cruelnv


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Re: Jealousy



I like what you decided to go with. Good luck with it!

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jzlosman


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ambergreen wrote:He seems to be backward...unless it's a Japanese book, I suppose.



It's all relative actually. We just view books upside from their natural orientation. His feet are where we'd expect his head to be. (Assuming he is merely upside-down fixes the backward issue.)

But yeah Ski, he's totally backwards.

taternuggets


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Re: Eight legs good, two legs bad.



Collaboration between myself and Ignorant.


Nothing follows.

Naolito


quality posts: 3 Private Messages Naolito
Re: Sketchbook



Forgot to comment, 1 color on white

curli76


quality posts: 18 Private Messages curli76
SkekTek wrote: but getting an electronic copy of Treasure Island by R.L.S. over a paper one, thereby allowing you to throw away the paper copy.



That I can get behind.

SkekTek wrote:
Also, it's kind of a dig against our increasingly disposable society. I prefer hard copies of everything- music, books, vinyl, paper photos, etc, in case something happens to my devices. I still got it.



Here I respectfully disagree. I don't like to own anything. And with my Kindle, Amazon has everything I buy ready to be re-downloaded wherever I want it. (Too bad iTunes isn't the same way.) I've been reading paper books the last couple of weeks and I really miss the Kindle functions (dictionary, electronic notes, search, etc.).

Mavyn


quality posts: 22 Private Messages Mavyn
Re: Unwritten



makes me this of this song...



My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

cruelnv


quality posts: 6 Private Messages cruelnv
Re: A lifetime of reading



Does the one say "Deadliest Cats?" haha Nice job with this. A very cool concept.

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goatcane


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Re: THE ALLEGORY



(was worth a try...)

Mavyn


quality posts: 22 Private Messages Mavyn
Re: Eight legs good, two legs bad.



Charlotte's Web on the Animal Farm?

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

jlegos


quality posts: 1 Private Messages jlegos
Re: Epic Battle



let the battle commence!

cruelnv


quality posts: 6 Private Messages cruelnv
Re: Epic Battle



Sad as it is, you have no idea how many times I've debated this with someone... I'll probably be in for 3... XD

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stingray69


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I'm really digging this one.

callen1707


quality posts: 0 Private Messages callen1707

I don't get it. Does this have something to do with books?

gangstergandhi


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Re: To Serve Chicken



Yessss, I love the reference.

kainis


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callen1707 wrote:I don't get it. Does this have something to do with books?



It needs the whale. It's a reference to the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. Yes, I know what type of whale it is, but woot doesn't like that word.

skirochester


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jzlosman wrote:It's all relative actually. We just view books upside from their natural orientation. His feet are where we'd expect his head to be. (Assuming he is merely upside-down fixes the backward issue.)

But yeah Ski, he's totally backwards.



hah! yes, yes he is. (fixing it now... will resub soon)

Narfcake


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midgerock wrote:different from your regular design ...



Little do you know, they're all cookbooks.

katrinabean86


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taylertot wrote:I love your designs. They're so simple, yet make me laugh every time! Awesome!



Almost exactly what I was going to say. I love this.

hiflood


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Re: Epic Battle



I've never wanted a shirt more.

banjokilcup


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Re: Make Way for Raptors



The unsung sequel to the popular 1941 Caldecott Medal winning children's book is now revealed. But you might want to be wary around the Boston Public Garden as there are more than just ducks waddling out there!

If you need a little refresher for you memory... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Make_Way_for_Ducklings

hoxe


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ApeLad wrote:Hop on Pop! The #1 cause of sternum injuries for the past 50 years.



Ah. It's been far too long for me I guess. Thanks folks.

katrinabean86


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



One more gargleblaster I love this so much. The details in the background are awesome and it's instantly clear what the shirt is supposed to be about.

heyjoie


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Re: [url=http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=53747]A



WOW. I absolutely love this.

Josephus


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cruelnv wrote:Does the one say "Deadliest Cats?" haha Nice job with this. A very cool concept.



Yeah, I think that was my favorite. though Concepts in Biology by Lamarck I liked, and Leibnitz Calculus.

aswati


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Re: ghost stories!



Classy. Spookily classy! +1.






skirochester


quality posts: 4 Private Messages skirochester
Re: Read Me resub



Read Me.

Now not walking backwards

Revote please.

katrinabean86


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Spiritgreen wrote:I love your comic work, especially Laugh-Out-Loud Cats. You need to put a link in your signature in case someone neglects to discover how awesome it is!



I was going to say that it looks like a Saturday newspaper comic strip idea on a shirt. I like the joke but for me it's kind of weird as a shirt. I think it's the thought bubble.

lovepuff


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Re: I Love Books



It looks like two swans. Is that intentional?

nblottie


quality posts: 11 Private Messages nblottie
Re: Epic Battle



Pretty sure you just grabbed 1st place. Great illo!

ignorant


quality posts: 5 Private Messages ignorant
Re: Eight legs good, two legs bad.


Charlotte found her way to the wrong Animal Farm.

jasneko


quality posts: 30 Private Messages jasneko
Re: Gnomes and Molearty

That mole is a real cutie!
I also love the little vegetable/fruit signs - they are so adorable:D


kmtowers


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Re: The Real Treasure



Was curious how this would turn out... I like!

jasneko


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Re: ghost stories!

I like the idea rogerrogerroger.
And cute and scary at the same time!


hoxe


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Man, now that song's gonna be stuck in my head all day. I just youtubed it

Lot of people had this idea, but I love how creative you were in the composition.

walmazan


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Re: Read Me resub



I love it the first time, and I love it now even more!

+1

skirochester


quality posts: 4 Private Messages skirochester
lovepuff wrote:It looks like two swans. Is that intentional?



I was thinking that too while drawing it. But it wasn't intentional.

sittle


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Re: Paperback



It's getting so you can always pick the Kdeuce design out of the lineup...

http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=17435
http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=18920
http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=20177
http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=17625
http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=26681
http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=30648
http://www.shirtwhat.com/archive_e.php?entry=46591

It's a shame because your style (sans tree's) is really versatile and pretty.

jillydreadful


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Re: Desert Island



This is my first design to Shirt.Woot. I did a play on books being used for things other than reading--I was always fascinated by books being hollowed out to store precious items. And with this design, I was able to work in The Office, watch this video at 1:24: http://www.tbs.com/video/index.jsp?oid=156715&eref=sharethisUrl

skirochester


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walmazan wrote:I love it the first time, and I love it now even more!

+1



thank you walmazan!! the style I drew this in kind of reminds me of your style... just not as good

bethlp


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Re: Desert Island


I just needed to see the beet seeds to get it. Funny!