wolfgaidin


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atlanticavenue wrote:My first shirt I bought on here was designed by you, Patrick. I do enjoy your style. Yet again, nice design



Ditto to that.

Your shirts are always top-notch artwork. GMV.

WierdBMD


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collinvh wrote:Yes, Including the outline of the leaf I have 100 rings expanding to the right side. My eyes were just going crazy after I triple checked it.



Well, in that case GMV - - - Not that I am going to count the rings myself- Thanks for doing the hard work.

spinachwrap


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Re: Replicating Pattern


Speaking as a biologist: We don't generally do math with DNA as pictured here* and it has little (nothing? I don't specialize in genetics) to do with fractals.


* Not math that's common knowledge, anyway, other than genotypes and probability (Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, crosses...). You could argue for significant differences between sequences or quantitative genetics or something, but that doesn't come to mind from this.

ooid


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Re: Born to be hexagon specialist



Sooo..if there is school for the bees, hexagon must be the most fundamental math subject there.

wolfgaidin


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Re: Everything is Gold



Geeky Gold. +1

ChaosDoctor07


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Re: Fractal Winter



Cool looking, but really...Two fractal submissions in the same derby? Come on, now.

"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."

mstefani


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I love this shirt but I wish it had a different background color <3

Nonetheless +1

zalameria


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ooid wrote:Sooo..if there is school for the bees, hexagon must be the most fundamental math subject there.



cute idea. too bad there are a few others to steal the thunder.

ramyb


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paigeg wrote:This, I like. Not saying I'd buy/wear - math is not my thing, and I doubt anyone I know would get it. In fact, I can almost guarantee it. But this is what I was talking about in the threads for other 'equation' subs that were done in rigid rectangles - no flow. This has flow. And I like the hand-written look of the equation.
I first thought of 'Nevermore' when I saw this, and groaned. But if nothing else, this would print much more nicely.



Thanks, for the most part :P I spent several hours writing and planning this out- it took four or five attempts to get the length to work out perfectly with the shape of the cat, and then another time to rewrite it in nicer handwriting.

meandsecoya


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Re: MAG-PI'D



I think I'd like it better WITH the text, to be honest. I 'get' it without it, but the text makes it funnier. Plus, I have a couple friends I'd buy it for if it had the text because it's a perfect play on their roller derby names, but it would make no sense for them to wear it without the text.

wolfgaidin


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paigeg wrote:Or just the flake. I did say in the pre derby thread I'd welcome snowflake fractal subs. But that extra bit just ruins this for me.



I agree. Sticking with the snowflake theme would have been cool, or, alternatively, a coniferous fractal tree would have meshed well for the holiday season.

Also,

Fractal Tree

The addition of the snowflake and the swirls taken from his current DNA entry are probably enough to be different from patrickspens design though.

wolfgaidin


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Re: Schrödinger's Equation



This is awesome. I would get this as well as one for my friend for Christmas. I hope this surpasses your other two designs because it's so much better. GMV.

logicalcupcake


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Re: Flying Lessons



This is the most adorable design ever. Don't tell me you've never had a moment where you tried to flap your arms just in case you could fly...

schroddie


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That is one happy neutrino! :D

logicalcupcake


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Re: Replicating Pattern



While DNA could be the "in nature" the rules refer to, I don't see how slapping a fractal on the design makes it "Math in Nature." DNA has absolutely nothing to do with fractals. You might as well just have a turbunguin with a 1+1=2 in small print at the bottom.

cdwilson


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Re: Snowflakeman



Is that a cigar? I would vote for it w/out a cigar.

schroddie


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See my nickname to the left? Need I say more? GMV! I so wish this tee-shirt wins. That would be two tee-shirts I buy from Ramyb's design. And you are local. Yay, go Baltimore! :D

ceptious


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"E pluribus unum" is Latin; it means "From many, one". This week's submission expresses the concept of a dollar "$1" made from all of its 100 parts, the same way a fractal expresses itself. There are many styles of pennies illustrated. Six colors on an asphalt gray shirt.

ashkonh


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Re: Time of civilization



That's awesome!

queenofgeeks


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stingray69 wrote:The funniest part about this shirt is that most people won't catch on until they get to BOOBIES.



I think I read this in one direction sesibi? eseeg? seiboob? Then went the other way and immediately saw BOOBIES...

And then it all made sense!

Well played.

GEEK IS CHICK

gayemeyer


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Re: 100 Year Old Oak



I really like this design, Collin!

jboshaw


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Re: Probability Of A Blue Spiny



i am all about punnett squares. however, i guess i'm a minority in not being a fan of mario. best of luck, anyhow.

logicalcupcake


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citizencoyote wrote:ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!



For a moment, I actually thought that was Welsh.

jboshaw


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Re: Fun With Fibonacci



this is brilliant and original and if i could have more than one vote, they'd all be for you. i will be purchasing this if it prints.

doesn't hurt that i'm a fan of the nautilus. ;)

missmonet22


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Re: Schrödinger's Equation



I must have this.




nabesmer


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jagendorf wrote:Patrickspens is a beast. Chalk up another derby print.



YAR! I must own this shirt! +1

D3lusional


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aluhx wrote:I think it's arbitrary only if the viewer doesn't understand the concept of the golden ratio...



It's just a golden spiral superimposed over a nice background... arbitrary.

nabesmer


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walmazan wrote:this is amazing! +1



I concur, Love! +1

D3lusional


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ohaisup wrote:The eyes are pretty gosh darn necessary, or else the reference would be lost.



Yeah it would be, and now that you mention it, I would rather like this shirt if that were the case. It's a nice design without the Mario reference getting in the way.

nabesmer


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Re: Geometrees



Hilarious! I really like the clean look of this design. I would buy this for my math crazy son in a heartbeat!

madalice


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Re: Fluid Dynamics



Wow, very nice. This looks similar to a series of stock illustrations on istockphoto.com. Did you do those too?

http://soc.li/sIhb64l

tonythai1981


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D3lusional


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Re: The Summation of Birds



Nice concept, sloppy execution. The math is rather messy here, it kind of makes sense but not if you really think about it. X has a definite value(crow) and the sum of one crow squared(one crow) is a murder?

Something simpler maybe,

(n>/=3)_SIGMA^n(crow_n)= murder

D3lusional


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D3lusional wrote:
(n>/=3)_SIGMA^n(crow_n)= murder



Wait that's wrong too, it would by something like,

(n=1)_SIGMA^6(crow_n)=murder

Where 6 is any number you like really since any size group is a murder.



D3lusional


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Re: 100 Year Old Oak



Very nice. +1

palitosci


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ashkonh wrote:That's awesome!



Thanks you ashkonh!

fossilgirl1


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Re: Doppler Effect



Great idea for the derby and I like your color choices. GMV

gagethompson


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Re: Bee-ometry



I really like the exploded diagram of the honeycomb on this one. I also like that the blackboard has actual math diagrams on it.

Very nice, very cute.

texnewmex


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Re: Fun With Fibonacci


Rads, I always look forward to seeing what you come up with! Fibonnaci's Numbers make think about the old TV show "Square, Two, One Contact" on PBS--(MathNet, I think

What a smart design!

asmadasrabbits


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Re: Fractal Winter



THIS IS STUNNINGLY ORIGINAL
gmv