Author Archives: Dave Delisle
The orange Mobile Infantry one is new, the other two (Federation and Roughnecks) are tweaked versions of existing designs.
I would love to make any of these available, so please like/tweet/comment to let me know you have what it takes to be a citizen.
I made an Evangelion design in 2012 and posted it on Facebook, but I looked at it today and it hurt the eyes so I decided to make a new one. This time I decided to use my “KISS” approach (Keep It Simple, Stupid) and used the current Calgary Flames jerseys as an influence, and I think it turned out okay.
Unfortunately there isn’t much love for anime jerseys so this one probably won’t be offered (unless I’m abducted by a crazed EVA fan and forced to do so, a la Misery).
Hope you had a great holiday season! I look forward to bringing you more geeky designs this year.
Seeing as video games killed the table hockey star*, why not incorporate video game imagery into table hockey? Player sprites from NES Ice Hockey or Blades of Steel or EA’s venerable NHL series could be turned into table hockey players (the flat 2D variety), creating a retro look for the ol’ table top.
The player sprites from NHL 94 (or any EA game from the 16-bit era) would probably be the most ideal for superimposing onto existing table hockey players. The sprites for NES Ice Hockey would probably need their own custom player shapes (as seen above).
I might have to tackle this fun idea one day. I just wish there was a proficient way of making DIY stickers, y’know?
*I don’t mean to brag, but I am of course referring to myself.
Really basic design for Chuck, which I just started watching on Netflix Canada. I feel bad for being so late to the show, it is a lot of fun.
Like all NBC Universal designs, this will never be offered because I am an evil blogger. Muahahahahaha! Evil.
My first wallpaper for this blog is an NHL ’94 version of Bobby Orr’s famous “leaping” goal from 1970. I drew sprites for Bobby Orr, the goalie, and the player who tripped Orr. I then edited the goal crease and removed some helmets to reflect the 70′s era.
I’m contemplating doing a few others, such as Paul Henderson’s ’72 goal, the USA Miracle on Ice celebration, the Golden Goal from 2010 (Crosby), and that’s all that comes to mind right now.
After the jump: a version of the wallpaper with a star, and another version with the game’s UI (4:3 sizes too).
America: puck yeah! This one was tough to do because the Team America uniforms are asymmetrical and, well, pretty gaudy (the camouflage especially), which I’m sure is intentional. The blue sections of the jersey above are supposed to be covered in stars, but I just couldn’t do it man.
No plans to make this one available. I’m just happy to finally post this one, as I can now move on to other stuff.