Inspector Gadget, Scooby-Doo Hockey Jersey Designs
UPDATE (July 22/2013): I’ve updated both designs to be a bit cleaner and brighter. The old designs have been jettisoned into orbit! Dr. Claw got fewer forearm stripes and a new font for the name and numbers. Scooby got a new font and a brighter color scheme, as well as a new license plate patch. Original post as follows:
As promised elsewhere, behold! A Doctor Claw jersey. The arm stripes represent the MAD doctor’s gloves to a tee. Other than that particular character trait, the rest of the jersey carries the MAD theme. I’d like to think if they started a company team, they would wear these.
Speaking of Inspector Gadget, I discovered something about the show I never noticed before. There is very little onscreen lip-sync used. Besides Dr. Claw’s mouth never needing to be animated, the rest of the characters were often framed so their mouths didn’t have to be animated to a voice-over. Gadget’s mouth was often covered by a piece of paper or his hand. When Penny talked, it was mostly Brain shown as listening (like when he is looking at his video watch). I admire this approach, as it allowed them to focus on the slapstick and body language instead. The animation was very good quality for its time.
Here is a Mystery Machine-themed design for Scooby and the gang:
Forgive me for not covering this one in orange flowers and wavey stripes. I just couldn’t bring myself to do it.
These designs are just for fun, no plans currently to make them available.
Posted on August 17, 2012, in Geeky Jerseys, Hockey Jersey Design and tagged Cartoons, Geeky Hockey Jerseys, Hockey Jersey Design, Inspector Gadget, Logo design, Scooby-Doo. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.