I saw this meme about going to Tim Horton’s in a Canadian snowstorm, that is the part above the black bar, during the snowstorm brewing outside. I immediately thought of a pun reply that i put in the black bar to make a new version. Enjoy! 🙂
This past spring, the Atlantic Sewing Guild to which I belong had what was called a Knits Challenge. The idea was to sew something out of knits, preferably one of two McCall’s patterns, McCall’s 5890 or McCall’s 6247, but not necessarily so. The patterns were chosen for the general simplicity to encourage many to try, but also for their versatility as each had a wide variety of pieces. I had sewn with knits before, like with this customized dress from two patterns, so I went with trying a pattern not meant for knits as my challenge. In the spirit of sewing with knits, I would be expanding my range to be able to sew more things with knits should I succeed, meaning I would be sewing with knits more often in the long run as was the goal for everyone to get some more experience sewing with knits.
Piñatas are brightly-colored decorations made from a cardboard shape covered with papier-mâché, in case you don’t know what one is. Inside are candies or little gifts which children can get by beating the piñata with a big stick until the piñata breaks open, usually while blind-folded. Each kid takes his/her turn until the piñatas is completely opened up and nothing remains inside.
It’s something I imagine a lot of people like to do to those dictators!
I created these Autobot vertical format trading cards, or just plain photos for decorative purposes. They are regular photo size so you could just take the files to wherever you print pictures and print them! I designed them for convenience that way. Of course, they could also be printed on other things like stickers and such, including at smaller sizes like 2″ x 3″. However, I would not recommend printing these on paper above 9″ x 6″, if you still want quality in the image.
These are “fan art”, NOT official products so please do not interpret them as such, try to convince others as such or try to profit from them!
The Autobot art came from the Transformer toy boxes, and were obtained from Botch the Crab’s Transformers Box Art Archive. However, I did my fair share of Photoshop magic to get them in the condition you see here, and then did the design on my own. These all print very nicely, even though a few of them will look just a tad rough on-screen if you view them to download. This was because the original art source didn’t always have a very high resolution scan and it is a lot larger on your screen than in print.
Just click on the file you want to download it. Then take it to your a store with a photo printing machine and print them out. It’s that simple!
Files areabout 1.0 MB to keep the high quality print details. They are 1800 x 1200 pixels if you want to print them on something other than a normal printer, and your printing shop asks you for a file size to see if it’s big enough to do what you want.
You can look forward to seeing some of these G1 Autobots in wallpapers I will create in the near future.
- Avatars, buddy icons and Facebook profile pictures
- Collectible Trading Cards (print like regular 6″ x 4″ photos)
- Facebook tagging pictures
- Posters (18″ x 24″)
- Wallpapers of many sizes