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kevlar51


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Re: Spotless



really nice

j5


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coffeybean wrote:one fun bit of info (hope this doesnt get me rejected) is that the hyenas are VERY subtly in the shape of the letters L-O-L.


First rule of skirting the derby rules club
Don't talk about skirting the derby rules

move along

bluetuba


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mintstacker38 wrote:Thanks, now I can't un-see that.



aahahahahaha it's just a love nibble!

"You can't just dress a Minion like Spock, and add a caption that says "Logical Me". There's a prison for people like that. Below my house."

bluetuba


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Re: The Heart of Africa



This is cool

"You can't just dress a Minion like Spock, and add a caption that says "Logical Me". There's a prison for people like that. Below my house."

citizencoyote


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Re: The Hunt



This is... I'm just... wow. If woot can print it at anything approaching its detail level, it will be an amazing shirt. Nicely done, regardless.

melfox86


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Re: The Hunt



Interesting fact: notice how the pupil is circular, like a human's and not oval like a domestic cat's? Lions developed circular pupils because they hunt during the day, instead of the night.

SJulian1


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Re: Balance



How is this a practical design for a shirt? It's way too small to see any of the detail. If someone were on the other side of a room, this shirt would look like a messed up circle with some blobs in it.

coffeybean


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j5 wrote:First rule of skirting the derby rules club
Don't talk about skirting the derby rules



Yeah, I know, but it's so subtle that it's almost non existent. It's just more of a fun fact now.

cwendauthi


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SJulian1 wrote:How is this a practical design for a shirt? It's way too small to see any of the detail. If someone were on the other side of a room, this shirt would look like a messed up circle with some blobs in it.



Boy, you must hate the shirts with phrases on them. From across the room they just look like solid shirts with scribbles on them.

cwendauthi


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Re: Spotless



Love the design, but I'd never wear a shirt with a design that big. If it prints, I might get one for my mom though, since giraffes are her favorite animals.

cwendauthi


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Re: S is for Safari



I can honestly say I was excited about this shirt until I saw that Cookie Monster was in it. =/

cwendauthi


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Re: The Circle of Hunting



..wha...wha...what did you DO?!?!

cwendauthi


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Re: Whack-A-Meerkat



Your style here is fantastic.

cwendauthi


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Nekkochan wrote:Then again, maybe the fact that the elephant is stalking a hunting male lion



I feel like the elephant is more trying to figure out what the heck is going on---curious stalking more than prey stalking.

jrosa1251


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Surfin Safari now updated with Rhino....



VOTE (Come on and Safari with me!)

djauhay


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cwendauthi wrote:Love the design, but I'd never wear a shirt with a design that big. If it prints, I might get one for my mom though, since giraffes are her favorite animals.



I love how big it is! But, then again I am all about large designs.

ariellindz


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Re: Spotless



Nifty, indeed.

emptyplatitudes


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chumpmagic wrote:Enjoy!



definitely reminds me of the lion, the witch and the wardrobe

emptyplatitudes


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coffeybean wrote:The origin story of Whack-A-Mole!

I just felt like doing something a little less cute. Needless to say it took a bit longer.



this is my favorite in the derby so far

jrosa1251


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Re: Surfin' Safari



the lines in the surfboard are solid and are the same yellow that you see in the sun.

glindasgal


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I would like it better if it wasn't on a white shirt...you know...yellow armpit stains, but I also get why it makes more sense for the design.

I ADORE the concept, especially as a psychology major!

PerpetualKid


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Re: The Circle of Hunting



Largest.Meerkat.EVER.

claranorth


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Re: Spirit of the Lioness resub



Sort of playing off the idea that all animals have a spirit. Usually seen in Native American artwork and with wolves or buffalo.

glindasgal


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Re: Pavlov's Safari




my inner psych major is squealing with happiness! Especially since we spent WAY too much time talking about Pavlov. I hope the guy with the bell is supposed to be him! :P

mightyrain


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Re: African Ink



glindasgal wrote:I would like it better if it wasn't on a white shirt...you know...yellow armpit stains, but I also get why it makes more sense for the design.

I ADORE the concept, especially as a psychology major!



I considered calling it Rorschach on Safari lol

I thought about doing it on a tan shirt, but went with white, because the rorschach ink blots are always on white.


xazothia wrote:I like it!



THANK YOU!!!

cdrewlow


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Re: Impressing the Ladies



I think this is the best paigeg shirt yet. Very nice!

z64dan


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dylia wrote:It's cute & funny, but that isn't an African tradition. It's a south-east Asian one--specifically, the Karen people of Thailand/Burma. Africa isn't without its own rich history of body modification, but this just isn't one of them.

Sorry.



Also, i think the neck rings don't actually stretch the neck as much as lower the shoulders.

baadteddy


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Re: HA-HA-HA-Hyena



If this doesn't print at woot, could you somehow make it available elsewhere??

CityVelo


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samsdad wrote:Is there any particular reason the lion only has three legs?



My first thought was to simplify the design... if the foot was drawn in front of the rear leg, it could look a little funny (sorta like uh, the lion has some genitalia). If the foot was drawn to the right of the other leg, it would look as though the lion were flying.

Whoosh! Super lion.

Sometimes eliminating a part on a character silhouette helps. After all, I think it's safe to say that we can still assume the lion has four limbs.

olay


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Re: Spotless



awesome! I want one!

CityVelo


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Re: Caged



Very well done. Good luck in the derby!

CityVelo


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Re: S is for Safari



Hah! Well played, indeed. From the thumbnail, I didn't really get drawn into the submission. Then I saw you post on another person's thread and you had the elongated image linking back to this.

Then I thought to myself "Why would the Cookie Monster be... Ooooohhh!"

Good job. I always enjoy your entries and your humor. You have such a unique and successful style.

specsmachine


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wesmike wrote:Does anyone else see the head and upper body of a T-Rex just above the person?

I see it, now! That totally wasn't on purpose. Thank you, everyone, for the comments!

collinvh


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Re: The Corners of Africa



Thank you for viewing, please vote.

logicalcupcake


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samsdad wrote:no one holds a book that way



I guess he'd have to, since lions have no opposable thumbs.

specsmachine


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coffeybean wrote:Tutorial you say?! I must go find this mythical creature known as a Walmazan turtorial.


Link to the tutorial here! It rocks.

Odysseyroc has several helpful ones, too.



kinzoku


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Re: Reverse Safari



Wow, those colors really work well on the olive shirt. It looks great.

drewpac18


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Re: Maybe Back Up A Little More...



This shirt is for everyone who works with and loves animals and to the kids in all of us. Enjoy, and if so, please vote!

melfox86


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cwendauthi wrote:Love the design, but I'd never wear a shirt with a design that big. If it prints, I might get one for my mom though, since giraffes are her favorite animals.



I thought that too, until I got reading rocket ship. After seeing one on, I love big designs!

kinzoku


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Re: Lapwing sunset



Whooooa.