New Captain and Shellhead designs, just in time for my most-anticipated film of the year. Captain gets a few new additions: the star and numbers are now lined with silver; two all-new patches that celebrate his team and teammates; and lastly blue stripes have been added to the cuffs. The main blue is also darker.
Shellhead gets a radical makeover, with a jersey layout similar to the NHL’s Penguins and Senators. New patches throughout. Black is added to the color scheme. The numbers and letters are silver, to match the main logo. Read the rest of this entry
This one is based on the Pawnee Rangers episode from Parks and Recreation (Season 4, episode 4, also known as the Treat Yo Self episode), except I heavily modified the Rangers logo to include Ron himself. The ‘Swanson’ shield was shown at the end of the episode.
The drab grey uniforms the Rangers wore did not make for an interesting jersey, so I went with green instead. You’ll be forgiven for thinking this was a military jersey, the Swanson shield certainly helped push me in that direction.
Part 2 is a breakfast-themed design for Ron Swanson. I’m also thinking of doing one for the Pawnee Goddesses.
Originally you could see Bodhi’s eyes within the mask, but they were too unnerving so I removed them. A cheeky President Seal goes on the shoulders, my take on the USA Hockey logo goes on the back.
Pretty weird, huh? Yeah it’s not “geeky” per se, but I’ve always been a big fan of the original film (it’s sad I have to make that distinction now). It’s just a perfect movie. The great cast, action, and oh-so rich dialogue that Aaron Sorkin can only dream of writing: “Back off, Warchild…seriously.”
Don’t know if there’s enough interest in this one, but I enjoyed drawing it up for my own amusement.
UPDATE: added the stripe and fixed up the main logo a bit to sit better on said stripe. The offered one features a lace-up collar, GJ can’t do round collars just yet.
My one reservation for doing a Fallout hockey jersey is that darn vertical stripe on the front — I don’t like it! It works for baseball, but not so much for hockey. There’s an unused Bombers logo that was to sit on the side of the missile, but it looked better without.
Despite the hiccups that Fallout 4 has endured during its launch week, I want to applaud Bethesda for the short 6 month announcement-to-release time frame. I wish all big games/movies took this approach. I’ve been hearing about Batman V. Superman for almost 2.5 years now and I just can’t be bothered with it anymore.
UPDATE (January 27th 2016): while the original Mighty Ducks design (below) was a hit with some folks, loyal fans of the show have asked that I create something more in the colors and theme of Darkwing Duck, and I hope I delivered here.
I decided to make a retro 40’s version of the character, and for a bit of humor he’s about to get hit by his own grappling gun. The back patch was supposed to echo the 60’s Batman logo but that’s been done to death so I just have an action pose for Darkwing. Read the rest of this entry
Here is the 7th edition of the popular Direwolves design. Geeky Jerseys wanted to do a “silver variant” of the design (like the gold variant for Voltron last year), so I came up with this.
New stripes this time, so hopefully folks who avoided the previous 6 designs because of their LA Kings look will be on board for this one. New shoulder patches and a back patch that is a stylized “W”/crown for Westeros. The back patch is my riff on Adidas, so if we ever did football kits that would be the go-to logo.
You can grab it now until the end of November (arrives late Jan/early Feb 2016):
Right now the plan is to make this a one-time special edition (like the aforementioned Voltron jersey), and revert to 6.0, but plans change so we’ll see what happens here.