I’m pretty sure he would have found a cape by now, wouldn’t you agree? Geeky Jerseys’ silver finish (which is used on Direwolves jerseys) would really complete this design, fitting for a robot of iron who fancies himself as a man of steel. The McCoppin logo was, um, scrapped because it didn’t really belong.
Looking back at the 4.0, I was pretty excited to use the “true” brown color from the Browncoats soldier uniforms, not to mention the black variant of the main logo. It worked, just not as well as versions 1.0 – 3.0, which 5.0 recaptures. I hope you like it.
The Dragons are back in black, which is mostly inspired by Dany’s attire this season. I’m also happy to get the dragons out of the confinement of the shield, they look better free, much like the logo from the show. Read the rest of this entry
As you know I love NHL ’94, so making a design for the game was something I always wanted to do. I just didn’t until now because many others have already done such a design, so I wanted to do a unique take. Originally I was going to make this design based on the box art (black stripes and lettering on a white jersey), but it looked too boring.
I posted this on Twitter and Facebook yesterday (if you follow me on either, thanks), but with official NHL, NHLPA, and EA Sports logos included. To make this safe for Geeky Jerseys to potentially make, I made my own versions of these logos. And yes, head bleeds were in ’93 only so I made an exception for fun.
Battletoads was not a video game, it was an elaborate scheme that incited gamers to destroy their controllers so they’d have to buy new ones. Nintendo and Sega gave the makers of Battletoads a kickback for controller sales, of course. I can’t prove this, but it’s the only plausible explanation.
The Tradewest logo is a placeholder until I can think of something better. It does look rather sporty though, it’s starting to grow on me.