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spikeani


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Re: Internalizing



Story of my life lol GMV

sturgee


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Re: Tyrannosaurus X



Where is T. Sex?

lila927


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Re: Succulent Suckers



I love this design. If it doesn't make it onto a shirt, please make stickers, or notebooks, or bags, or ANYTHING. Please!

simic


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Re: Drunk Dwarf and the Iron Throne


Thanks for the compliments! I'm so glad you guys like it because I stayed up late trying to finish it. On Wednesday, I had a tiny interruption while working on it.
My wife went into labor with our 3rd child. We had a girl (Nora) and all is well. :D

simic


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Re: surrounded by a-holes



Puntastic!

simic


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jnolen85 wrote:Sweet, this deserves more love.



More loving right here

jasneko


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Re: Happy Morning Full Stack Dance

Sunshine + a tall stack of pancakes = a happy morning dance


chachachino


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Re: Photobomb



Hahaha nice art, clever concept!

chachachino


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Re: My Precious Castle



Awesome! Well made.

jupilberry


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Re: Football Season



Wait a minute, that doesn't seem right.

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Re: Football Season


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spikeani


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Re: I am Porg



Meet Star Wars newest little alien.

fablefire


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simic wrote:Thanks for the compliments! I'm so glad you guys like it because I stayed up late trying to finish it. On Wednesday, I had a tiny interruption while working on it.
My wife went into labor with our 3rd child. We had a girl (Nora) and all is well. :D



Grats on the new girl! You'll have to buy a copy of this for her since the design has the same birthday. :D


flemtone


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Re: United We Stand



This is VERY good!

flemtone


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Re: We Choose to Quote the Moon



I love the concept - this is one of my all-time favorite speeches (I remember hearing it at the time). However, it was JFK Senior, not JFK Jr. President John F. Kennedy's father's name was Joseph.

taternuggets


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Re: Code of Pirates



Wow!


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acraigl


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Re: Pandamonium Code Red



cdrewlow wrote:Really?
https://shirt.woot.com/offers/pandemonium?ref=cnt_ctlg_dgn_0



Gotta agree with this. It's way too similar in concept and execution to no1's classic design. Unintended, I'm sure, but still.

I had a design dq'd not too long ago and it wasn't even something in Woot's catalog (though I did find out later it was printed elsewhere and was a non-printed derby entry).



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acraigl


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Re: Purrty



Great style!

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kharmazero


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jnolen85 wrote:Sweet, this deserves more love.


Thanks a lot for the love

kharmazero


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simic wrote:More loving right here


Thanks a lot for loving it ;))

cdrewlow


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Re: Tyrannosaurus X



Wow! Thanks, everyone! Wences, you feel like making a game? Shreks was the last thing I thought of because I was running out of options that weren't "sex", so I'm glad you like him! Sturgee, I'll make you a T. Sex version, if you like...

thatrobert


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Re: App Indicators



Closeup:



thatrobert


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Re: Pandamonium Code Red



The naming makes me think it was intended -- it's sorta more of a sequel to No1's shirt since he added the "code red" part. I'm sure it's an "unauthorized" sequel though and too similar to the original for my taste.

benjaminleebates


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Re: The Quest



Thanks for the love, my peeps!
I love Escher drawings. When I first started to seriously draw (around 6th grade) I would watch Mark Kissler's imagination station. It was like if Weird Al and MC Escher made a drawing show for kids!
Great for the foundation of shapes in space.

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acraigl


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thatrobert wrote:The naming makes me think it was intended -- it's sorta more of a sequel to No1's shirt since he added the "code red" part. I'm sure it's an "unauthorized" sequel though and too similar to the original for my taste.



TBH, with the lettering and city/fire motif, I thought it was a walmazan at first glance.

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acraigl


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benjaminleebates wrote:Thanks for the love, my peeps!
I love Escher drawings. When I first started to seriously draw (around 6th grade) I would watch Mark Kissler's imagination station. It was like if Weird Al and MC Escher made a drawing show for kids!
Great for the foundation of shapes in space.



Kistler. And wow! I haven't thought about him in ages. I just checked out some youtube vids of him and so many memories came flooding back. Thanks for mentioning that... gosh that was a fun time.

My parents had "The World of MC Escher" book in their library (though neither had much of an artistic lean) and man I loved that book. I was fascinated with his artwork and would show my friends whenever they came over. He was one of my early inspirations, and still aspire to be half as good as he was.

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acraigl


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Re: Mixlord



Really well done!

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cdrewlow


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acraigl wrote:TBH, with the lettering and city/fire motif, I thought it was a walmazan at first glance.



I thought that, too!

thatrobert


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Re: Feline Friends



Even Mr. Fluffers?

cdrewlow


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Re: The Little Lion



I love your art style! I think it's cool the way you drew Grey Worm holding his spear.

Spiritgreen


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Re: Street Art



Love this, and it has a very natural framing on the shirt thanks to the streetlight.

cubbiecatz


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Re: Purrty



So cute!

helgram


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Spiritgreen wrote:Love this, and it has a very natural framing on the shirt thanks to the streetlight.



Thank you :D

IrishRobot


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benjaminleebates wrote:Thanks for the love, my peeps!
I love Escher drawings. When I first started to seriously draw (around 6th grade) I would watch Mark Kissler's imagination station. It was like if Weird Al and MC Escher made a drawing show for kids!
Great for the foundation of shapes in space.



I had completely forgot about Mark Kistler until you mentioned that. I loved watching Secret City as a kid.

Great Escher/Monty Python combo. Brilliant idea!


spikegirl


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Re: My Heart Beats For Pizza



This is perfect for my son!!

spikegirl


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Re: A Colorful Catsplosion



This is truly beautiful and looks like one of my cats. I would totally buy this.

jasneko


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Re: United We Stand

Just great!!


dn1ce25


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Re: A Colorful Catsplosion



Beautiful!!!

krittikae


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flemtone wrote:I love the concept - this is one of my all-time favorite speeches (I remember hearing it at the time). However, it was JFK Senior, not JFK Jr. President John F. Kennedy's father's name was Joseph.




Oh jeez, of course. I've been watching the old Seinfeld rerun when Elaine flirts with John Jr. Thanks for the correction!

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