j5


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Re: Press Start



No PC love?
//sadface

move along

jonzo11


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j5 wrote:No PC love?
//sadface


Minecraft is all the love PC needs.

oubliette


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j5 wrote:The text is very difficult to read.



Well, 2 things:

1. The bottom is Latin, so if you don't know Latin, yes, I'd agree.

2. The image is small and it DOES read better in full size. No excuse, it just does.

3. The day-glow green is like that especially at this size. On the shirt though, it's going to be amazing to behold.

I'm eager to see this print. Even if it doesn't print here, I'll do it myself. I'm a sucker for day-glow, glow in the dark and other eye-gasm stuff.

I hope others are too.

bounty42


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Re: A Runner's Code



Needs a Sheep.



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bounty42


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Re: We Are Villains!



I'm not sure how well the text is going to take reduction for womens and children's shirts, but I look forward to seeing how it comes out.



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oubliette


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j5 wrote:The text is very difficult to read.



And for those wondering:
TOP - "Vive La Villainy" (Long Live Villainy)

BOTTOM - "SIC GORGIAMUS ALLOS SUBJECTATOS NUNC"

pyromike25


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Sneaky. +1

pyromike25


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Sweet!

pyromike25


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Black Light Colors! Never seen anyone advertise that before! Looks Cool!

pyromike25


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Like...No...LOVE!!! +1

oubliette


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bounty42 wrote:I'm not sure how well the text is going to take reduction for womens and children's shirts, but I look forward to seeing how it comes out.



You make a good point. Here's the full sized text (for example):



I think it'll be fine!

pyromike25


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Love it! I wish they could have run the Stark one though. :-(

j5


quality posts: 63 Private Messages j5
bounty42 wrote:((Assuming your taunting me)) Here's a link for you then!
http://www.facebook.com/groups/121269351290197/330780767005720/?ref=notif&notif_t=group_activity#!/pages/House-Stark-of-Winterfell/135925266489289

((Assuming your not))

The House of Stark is a family in the Novel Game of Thrones. All their last names are STARK. Their blazon (the technical name for the design of a shield) is a grey direwolf on an ice-white field.

Ironman is the Alter Ego of Tony Stark. This is the same last name as the family in Game of Thrones. So the design takes the image of Ironman, and applies it to the OTHER Stark image, that of a DireWolf.


Also this Google search for GoT/Ironman mashups which, ironically, includes at least 2 proper crests.

move along

pyromike25


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Fun.

pyromike25


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Sweet! Love the moderny rendition of a crest.

pyromike25


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Sweet!

pyromike25


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it is kinda dark. great design though.

pyromike25


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should use the three original starter pokemon.

benjaminleebates


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Re: Royaly Sweet!



Far too katy perry.

bounty42


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Re: League Of Legends Two Sided Crest



Wow, you drew those? Awesome!



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bounty42


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pyromike25 wrote:should use the three original starter pokemon.



But those aren't the Team Rocket Pokemon. and I am shamed to know this.



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bounty42


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oubliette wrote:You make a good point. Here's the full sized text (for example):



I think it'll be fine!



It's still Vectored there. Try Rastorizing your font, then reduce by 15% and see what you get.



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j5


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oubliette wrote:Well, 2 things:

1. The bottom is Latin, so if you don't know Latin, yes, I'd agree.

2. The image is small and it DOES read better in full size. No excuse, it just does.

3. The day-glow green is like that especially at this size. On the shirt though, it's going to be amazing to behold.

I'm eager to see this print. Even if it doesn't print here, I'll do it myself. I'm a sucker for day-glow, glow in the dark and other eye-gasm stuff.

I hope others are too.


That's 3 things.


move along

DoomedPaladin


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Re: Carnivore's Guild



I like the idea, not so much the execution.

benjaminleebates


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Re: Holy Grill



skirting the rejectionator, just skirting...

bounty42


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j5 wrote:Also this Google search for GoT/Ironman mashups which, ironically, includes at least 2 proper crests.



Your google is greater than mine, as I see none in the first 9 PAGES of images. Though the Woot shirt Iron or Gold is on page 5.



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jarrison


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Re: Sir Loin



Sir Pent? Sir Inge? No, it's Sir Loin, and he's here as a warning to carnivores everywhere. "Keep ye olde distance," he says. "Or taste ye mine spatula."

(NOTE: I know there are unattractive paste lines and the half-tones are wrong (I.E. Non-existent). Version 2 forthcoming.)

20lives


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Re: Link Crest



you sir deserve a medal

PemberDucky


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Staff

j5 wrote:That's 3 things.



the latin word for "three" is "2." it's a very complex language.


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Not sure if you should post that? This slightly-nsfw-flowchart will help.

ciaralee


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Re: House Matthias



Ha, Redwall! That's an underexploited reference. Surprising,really, since it's full of cute animals...

ciaralee


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Re: Star Crest



Well done! I like the phaser detail on the top.

omarfeliciano


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Re: Sir Loin



lol, love the joke here!

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 34 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: Star Crest



Awesome and cute!

bounty42


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PemberDucky wrote:the latin word for "three" is "2." it's a very complex language.



you manning the cannons on teh USS Rejectionator today Pember?



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stingray69


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Re: Slimebusters



Really well done. Give it some love, people. This just oozes style.

ldokiernan


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j5 wrote:No PC love?
//sadface



hahaha I'm Sorry! The Headset is supposed to represent PC Gaming. I tried a mouse and sort of like a desktop tower, but they didn't look as good. Really liked the headset Curves cuz they worked well. Plus there's a "Leroooooooy Jenkins" starting under the portal gun. and of course, Minecraft.

walmazan


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benjaminleebates wrote:skirting the rejectionator, just skirting...



Please no! there's nothing else that even vaguely alludes to Monty Python. The Holy Grail has been around centuries.

anemality


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clarinerd wrote:I probably would have gone with "ego habetne" for the latin (the -ne makes it a question), but nice design nonetheless!



Aw, oops. I guess we'll just assume they've already conquered the cheezburger.

bounty42


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benjaminleebates wrote:skirting the rejectionator, just skirting...



No where near the Rejectionator, if the Rejectionator *THINKS* for half a second. The Holy Grail is part of the Arthurian Cycle. It's been on hundreds of stories. We auto jump to python, it's our geek comfort zone, but if you look at the design there's no ducks, no rabbits, no cocoanuts, no shrubbery.

It's a play on King Arthur. This one would even pass the "NO POP" test.



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expo01


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Re: Star Crest - Navy





Love it!