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I’d like to think that given a sketchpad and pencil, a Reaver would probably doodle a few logos similar to what you see above. This is because Reavers and artists share so much in common. We artists like to scavenge and stick to the fringes of everyday society.
Anyways this design was inspired by that “Some men just want to watch the world burn” quote from The Dark Knight. The Reavers are folks who’d like to see the ‘verse burn, starting with themselves (like artists they are total divas). I kept the Oakland Raiders logo as the basis for the main crest. An alternate jaw-less design was also made.
One neat touch was to incorporate hooks into the design, the go-to weapon of the Reavers. I like the way they use their spacehooks, except on fan-favorite pilots of course.
The bio-hazard secondary logo for the back neck looks like something the Alliance would assign the Reavers in my opinion. It would announce this section of space is Reaver territory, stay away!
I’m not even going to link to Reavers 1.0, it looks so juvenile now. What was I thinking back then?? Rhetorical!
This could potentially be the third Firefly design to make it to production after the Browncoats and Mudders. Please comment, like, and tweet to help spread the word.
The Canadian equivalent of Calumet High! Well, not exactly. Degrassi is something of an institution north of the border, thanks to the current iteration of the show. However I’m saluting the version of the show from my childhood, Degrassi Jr High/Degrassi High.
This is a hybrid of the soccer team uniforms and the school sweaters. I replaced “Junior High” with “Hockey” for the shield logo.
I got Netflix this month and I’ve been re-visiting the show, and I have to say it still holds up pretty well despite its age. Now when will Beachcombers hit Netflix?
After some 200+ designs on this year-old blog, I’ve finally created a Star Wars design. I present the Astromechs, an R2-D2-themed jersey. I’m out. *drops mic*
I’ve already branched out into shoes, so why not cars? I chose Cadillac because they have a very hockey-friendly logo. The same could also be said of Dodge, Porsche, Lamborghini, and Alfa Romeo, among others.
This harkens back to a Mustang-themed jersey I did a long time ago (not going to link to that disaster), where I enlisted a grill pattern for a mid-torso stripe.