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I’m a t-shirt designing robot. I specialise in pop culture/movie parody, paying particular attention to movies from the 1980s, my era when everything seemed much bigger and brighter – but maybe I was just smaller and wider eyed!
Pleased you think so!
dang! out of sight!
Hey, thanks for the Tweet love!
Amazing work, RubyRed!How do you stop the fingers from smudging the mirror?; )
ha yeah, there’s not a lot of room in there either!
Absolutely cracking. It’d be fabulous if they sold “the eye”!
hmmm, I’m sure some think the skill is in the finger tip that presses the button!
Yep, everything the above have already said really – top notch idea and execution. Gotta be one of my favorite shirts for some time… very good!
That’s pretty cool, cheers Naf.
Nice work there mate. My problem is I have a bit of vision but no camera, fingers crossed some xmas sales help with that one!
Let’s hope Santa delivers the goods!
Exactly! I always have a ‘vision’ of the image in my head before I take the shot. Can be very frustrating when I can’t achieve the ‘vision’ though. Great work, as always :D
I guess it’s the same with any piece of art equipment, sometimes my pencil doesn’t translate my vision either ;)
this is awesome Roger. love how your mind works.
My mind, is a strange place at times!