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Re: One-eyed, One-horn, Flying Purple People Eater
Now if it was only wearing an itsy-bitsy teenie-weenie yellow polka dot bikini...
palitosci wrote:A skull doesnt is a monster, robot or alien...
Woot should reject it.
Did they say why they rejected it?
I think a flaming skull is monstrous enough that it would fit the theme.
Re: Creature of Shadow and Flame Resub
The close up parts look like its all half tones, that may be the issues with both of your submissions
oakenspirit wrote:No HAL, no sale... ;) just messing... cool idea.
Hah! A friend of mine suggested HAL when I was describing it to him... not sure how he could play with the other 'bots, though, not having any manipulators as he does.
Oh, and thanks for the comment.
bluetuba wrote:This is alot cooler than I thought it would be. The thumbnail doesn't do it justice. I thought somebody just pasted a monster face on a black tee.
Agreed about the thumbnail.
And I also think that those that do click will be of the cute loving crowd, who may then not like this.
Re: Ninja aliens attack an evil lair
Nice. Though I am unclear what bits go with what monster.
Re: Beware a Mask on Halloween
A truly creepy sub O.o
Re: The Monster Cookie
thank you very much for all the love so far, you guys rock!
@ girls ..... hahaha truth because I had not noticed that detail you mention, but if that problem can be fixed up really a little design on the shirt, or perhaps placing cookies slightly upward and sideways, or making smaller design on the shirt .... there are many possibilities. In any case if the woot staff considers it a problem, I have no problem to fix this: D
PS: and sorry for my english :P
Re: Shy Pocket Monster
Squee! I want!
Re: The Goatsucker
Love this one! It would be my second chupacabra tee, which is almost a separate collection...
Re: RockNRoll Purple People Eater
I was working on this when I checked the Derby and saw that someone else had a Purple People Eater. It's cute, too. But this little guy had to come out to rock.
Collab with Inkwellian himself.
Awwww, needs to be back in the fog.
you will want to re-submit, i have a feeling this is going to get rejected cause your mock up does not match the close up.
this is just in awe of this shirt
Re: Dark and Stormy
*just in awe of this
this is a magnificent piece you gave us, very proud to vote for it
bossbug wrote:love this style, but at first glance I thought to myself "damn he's well hung..."
Yeah. It might be my years working with middle-school-aged kids, but my first thought was, "Huh, that's a strange spot for tha--WAIT! This is shirtwoot. That can't possibly be what I think it is . . . can it?" Super cute design, but perhaps a bigger, more rounded, less oblong (er, phallic) belly?
gosh!amazing how you kept it simple but so dynamic and full of energy!
saiun wrote:This is really cool. I love the colors and motion in it!
thanks a lot
Re: The Gentle Gardener
Re: A little suspicious
Love the middle cat's expression.
Re: Imaginary Fiend
*love* this! Snuffy-thulu!! I can't say "want!!!" enough.
Re: Juicement Day
The oranges running are so cute! and scared!
Re: the reader
This giant golem will tell you stories from unknown worlds
2 colors on silver
mrwednesday wrote:I think this is the only one of yours I've seen so far that transcends the generic "color splatter with some stuff in it" design, and goes further to use that composition to tell a coherent story. That alone makes it orders of magnitude more wearable.
Thanks a lot
bluetuba wrote:I like alot of your creatures Kharma, and I agree that this one seems to be an evolution in the right direction. You've got a really neat environment effect, a cool monster, and a bit of a twist with the wagon guy and how that all works together.
Re: Robots do it too.
Rejectionator fodder, IMO.
Rejectionator fodder. That logo is copyrighted. By a big company with dozens of lawyers who sit around waiting for stuff like this to happen.
That is so AWESOME! I want to buy it now!
Re: Monster Limbo Party
hahahaha GREAT ONE!
I LOVE IT!
Re: Grande Latte
Bummer about the no text. This is funny. Good monster too.
Re: Fire & Ice Resub
They can't print it. When you get really smooth gradients like this, anything below 15% and above 85% disappears or fills in respectively. It will not print well, hence the rejection. Merely resubmitting it is kind of petulant. Of course, they could do a better job communicating why.
lyonscc wrote:Resubbing this one, as well.
It's not a photo. While my title references the Balrog of Moria, it doesn't resemble any artist's rendition of a balrog.
As far as halftones go, I've run sample halftones from the AI file, and they're incredibly straightforward. They wouldn't look muddy at all...
What do you mean you've "run sample halftones"? Do you have RIP software? Did you print films? Did you then burn those films to screen and see that the 10% and smaller halftones exposed properly? Did you then print those screens and see that dot gain wasn't an issue above 90%?
It's a really cool technique - well done! But it appears Woot has told you they can't print it. I'm not sure what you hope to gain by resubmitting. Nothing has been changed, therefore a second rejection is imminent.
When I first saw this I thought: "what is that... it can't be... it can't be what I think it is.. what is that? that's a weird place to put.. but it can't be... let me read the comments... ohhh it's the stomach"
See no evil, speak no evil, hear no... damn!
Re: No Evil
Re: Not On My Watch
This is so good, I feel like I have to add a second comment.
Re: I'm Going After You
Resub on a shirt color Woot offers, or face rejection!
orabbit wrote:They can't print it. When you get really smooth gradients like this, anything below 15% and above 85% disappears or fills in respectively. It will not print well, hence the rejection. Merely resubmitting it is kind of petulant. Of course, they could do a better job communicating why.
Maybe they meant "We can't print this" instead of "We can't run this" if it's a gradient issue.
I'm pretty sure there have been gradient specific rejection messages before, it is kinda sad when we have to break down the semantics of the message.
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