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benjaminleebates


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Re: King Midas 2047 v2



Gold as solid background color? Is this possible in printing? I mean, I am sure it's possible, but I would think the other colors would not play well. Mostly when printing, I was under the impression that each color is separated and applied only where it exists. So in a WYSIWYG fashion, putting a halftone on top, turns the colors below into a halftone by knocking it out, every color gets it's own space.
I would think that this shirt would have difficulty running if they follow their own rules.

jamesofee


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Re: Blanche, Sophia, Dorothy, Rose



Outdoor Mulch For Gardening CAN WE PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN??????????????

omarfeliciano


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meltedpopsicles


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Poor gold =[

Kinami


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celticdragon wrote:I like it, but I'd like it rather better without the paintbrush.




I agree...gorgeous design, otherwise!

daledreams


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Re: My Golden Dream (ride on air balloon)



I called this golden dream because this was my dream since I was child. and still I want it to happen til now... I hope you dig this work

PixelPants


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Re: You Won



Congratulations you have won a Golden.....?

dijay


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Re: The Geek Awards



Who will be the winner of a Golden Sheldon?

I hope you like it ;)

bopeepwolf


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I need the Golden Girls shirt! Pretty please with sugar on top!

autsey


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Someone mentioned a celtic symbol would be good for this derby, so I did a simple celtic wolf design with the gold ink.

Re: Celtic Wolf



autsey


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Re: Hearts of Gold (v2)



This is lovely!! I want a print for my walls!

anemality


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For those who'd like the design better sans paintbrush, I've made a second version.

http://shirt.woot.com/derby/entry/64825/molten-phoenix

Right there.^ :>

orabbit


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Re: All That Glitters



37 things with gold in their name. Can you name them all? I was inspired by Saul Bass' iconic titles for The Man With The Golden Arm (that's my interpretation of it in the leg of the A). So I got out my scissors and some of my kids' construction paper, and got to work.

Hope you like it!

orabbit


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benjaminleebates wrote:Gold as solid background color? Is this possible in printing? I mean, I am sure it's possible, but I would think the other colors would not play well. Mostly when printing, I was under the impression that each color is separated and applied only where it exists. So in a WYSIWYG fashion, putting a halftone on top, turns the colors below into a halftone by knocking it out, every color gets it's own space.
I would think that this shirt would have difficulty running if they follow their own rules.



It's called overprinting. You flash cure the ink in the underbase, and then print on top. Woot does it all the time with light colors on a dark shirt. I'm not sure how they will handle this metallic ink however. It might need its own underbase It's SUMMER!

anemality


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For those who didn't like the paintbrush on my original entry, here it is without.

You can still see the original by clicking the link in my sig, of course.

orabbit


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Re: Follow



I love the type. Very reminiscent of the books!

benjaminleebates


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orabbit wrote:It's called overprinting. You flash cure the ink in the underbase, and then print on top. Woot does it all the time with light colors on a dark shirt. I'm not sure how they will handle this metallic ink however. It might need its own underbase first.



Interesting. Yeah, I'd love to hear from woot on this. I know with other types of printing, metallics are tricky, because they use real metals (fine) in the pigment and the metal is difficult to suspend in a medium. Plastics and metals don't mix well.

bluetuba


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Re: Dead Pirate's Gold



OOOOOHHHHHHHHH, I really like this. This is kickass

autumnseraphim


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When intentions are far from pure, promises are made to be broken.


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autumnseraphim


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Re: Rumplestiltskin



For those who never meant any harm.


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paxdomino


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bluetuba wrote:This is kinda awesome, is he creating gold veins in rock?



Thanks! My idea was that he is revealing the veins in the rock so he can expand his hoard. So hands off, treasure hunters!

Thanks for the votes!

quabaq


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Re: Elemental Thievery



Oh, that's funny!

bassanimation


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bounty42 wrote:Quick! make teh collaboration shirt!



Yes!!! Collab, collab!!!

quabaq


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Re: Golden Ratio



I'm so glad that someone did something with the Golden Ratio. Simple. Perfect.

kellic


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I REALLY want this as a shirt.

raekath


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Clever!

meltedpopsicles


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Re: Golden Egg



Awe... this is so sad =[

kharmazero


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ThirstyFly wrote:AWESOME!


thanks a lot

kharmazero


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benjaminleebates wrote:Gold as solid background color? Is this possible in printing? I mean, I am sure it's possible, but I would think the other colors would not play well. Mostly when printing, I was under the impression that each color is separated and applied only where it exists. So in a WYSIWYG fashion, putting a halftone on top, turns the colors below into a halftone by knocking it out, every color gets it's own space.
I would think that this shirt would have difficulty running if they follow their own rules.


i knew that it was not impossible to print. i was about to make some searchs to make sure but sir orabbit answered perfectly

accomesafterb


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I think the squished image makes it look like the cat is 'hanging' a little more than I wanted. I'm glad you like the colors though! I assure you I tried to make it look like it was jumping but I shall take note!

kharmazero


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orabbit wrote:It's called overprinting. You flash cure the ink in the underbase, and then print on top. Woot does it all the time with light colors on a dark shirt. I'm not sure how they will handle this metallic ink however. It might need its own underbase first.



thanks alot for the precise technical input orabbit san :-))

expo01


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Re: Dead Pirate's Gold





Amazing work Qetza! +1

supermegatopia


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In baiting a mousetrap with cheese, always leave room for the mouse.

Re: The Trap



officeink


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Re: A Golden Riddle



This design is based on the "Egg" which is the answer to a Riddle from the book "The Hobbit" which is the prequel to The Lord of the Rings series of books/movies. The Hobbit movie will be in theaters later this year and it looks to be amazing. A must see for all Lord of the Rings fans out there. I hand inked the design with micron inking markers and did the colors in PS5. The egg is done in an Art Nouveau style with enter twined curves and curls that will be done in metallic Gold ink.

inu14


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lilsquiggle wrote:Yep, lack of the chin line definitely neatened up the mouth Im glad, because this is a lovely design



Thank you! I'm glad you like it ^^.

cjoymr


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Re: Booty



This image is just too dark! I can't see it.

kharmazero


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Re: Dead Pirate's Gold


this is a killer illo

bluetuba


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Re: Through My Veins



Well that'd be the hardest working dragon I've ever heard of! ;)

I have an overactive imagination, so maybe you'll get a kick out of the what I thought it was.

It looked to me like some sort of origin story of gold. Gold comes from a golden dragon who crawls underground and scratches at the earth, and where his claws marked the stone, gold is created. Then someday centuries later it's dug up by greedy dwarves and crafted into coins and treasures that are later stolen and hoarded by another dragon. It's a great circle of wonder!

bluetuba


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Re: Through My Veins



It could also look like a dragon shooting lightning from his claws, but that doesn't make much sense to me, hehe

It'd be nice if the earthen wall was more visible, or if he was located inside an underground cave or tunnel or something to reinforce that point.

autumnseraphim


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Re: What Noms?



Ze tabby cat has a dilemma: scaredy fishie is too precious to be eaten, but hungry kitty is hungry.

Fishie knows the kitty wants some noms. Fishie thinks "noms" are some kind of catnip or some stupid yarn ball. But then kitty starts staring at fishie...


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