jmmbell1987


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MasterWolf wrote:#Winner

You are so good at this!



At a hodgepodge of Dr. Seuss references with no parody in the otaku style? Perhaps. Ramy is nothing if not consistent.

marzipanapple


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



I will take one please and thank you.

jmmbell1987


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DoublEE wrote:Did I miss something? Where does it say it has to be a parody?



I believe Dr. Seuss' books are still very much copyrighted, which means this should be a parody. Except there's none at all. All debates about the quality of Ramyb's designs aside, that's a legitimate complaint.

jmmbell1987


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SkekTek wrote:I love this one. So great. And so true.



As a movie AND book lover, this saying kind of drives me up the wall (mainly because the shirt is so spot on; people say it ALL the time). It never seems to apply to classic movies that elevated mediocre books (The Godfather, Jaws).

laggyg


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katfin25 wrote:Aww you make me feel old! It was a public access tv show in the 80's and they reviewed the plot of a children's book each show in some creative fashion. And the host was Geordi from Star Trek, which I always enjoyed pointing out when my brothers had Star Trek on. I still do it when I come across Enterprise reruns!

At any rate, it was a show that encouraged children to read and go get books out from the library. We watched in school sometimes too. Cause reading is fun!



Yeah, I'm gonna be 27 in a week and didn't feel old...until now hahaha. It's hard to believe there are people that don't know this theme song. And yes, now it will be in my head all night too. Thanks =/ hahaha =P

azsteved


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Re: Roland's Quest



"You have forgotten the face of your father!" --One of my favorite quotes.

I cried a little when I saw this submission. I has to print!

phineus


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truffleshuffle wrote:That old horror story is scaring the kids' books again *sigh*



Nice title, TS O_O

marzipanapple


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Re: ghost stories!



I like how you've used just the blocks of color (rather than lines) to convey the perspective and depth. And that cute ghost with the wing-arms probably doesn't hurt either. ;)

creativehack


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Re: 919.6 : Islands of the South Pacific



so, whats the Dewey decimal for stars...?

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jasneko


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Re: The Grammarian

Ha! Cute, made me smile

creativehack


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I always get here late...
This is what I am working on

Any thoughts
Also need a title for it



Boat and background to be added...

RAMPage Soccer for your iPad

trezhurisland


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



yeah, in hind-sight i probably woulda done something like that

blk909


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Re: Imagination Takes Flight



What a fun shirt!

blk909


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Re: The Real Treasure



Yes, this IS a real treasure, and so are you!

sonyaaimee


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Re: Unwritten (Resub)



it would be so much better if it said just "unwritten" but i still like it.

laggyg


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Re: The Best Defense



The best defense is a good offense! She should be hurling the book THROUGH the tv screen to really drive home her point...haha j/k

Keep up the nice work! GMV as usual =)

blk909


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Re: The Blue Fairy



I have wanted a Kevlar robot for a while now; I hope to buy this one!

ApeLad


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dwasifar wrote:Two Two Twain.



If I remember my American history, and I think I do, it's "one if by Twain, two if by Pea. I mean Poe."

ApeLad


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Naolito wrote:Forgot to comment, 1 color on white



I look forward to getting one of these for me and one for my son, who loves to draw.

ApeLad


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creativehack wrote:I always get here late...
This is what I am working on

Any thoughts
Also need a title for it



Boat and background to be added...



Moby Dork?

ApeLad


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Re: Booklyn



GMV!
A tee grows in Booklyn.

ApeLad


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WarholBot wrote:sooo many distractions I just wanna read



Good stuff, as usual! The face reminds me a bit of Bud Cort in Harold and Maude for some reason.

midgerock


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Re: Cthulhu Can't Sleep



When I can't sleep I read. I think others do the same. What if Cthulhu was having one of those sleepless nights?

ekhozindar


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uniique wrote:This. On my chest! Now!!!
Love this
GMV



-1 for context....

lonelypond


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Re: The Real Treasure



This is beautiful and bookish. Here I was thinking I wasn't going to consider buying a shirt w/ books on it (too regular + rectangular) and this sweeps me up...

blinddog3d


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Re: Innovation



Gr8 work, looks really good. I'm still working on mine. I'll give this a vote for the quote!

BlindDog3D

lonelypond


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Re: The Blue Fairy



lovely

imagine77


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



I think this is my favorite in the whole derby!

blinddog3d


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card


Superb!

Makes me wanna stop working on mine's and not even enter... but, Nah, it motivates me. That's a lot of work, and well done. Gr8 design. Characters look fantastic. The math is givin me a woody, too! Dang!

Must vote...1
BlindDog3D

creativehack


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ApeLad wrote:Moby Dork?





Well that's one way to get past Woot's auto-censorship on the word "boghog"

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Tufflaw


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Brilliant! I'll always vote for a good DNA reference

blinddog3d


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Re: Bi-curious George



Yeah, no gradrents.... ssssPla-hatttt!XD
*milk shoots out my nose*

Did ya just wanna get a laugh? Thanks for the comic relief. VOTE!

Hmmm.
BlindDog3D

mjc613


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



This is awe-inspiring. (The word awesome is so overdone, otherwise I could say that) You consistently hit the bulls-eye.

mjc613


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Re: Reading Rocket Ship



Great design!

dmcgee3


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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...



You know King just announced he's going to write another book within the dark tower series. Supposed to take play inbetween 'Wolves' and 'Song'. Btw I love the shirt. Should have a whole derby dedicated to the series in my opinion

mjc613


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Re: Because we didn't always have e-readers!


Still checking if the Hebrew makes sense, but there are 2 letters that should only used at the end of a word used in the wrong places.

nellb123


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



My Most Favorite 2 books of All time. Oh! how I do hope your design gets to make it's way to the print shop ! I hope, I hope......

nell-on-wheels

lonelypond


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Re: Literary fail



"Such a marvelous muddle" Random J. Bartender

lonelypond


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Re: Oh No Not Again!



One of my favorite literary moments : )

lonelypond


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Re: Gnomes and Molearty



ha! yes.