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A technical way to assemble a s'more
Coolness.! I think thats great.
I don't know what a s'more is?
Oh, wow. This makes me think of "Stranger than Fiction," and how the main character always had all those white lines around him with numbers, calculating everything he did...
This is REALLY cool. I'd so wear this.
ive always put the chocolate beneath the marshmallow, that way it gets all melty.
ha ha ha great! 5$
awesome, but I think it'd be awesomer if you put something in about the marshmallow being heated, and aren't there usually two pieces of chocolate? Still $5
two pieces of chocolate, I thought there was usually 4 pieces? Anyways great illustration, and I really like how you used the scientific white lines. $5
marshmellow should look toasted.
kewl 5 $
Toasted marshmallow (or a flammable symbol point to it), another piece of chococlate, maybe some more "blue-printy" ideas and this is a 5$. As is, i'd still buy it since i love things making fun of those stupid blow-out designs. 4$
$5 fekin brilliant!
This is really cute. Nicely drawn, simple. :)
Man, I knew it was gonna look better if you decided to take those tips you got in the critiques, but I never thought it was gonna look this good! $5
nice nerd take on yummy smores. can you make the marshmellow toasted?
HAHA this is so gonna make it. Although when you eventually win, I suggest you make the chocolate a bit thicker.
Why is there measurements showing the distance between each element? Nice execution, ut smores are obviously an American thing. Looks delicious!
this looks awesome, its just what i was thinking of when I suggested to add the lines!
best of luck!
man, thanks for the great comments everyone. 2 notes, the design started out with the chocolate below the marshmallow but I really like the shadow that it makes on the graham cracker so I swapped them. I would like to make it toasted but I'm out of colors, maybe I can play with the shades of brown a bit. Thanks a bunch folks.
So when fully assembled this thing should be over 8 inches tall? I'm confused. And yeah, s'mores are apparently pretty much an American phenomenon so you can tell the limeys on this thread pretty easily. =)
this is so cute! I would wear it! =)
it could've been more technical with info on toasting the marshmellow and the degree of burn.
Awesome design. Maybe you could take the gray out of the marshmallow and use a different brown to give the marshmallow dimension and the burnt look. And instead of the height of the entire smore (8.55" seems rather tall), you could make that number the pressure (psi) it takes to press the smore together, and then add a line pointing to the burnt marshmallow with the degree of heat it takes to brown it. Also, I don't think you need the height from the bottom of the marshmallow to the top of the chocolate.
very niice. mayb on a darker color though (brown?) so you could see the white writing better
s'mores are my mostest favoritest.
I love Smores! I like the design, but maybe I would change the color of the shirt, I think it would look good on a darker color.
I like it. Very clever. It looks like argyle from afar. I want to be wearing this right now $5
I'm jealous that I didn't do this first, but you made a dream come true.
I'd buy one!
but chocolate under marshmellow
What a great concept. Appeals to artist, engineers, and campers.
I don't exactly understand the height thing,
but, anyway, I agree with hockeygator's ideas....
Wha, I know some engineers who would loooove this!
Really fun :)
...what do you think of this...?
deliciously well done
the 8.55" and 3.20" really need to go... could leave the dotted lines there for fill, though. Would like to see the diameter of the marshmallow, but that's getting pretty picky. Remove the 8.55" and 3.20" text and it's a $5.
I love the idea of using PSI instead of height, makes a lot more sense. That's a change I'll make if I get the chance.
Would def buy this. $5.
how bout on green shirt instead of blue? a $5er anyway