Narfcake


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shmicklet


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omarfeliciano wrote:lol +1 because you really made me laugh!



Thanks!

shmicklet


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shikausstan wrote:Like wise! Glad that stage of internet is over for most!



Agreed, I feel bad for those who still have dial up.

mjgrossmann


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Re: Anatomy of a Troll


You had me at Bass...

oubliette


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supermegatopia wrote:Making funny cat videos and naughty pictures possible.



Okay now THIS, is a well-done Warhol. I saw some other attempts here but in general it looks like clip-art. This has good color balance and relationships.

You sir or madam have a vote from "Team Vitriol"!

orabbit


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Re: Stick Figure Sumi-e (Creme)



By the way, everything was done with a brush and ink on paper. My brush calligraphy isn't so good, and I don't know Chinese, so I hope it's legible.

oubliette


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Re: @CAT



ANOTHER FRIGGIN CA... no wait, this I like. Well drawn.

Only one question... "through art history", what's the style?

rmstorey


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Oh, now I see the shirt outline... it was invisible because of how my laptop screen was tilted.

oubliette


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orabbit wrote:By the way, everything was done with a brush and ink on paper. My brush calligraphy isn't so good, and I don't know Chinese, so I hope it's legible.



As i read it: "Conhikeious say - Too many cats design and Shirt Woo go to dogs."

oubliette


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rmstorey wrote:Oh, now I see the shirt outline... it was invisible because of how my laptop screen was tilted.



I blame Svelbjorn. We could have made the outline white. I tend to do that with my dark shirt submissions.

treehug


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Re: Like Cave Cats



Hey, there are cool cat pictures in that cave over there - add your handprint if you like it.
Inspired by this cave art: http://markgelbart.wordpress.com/tag/cave-paintings/

loulousq


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oubliette wrote:The internet ...how? (and I still think this is better than 20 NyanCat submissions)



rejectionator hasn't stopped by yet though. too bad they used images but i like the character design!

orabbit


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loulousq wrote:rejectionator hasn't stopped by yet though. too bad they used images but i like the character design!



I know. I hate it when people use images in their designs. I only vote for blank shirts!

baybei


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Re: The Mrowr



Two paws up! Love this one! purrr

loulousq


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Re: Cradle of Internetzation



The characters are adorable and the colors are a perfect match to make this ancient feeling you captured a sweet and happy expression on your mail recipent. great job.

loulousq


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Re: Tweet... I like it!!



:O i didn't know Larry ate meat!!

bush256


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I love this. As a programmer, it's my belief that creating secure applications is the job of the programmer, not congress =P

fishbiscuit5


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mjgrossmann wrote:You had me at Bass...



He was one cool cat! Love his work and so much fun to parody.



rmstorey


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Most of the repetitive cat entries here make me cringe, but this is cute, well-drawn, and nicely executed.

hilarym


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Must buy this for my husband...Nyan cat meets Van Gogh? Awesome!

cephy


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cfdunbar wrote:The internets biggest worm-based threats in history..... Art deco style!

Melissa: Named for a stripper that the code designer was obsessed with. 1999 The “Melissa” worm makes a sudden appearance, screwing up specific e-mail programs by clogging them with infected e-mails issuing from the worm. It is the first successful mass-mailing worm.

Code Red: "Hacked by Chinese" was it's calling card. Code Red was a computer worm observed on the Internet on July 13, 2001. It attacked computers running Microsoft's IIS web server.

Conficker: The godfather of Worms...It uses flaws in Windows software and dictionary attacks on administrator passwords to propagate while forming a botnet, and has been unusually difficult to counter because of its combined use of many advanced malware techniques.

4 colors on Cranberry!



I'd wear it just because I have had all out brawls with the conficker in the past...

rmmreddy


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wolfgaidin


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Re: Internet's Most Wanted



This is brilliant. I want it. +1

shikausstan


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bush256 wrote:I love this. As a programmer, it's my belief that creating secure applications is the job of the programmer, not congress =P



I am on board with that thought. Thanks for your comment!

shikausstan


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Re: CvaeNyan



Good job it really cleaned up nice!

thevikingartist


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Re: CvaeNyan



Ak, I typed the title to fast, it's supposed to be CaveNyan. oh well I already got votes so don't want to lose those just to fix the title :\

expo01


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Re: The Mrowr





Great work Wences!!

walmazan


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Re: Anatomy of a Troll



This has to print!

amazing!

pinkfishy


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Re: Hamsterdance!



I like this, except Hampsterdance is spelled with a "p". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampster_Dance

diverdwn


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Re: A Series



Nice.

jasneko


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Re: The Kiss

Dreamy purrs.

orabbit


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pinkfishy wrote:I like this, except Hampsterdance is spelled with a "p". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampster_Dance



I know, but I changed it for three reasons. First, I was afraid Hampster Dance might be a trademark. Second, I wanted it to match Flashdance more closely. Third, I think more people would question the addition of a P than the lack of it - it just looks weird with it.

Thanks for looking!

mutantninja


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oubliette wrote:The internet ...how? (and I still think this is better than 20 NyanCat submissions)



Thanks. Not my best work, but I wanted to get it in quicker than by saturday morning this time around. I was kinda surprised Nyan Cat made an appearance on here! No, wait.. I wasn't.

alazzar


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Re: Dial Up



Unfortunately, after a bad experience with Nevermore, I'm immediately wary of any greyscale design printed on this shirt color. =(

omarfeliciano


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Re: Anatomy of a Troll



Simple yet lol'esque. Does it make sense? ;)

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 33 Private Messages omarfeliciano
Re: Internet Nouveau



Nice touch with the face picture

mollybeee


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Re: I Like Mondrian



funny, I saw this as a middle finger before I saw the thumb

mollybeee


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Re: Tweet... I like it!!



this is brilliant, IMO

mutantninja


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loulousq wrote:rejectionator hasn't stopped by yet though. too bad they used images but i like the character design!



You think it'll get canned? The sketches are public domain, according to Wikipedia.. But still coming to understand what flies here and what doesn't. (only my third derby submission). Seems they're going to be more strict on things close to copyright works, and understandably.
I don't like dropping in images when it's avoidable, I rather it be more authentic and organic. Would have sketched them in Illustrator myself but didn't have the time to. If it DOES get the big, fat, red X then its just back to the ol' drawing board if there's time this weekend.

cfdunbar


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Re: Search in Pure Abstraction



Nicely done - very creative and good use of the artistic movement.