Friday, October 30, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Okay, this is my grossest entry ever, but I think technically and visually it's my finest work. The brains look really damn photorealistic, and the cartoon whale is very convincing. Aside from the major ook factor, I think it's a mighty fine design. Feel free to give it a vote if you like it.
I had a really good voting count (186, good for 40th place!) for a design I made after my pumpkin one below, but I forgot to pimp it here. One of my cuter ones, sparked mostly due to some drama on shirt.woot when a popular designer got rejected for a kitten in a pumpkin, replaced it with a tiger cub in a pumpkin and rocketed up to 4th place. People were not happy, but at least it didn't get printed. Of courses, since it was one of the "Favored" designers, it'll probably get an HM, but I'm holding out the miniscule hope that my pingu will get tabbed as well. What do you think?
Friday, October 16, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
I think I forgot this design I submitted last week. Don't think it was going anywhere votewise, so I didn't link it up. But I did do some work on it since the contest submission, in the hopes I could sub it somewhere else. Thought it would get the pre-Halloween vote. Alas.
Here's the entry page
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
I decided to enter Cameesa's challenge for MS. It's a rather nice design, combining the source of Multiple Sclerosis (loss of insulation on neurons), the neuron signal (action potential) and the urban environment of the race (city). I expect it to be accepted, and when I do, I'll link the support page. If you know someone who has MS, for only $10 (which is refundable if you change your mind), you could put your name down for one of these.