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Buttersheep

and has been a part of the Threadless community for 5 years, 3 months! Buttersheep has scored 91 submissions, giving an average score of 2.03, helping 0 designs get printed.

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  • No...lately as in your last few designs. Don't take it poorly...no slam against you, but I think there's a line between work that appears intentionally loose/whimsical and work that looks rushed. Think about how that applies to your work.

    Otherwise, keep the designs coming....I enjoy what you contribute.

    posted 5 years, 1 month ago in I Have Seen The Future

  • Lately it looks like you've taken to making designs you think will garner positive message board feedback. It's understandable...but unfortunate...

    posted 5 years, 1 month ago in I Have Seen The Future

  • Nice Illustration...$5.

    Also, check out Mioke's website...her work is amazing.

    posted 5 years, 1 month ago in wanderer

  • I appreciate the feedback 40_thieves...but I disagree.

    The practice of selecting "C" when one does not know the answer to a multiple choice question is not only well know but also greatly respected. Many procrastinating students have relied heavily on "C" to guide them through the treacherous seas of academia, and I believe these individuals would proudly wear this shirt.

    I must also mention...perhaps defend...the time honored tradition of immature information fillers. FOR GENERATIONS....class clowns everywhere have used name blocks and ID boxes as a primary means of delinquent expression. I firmly believe that the current generation of young adults on this planet is largely comprised of reformed miscreants...reformed miscreants desperately searching for a t-shirt, MUCH LIKE THIS ONE, that affords a subtle but much appreciated bit of scholastic nostalgia into their daily lives.

    God Bless You, and God Bless America!

    posted 5 years, 1 month ago in When in doubt...

  • FYI: No trademark issues with SCAN-O-Tronico...bogus name.

    posted 5 years, 2 months ago in When in doubt...