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haha I remember when I was smaller I alway used to play this game when I was by myself. Jumping from tables to chairs never touching the ground afraid i would get burned by the lava. $5 plus I would def buy one.
i lost in that game :(. 5.
best game ever!
2nd best was: keep the balloon up.
if the balloon touched the ground it would explode
Yes! Oh, my childhood.
Good, except I think you lifted the TV directly off of "Get Some Fresh Air".
i used to play that game all the time! 5
haha i used to play that too except the floor was made of shark-infested water
Hmm... The cat is ginormous. But I like it.
Hahaha!! Oh, childhood days. I would totally wear this.
great idea! the cat seems too big compared with the boy.
This is GREAT!!! I would like to see some spillage around the top of the volcano; it looks a little too "clean". This, however, is awesome
It could be a "wild cat".. get it.. it would be larger than normal....? .. yeah.
i used to play this except with crocodiles... until the day my brother split his face open on a desk... chairs with wheels are dangerous...
i would like it better in black but 5
nice work as usual, julian!
The places where the lava meets the legs and TV look REALLY bad. You either don't know how to draw it, or just got lazy.
I'm sorry, that sounded harsh. The concept is really good, but the execution is lacking.
Fantastic concept but like Lionel said im pretty sure the TV was lifted from http://www.threadless.com/product/422/Get_Some_Fresh_Air#zoom
OMG I love this, print it!!!
I figured I could either spend my entire life drawing TVs or I could use my talents for a nobler cause so I used the same TV in two different designs. If it makes you feel better, though, I'll turn myself in for copyright infringing myself.
Im glad your ok with taking other peoples work. Whatever makes you feel good if you get a good score. Ill make sure and keep a look out for plagiarism in your future designs.
The lava game cost me a trip to the ER with a broken finger when I was thirteen. I was trying to ride the lava staircase on a foam mattress. I MUST HAVE THIS SHIRT!
Im pretty sure its ok to lift an image off your own design.
Hoo boy. GET SOME FRESH AIR IS HIS DESIGN, FOLKS!! However I think you should have drawn the TV just so that it would fit better with the rest of the design. It would also be better if the kid (and maybe more than one kid) was stepping from furniture item to furniture item. I like the concept a lot though.
great, but it could use more detail.
I don't know why, but I like this :)
Haha, I didn't realize it was his design. Sorry.
Damn people - quick to jump on that little wagon before checking it all out (where you would find that the tv is from his design). Really love the idea, and agree with whoever said that there should be some spillage coming up from the volcano. Maybe a little explosion? Flying lava? The kids attitude is great, and I feel like the person dying is a grown-up who didn't feel like playing... Good job!
hahah one time the dog had bad flees and they would like be on the ground in the carpet and it was funny cause he would jump from couch to couch trying not to touch the floor and my freind greg said he was playing the floor is lava
we were on vaction thats why the flees got so bad
we extermanited the next day
love this game! another version was that the floor was an ocean infested with sharks
I have no idea what this game is everyone speaks of, but I like the shirt.
OH MY GOSH.
I played this game all the time when I was a kid. My house actually had orange carpet so it made the game that much better.
I really like it, i'd like to see different colours though. I played that in my english class. Except ours was like..acidic orange juice and lava and we had to use these blocks of wood to make a bridge across the room. That was fun. 5 dollars.
acidic orange juice and sharks* Makes no difference though.
I grew up in a house with red shag carpet so I can relate to this. Great concept that just needs some more thought and attention to details. We would throw couch cushions on the floor as little islands to jump/walk on. Some of the older kids would piggyback a young kid while going from one side to the other. We would throw pillows at each other while trying to get around. Sometimes we would work as a team to see if we could get the cat across with everyone having to be a part of it. ---- This design has only one kid and he's bored. Where's the drama ? The floor is made of lava !
Seems lifted from toothpastefordinner.com
The original shirt/design is here.
Hm... Seems lifted from toothpastefordinner.com.
Original image can be seen here.
This design is much better.
I had this same idea for a design, damn you! hehe great execution. 5
oh sweet memories...
I think I'm five again.
Great. I used to play this all the time on the playground. Except our game was a bit more like tag... we had a lava monster who tried to eat everyone. I would always win because I would climb on top of the monkey bars where nobody could get me...
Anywhoways, I love it. Lots.
haha... yes... still play this game... only now its when im drunk...
I feel like the kid should be standing up. I mean, if the floor's made of lava (game or otherwise), I would symbolically try to be as far as away from the lava as possible, IMO.
I loved this game - and the don't step on the (insert color of tile that there is less or here, or if you are advanced then color of tile that there is more of) and all the others are in hot lava, like in the mall or the grocery store. That was a good one too. I still play those with my kids.
great idea! the cat is huge though and something seems a bit off? maybe the colors?
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