr. Seuss" with a little creativity. he was an awesomely creative dude, and this shirt is far from inspired ... the good doctor deserves better.

ApeLad


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Astronomer wrote:That's a nice picture of Ernest Hemingway you got there.



What's a Hemingway?

odysseyroc


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ApeLad wrote:What's a Hemingway?



about 160 pounds?





ApeLad


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the603 wrote:I really like this one. It's very simple, but that sort of gives it its elegance. Well done!



Thanks! Plus this happens to me all the time!

njnash


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Re: gutenbergers



love this ... neeeeed it.

ApeLad


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odysseyroc wrote:about 160 pounds?



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Lish64


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Re: Imagination running wild



Reading sets the imagination running wild.

This is the first time I've tried using halftones in a design, I'm not sure how I feel about them yet.

For illustrator users how do you make gradients for complex shapes? It seems almost impossible with just using radial and linear gradients.

littleclyde


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imagine77 wrote:Do you have to resubmit it? I guess my question is which version would be on the print, because I think the two hands version is much nicer



The print ready file has two hands!

DianaSprinkle


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Re: Speed Reader



"Speed Reader"

In that age old race between the tortoise and the hare, the tortoise is a speed reader while the hare is still working on "See Spot Run".

Gertrudethemutilator


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Re: Bi-curious George



I think this concept is hilarious, but would like to see it executed a little more subtly.

Life is like a box of chocolates, the good stuff's all gone, the rest will go eventually.

pghilard


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Re: Illiterate rainbow



LOVE the design can't stand the shirt color, white would have been awesome. Still gets my vote...

citizencoyote


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Re: The Blue Fairy



Yay a Kevlar robot! I love it!

Spiritgreen


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Re: Gnomes and Molearty - VERSION2



The game is underfoot!


Version 2 is on an asphalt shirt, has a background and moonlight to give a better sense of the crime scene.

Hope you like it, thanks for looking!
---Spiritgreen

cruelnv


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taternuggets wrote:Gandalf knows to not touch the ring.



I thought the same thing. XD I'm going to assume it's his elven ring though. I must be a nerd or something. ;)

Also, did I mention I really want this shirt? If it doesn't print, I'm going to... um... probably do nothing... but I will be really sad.

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sodalite


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mmm, books are good

pghilard


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Re: SUPER FUN BOOK TIMES



Great work Matt! Colors fit the design perfectly.

naeylonsidhe


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Re: second star to the left ...



I would LOVE to see this one print. i'd definitely buy it for my mom. She runs a company called Second Star Pilots. She'd definitely appreciate it. GMV

sodalite


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Re: Peter Reader



i thought that it looked like a stomach, too. how about if the tunnel was longer and curved (like a switch-back)?

Spiritgreen


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Re: Gnomes and Molearty - VERSION2



This design is sponsored by Travelocity.*







*It's not, but I thought if I said that they might give me a free spa vacation.

taternuggets


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Re: Bi-curious George



I lol'ed at this one but suspected that rejection was coming.


Nothing follows.

dmaz


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Re: ghost stories!



Get this in the fog! Lets go peeps!

cruelnv


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Re: A "reading" Rainbow



I just want to say "thanks" to everyone who has supported this one. When I first submitted this, it was really only because I liked it; I didn't really think anyone else would. I'm glad there's a few of you that do though, so thanks!

As far as not keeping the cells in a line, I kind of just figured it would be the same as when standard fonts run in different directions/orientations. I hope I haven't offended anyone by doing this. Anyway, thanks again, everyone. =)

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shellykins


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Re: Raskolnokov escapes



lol this is great

almsforoblivion


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Re: No Frigate Like a Book





Here's a better view of the design.

shellykins


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taternuggets wrote:Collaboration between myself and Ignorant.

After some feedback, decided to resub on brown.

Thanks for looking!



I like that cross between Charlotte's Web and Animal Farm