Topic: It's that time of the year. Show off your political stuff
Obsidianram Posted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 4:23:33 PM
Most of these designs are available for either dark or light colored shirts / pullovers. Many are also double-sided designs (which the example graphics here don't show). Come see these and the other designs in my store: Obsidianram Creations

These two designs are single-sided designs that are (L) dark-only and (R) light-only versions.

Topic: New shirts... show some of yours!!
Obsidianram Posted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 11:38:16 AM
I have both dark and light versions of most T-shirts available, so take a look at what all is in the store. Here's a few of the most recent additions ~ more to follow. Obsidianram Creations

These are both double-sided designs (Dark or Light versions)

Topic: Show Us Your Latest Product
Obsidianram Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 4:32:56 PM
Here's an abstract poster I finished up recently. Feel free to
link to and/or promote for referral if you wish ~ it would be
greatly appreciated, as always!

Topic: New Blog... Submit 1 everyday!
Obsidianram Posted: Thursday, February 02, 2012 9:28:52 PM
Awesome job on the blog and auto-post feature! (must learn how to do that one of these days lol).

Very much appreciate the opportunity for the exposure, and your time
and effort spent making this possible is even more appreciated!
You're a gifted angel, thank you very much!
Topic: Recent Images Used
Obsidianram Posted: Thursday, February 02, 2012 9:04:30 PM
I was hoping Zazzle was on the right track back when they implemented the bulk uploader, but alas my hopes were soon dashed as they failed to pursue it to its' full potential.

Ideally, being able to access our store(s) via FTP and do admin maintenance would be a godsend. It would allow directory creating, deleting, renaming; file moving, copying, deleting, renaming; pretty much all the maintenance things you can do under your own local file manager or website dashboard.

You'd be able to organize your files a heck of a lot faster, also, because you wouldn't have to sit and wait to load each graphic image just to move them or whatever - you'd only be dealing with file names.

I'd really love to see the powers that be enable a feature like this so that as shops continually grow, they don't become so unwieldly and unmanageably large due to lack of proper managerial controls.