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i'll be surprised if someone hasn't done this before(or will I?) i got this idea from a comment that i made for baseballmidgets math demon shirt so you can blame him!
6^3 = 216.
Maybe if you did '666' in binary or hex, or using an equation that totalled '666' instead of using an equation that DIDN'T. 'Cause it's gonna be nerds wearing this, and they don't take kindly to math errors!
Otherwise, fivenbuy, because I'm a total sucker for pixellatey things.
but it's a cube 6x6x6!
the devil's new number is 617
is it? why?
would it help if i had 6(6(6)) instead?
nice. Always like a good orthographic projection! two comments: smaller type. I'm a type geek, myself and I often find that using type is a matter of contrast. Here the type has the same presense as the illustration. If the type were smaller, it would add a bit of visual tension. It would also cause the viewer's eye to move between the two rather than settle somewhere in the middle. Make the viewer work just a little bit...
I also wonder if adding one more black cube at the bottom near corner to make the beard pointier might help.
5 as it is and $ with smaller type
@barkon aye it probably would i was also thinking of adding some flames or something in a similar style what do you think?
Flames are a tough call. I wouldn't want to distract from the head. But, now that you mention it, it does need something like that. I wonder if shirt color might make it more cohesive. I think the illustration really deserves work.
And I just found out today that the new number is 616, 617 is the Boston, MA area code.
yeah, you should totally jump the gun on everyone who doesnt know and give it a 616!
dammit!, just my bloody luck! a cube 6 long,1 deep and 6 high just wouldn't work so well :¬(
Cool design but I would get rid of the type, the design is self explanatory. Avoid using equations since most people hate math and those who really undestand it will make you look like an ass since the one on the shirt has a different result than you wanted. That takes away from the design and why ruin a great looking shirt, maybe just use 666 in a 8-bit font
haha.. thats a good one =)
looks cool.. dont need the numbers though
this is extremely clever. i never would have thought of this. those who think that you're trying to get a formula that equals 666 are retarded. it's the dimensions of the cube and that's all! i like the pointy beard idea, and i personally probably would have put 6x6x6 instead of 6^3, but it's still a 555 as is.
drop the text. and no flames. keep it simple.
@krebscout-thank you,thank you,thank you!
@turkeymonkey-i'm working on a revision of this with cuboid flames and it looks kinda cool!.
arrg! text! loose 2 marks. 3.
its way to math-y. chill out. its summer now and the last thing i want to be doing is 6^3. but the graphic is great. 4.
take out the text for sure.
I like the math text - most people wont give a crap about it's math political correctness ....they'll interpret it as 6 x6x6 away. And get it. This is a shirt almost everyone can enjoy, not just holier than thou math or computer geeks if he went a bianary route. Its kinda false advertising if you were wearing a shirt with bianary code and arent a computer geek anyway. Its the reason I dont wear those t-shirts, although I understand and enjoy the joke. Just keep it the way it is, for the lay people.
thans for all the comments, i feel the text is important to illustrate that it is a 6x6x6 cube, because who the hell is going to spend the time counting the cubes on your shirt?
this good ~!! i like it ~!! %%%55%%%
as a strong believer in jesus christ and the holy father im deeply offended by this. you obviously have no respect for the lost souls who succomb to the devils ways... FOR SHAME
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