UPDATE (Feb 17th 2020): Originally the dot in the “i” of Abides was a bowling ball surrounded by bowling pins (view it here). That was too difficult to execute so I removed them and created a new patch for the right sleeve. Original post as follows:
Crossing my fingers with this one, as I’m breaking a few of my own rules: don’t mix sports and don’t use unusual team nicknames. I enlisted the team’s bowling uniform from the film, but had to stick to a conventional baseball template (sorry).
I know the main logo is really simple, because I’m trying to channel the Seaquest logo as best I can. The Seaquest logo was going to be the main logo, but I try to incorporate a team name whenever possible. I cribbed the San Jose Sharks logo here.
This design was completely based on Google searches. I only saw a few episodes back in the day, the show didn’t hold my attention the way Star Trek: TNG could. James Cameron should reboot the series, underwater stuff is his thing.
I made this years ago but I deleted it for whatever reason. Here it is again, with a new Cadillac-inspired logo for the back neck. This jersey would look complete with Geeky Jersey’s metallic silver embroidery and fabric, but the future of GB hockey jerseys is unclear these days.
Somewhat related: Hasbro is releasing a Transformer based on Ecto-1. I’m hoping they do more famous cars, like the Mystery Machine and Batmobile.
Just wanted to make a retro/vintage jersey design that plays up the Mickey Mouse characteristics I see in Sonic the Hedgehog (white gloves, big shoes). I understand if this take is not for everyone, but I think it’s fun to look at.
Sonics is a great name for a pro team, it’s a shame no one uses it. Too soon?
Had this one on the drawing board for a long time, because it was just the ‘Z’ for the main logo and it looked too plain. Well I moved it up to the front collar and made a new character-based logo. In case you’re wondering, this is a sequel to Space Rangers. The green lettering is a nod to the tin box the character was packaged in.