pjpram


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Re: Lapwing sunset

This is an Amazing Design.

ChaosDoctor07


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zekecatz wrote:Why are the zebras smiling?



That's the first question I asked myself when I saw this design on Friday. I still don't have an answer.

"Don't believe´╗┐ in the you who believes in me. Don't believe in the me who believes in you. Believe in the you who believes in yourself."

specsmachine


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GMV. Teddy kicks buttocks. Love ya, Boots!

kharp26


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Re: Spotless



Giraffe keeper...been on safari...and love the color green! SO. Freakin'. Cool!!

scarletyoshi


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Re: Serengeti



The colors! I want this on my body!

Robsoul


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This was an older submission that I've reworked and limited to 6 colors. It previously had 8 colors and was rejected as I recall.

Thanks!

Re: The Hunter and the Hunted



triatomico


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Great work! Congratulations. Definitely GMV!

triatomico


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Shouldn't this be in the Adult section?

artjordan


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Re: A King is Born



i like this one i would wear it

dylia


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z64dan wrote:Also, i think the neck rings don't actually stretch the neck as much as lower the shoulders.



That's absolutely right. The running theory is that they got started as a way to defend against tiger attacks as well as a symbol of wealth.

They're loose enough that the women can wash their necks without the rings getting in the way. They do cause scarring & permanent deformities of the neck, shoulders & collar bones, though.

omarfeliciano


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yellowflower wrote:I was going to say the exact same thing.



Thanks a lot guys

PixelPants


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Re: A Walk In The Park



This design idea arrived fully formed in my head one day and has been waiting for this derby to arrive. I found the image of someone standing astride a galloping rhinoceros and a hippopotomus quite a compelling way to capture a feeling of euphoria.

Here's a link to a larger version - A Walk in the Park - Detail View

chumpmagic


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Re: Main Attraction



Thanks everyone!


berona


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kevito wrote:Please tell me I'm not the only one who saw this COMPLETELY different as to what was going on at first.



I totally missed it...Now Im gonna burn in hell too! Thanks a lot! Haha

midgerock


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Re: Silly Lion Tribal Mask



journal entry July 15, 1947

"What the heck is with the mask the cheiftan wears with the visage of a lion sticking out its tongue? He sits there on his throne with that mask and continues to make fart noises with his armpit while I try to speak with him. This by far is the most peculiar tribe I have ever come across in my travels. All my underwear has been stolen and are being worn by the children on their heads running about the village. I will not try to get them back for not wanting to anger the other villagers. I am yet to understand why they make a "rasberry" sound everytime I sit down to eat with them."

joeyliz


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Re: I hate mondays



How cute are the slippers!!!

elmosuperman


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This gets my vote for being hilarious.

elmosuperman


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Tubular. +1

elmosuperman


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hakuna matata!

elmosuperman


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Clever. +1

Assassin15


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Pheline wrote:While I agree it's beautiful, I wonder if twe eyes would have had a stronger psychological impact? It would be great if the shirt was unnerving to everyone around; if we felt hunted when we saw it on someone. Did you try it as two eyes?



I think two eyes, besides causing the placement issue, would be a bit cliche. To me, a single huge one would actually seem to be even more ominous than two.

PULL UP YOUR SKIRT, WE'RE ON A MISSION/
WE NEED A HERO, NOT A POLITICIAN - "Panhammer" by Phinehas

elmosuperman


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I dig it!

Narfcake


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asmadasrabbits


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Re: Spotless



This is so gorgeous. If it prints I am definitely buying it :3 I love giraffes and green shirts.

melfox86


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yellowflower wrote:I thought I was getting tired of cookie monster, too, but when I saw this, I realized I was wrong. This is awesome! I would definitely buy it. Very clever and cute.



I haven't found a cookie monster shirt yet! (I'm probably the only wooter that doesn't like the binge) This one would fill that mark perfectly- I love it! :-)

drummer07


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elmosuperman wrote:Rockn' colors. I dig it.



great looking shirt, I'd buy one.

bullshay


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yellowflower wrote:I felt the same way... I really love the idea, but I think maybe it wouldn't have been so jarring if it were like, in a candy jungle or something, rather than just a truck on the continent.

Also, now I want some of those cookies.



lol, those are delicious cookies!!!

djauhay


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asmadasrabbits wrote:This is so gorgeous. If it prints I am definitely buying it :3 I love giraffes and green shirts.



agreed!! awesome!

berona


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I am hoping "less is more" with this design. I enjoyed the characters but I had a tough time figuring out where to place them on the The Day the Ponies Come Back (2000).

VooDooPC


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CityVelo wrote: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.



He has a fourth leg in the first picture. I guess one of the Zebras ate it.

tgentry


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viceaverse


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I'm the type that only gives my vote to things I will actually buy, and I rarely buy. This will be only the 2nd shirt I have ever voted for. Literally got chills when the full-page version first loaded - incredible work.

louthenj


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Re: surfin safari



Borrow much? This idea is lazy, and possibly infringing previously generate IP.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Apple_Safari.png

Vormund


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vwclogan wrote:your getting a little redundant in your design.

same idea, diff colors.



I'm not sure why people say this is so similar. It's far different...and awesome!

ipwnsogood


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Re: Lapwing sunset



do want

princessbard


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Re: Lapwing sunset



/need

sleekhare


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Re: Threads



Inspired by the woven cloth of traditional African clothing.

Thinaeariel


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Re: African traditions



Well, It's cute and clever. Good job!

PixelPants


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Re: Lapwing sunset


This is very striking Helgram. Effective integration of the animal images and wonderfully inventive use of line work.

PixelPants


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Re: Fly to Africa



This had me laughing from the thumbnail alone. Neat the way you used the window to frame the scene using the shirt colour. That toy gripped in the childs chubby hand is another great touch. GMV