A couple of simple designs for Supergirl and Batgirl, which are just an excuse to test drive a woman’s jersey template. I don’t believe Geeky Jerseys will be doing women’s sizes anytime soon, but I hope to post more designs for girls.
This design for Robin features a logo that foreshadows the Boy Wonder’s future as Nightwing (uh, spoiler maybe?). I was going for a 30’s comic book cover for this one, and the white letters really sell that style. I believe the San Jose Sharks are currently lacing up their collars just like the style shown above, which is perfect for a Robin jersey.
I made a few more Robin designs, please check them out here (it’s a .gif, so give it a few seconds to cycle).
Sadly there are still no plans to do DC Comics stuff. If I could I’d offer the Green Lantern one this instant.
I am pleased to announce that Rinkgear has completed work on the team orders for the Crusaders (a design inspired by the ’66 Batmobile), and the Jaynestown Mudders. They’ll be shipping out this week for those who ordered.
I’m a little biased, but that Crusaders jersey might be Rinkgear’s best work ever. I certainly appreciate their efforts here; I was worried they’d have trouble lining up all the stripes. However they knocked this one out of the park. Awesome work, Rinkgear!
No plans for an encore of the Crusaders design.
Next up is the Jaynestown Mudders! It was offered in tandem with Browncoats 3.0, which was completed last week. It looks like something Jayne Cobb would wear with pride. So very shiny.
Another work of art by Rinkgear! No ETA on when this one or the Browncoats will be offered again, but you can sign up to be notified by email at geekyjerseys.com (find the designs in the ‘Geeky Goners’ section).
I think this jersey would look great with a Jayne hat, which you can find at Thinkgeek for $25 — should you have a hankerin’ for Jayne attire.
I have already made designs for all of these characters, but decided to give them a new coat of paint and assemble them all in one place. Wonder Woman gets an all-new design, Superman now has a contemporary logo, and the remaining get minor tweaks.
The only way any of these are made available is if I do a Kickstarter to raise funds to procure an apparel license from DC Comics, so not very likely! Sorry.
I completed the Batmobile design (below), and the Arrested Development jersey can be seen in full here. No plans to complete the A-Team or Herbie Designs.
Some of you might complain how simple this design is, and y’know that’s cool. Took me a few minutes to make this in all honesty. But this is what appeals to me: simple-looking geek jerseys that would look like normal team jerseys at a glance. Some people like jerseys that are drowning in tribal tattoo or air-brushed art, I just prefer original six simplicity.
For this Batman design (I imagine there will be many more down the road), I employed the main crest from The New Batman Adventures, and used a color scheme from the Adam West era. The result is a Detroit Red Wings-inspired number. Read the rest of this entry