Happy Halloween! I’m freezing as I type this but I’m in a baseball mood. Could it be the storied Cubs-Indians World Series? Perhaps. I will probably make a hockey variant of this soon, so stay tuned to this post. Read the rest of this entry
Here’s a really simple Karate Kid baseball jersey design for this lazy Saturday afternoon. It would work better as a vest style jersey to match the Cobra Kai uniform, but for now I’m running with black sleeves because reasons.
Hopefully baseball jerseys will happen soon, as I’m starting to sense pitchforks and torches nearby.
At the risk of losing my Canadian citizenship, here is yet another baseball jersey design. This time it’s for Mega Man, a video game icon beloved by everyone.
To complete this jersey a long-sleeve royal blue shirt would be worn underneath to replicate Mega Man’s forearms. A blue ballcap too maybe?
Samurai Jack has been off the air for 10 years, and it feels like a tie-in movie has been in development for twice that, but I digress. I’m a big fan of the show, so I’m happy to finally post some sort of tribute here.
I wasn’t able to use Jack for a hockey jersey, however his outfit is a better fit for a baseball jersey. His eyes reflecting off the sword will look cornball to non-fans of the show, but his eyes being framed like that is one of the show’s big calling cards.
No plans to offer this one, mostly because Samurai Jack is not as popular as I would like (a lot of folks still haven’t heard of it).
And my first-ever Back To The Future design for this blog is a baseball one! And why not, baseball feels more old-timey than hockey in my opinion.
Initially I wanted to do a caricature of Principal Strickland, but I opted to enlist Elmer Fudd, and he looks great as a sports mascot. Also the Looney Tunes character is very anachronistic to the 50’s, and I’d like to think the students at Hill Valley would use Elmer in the same rebellious fashion.
As for the lack of pinstripes, sorry but those look better on white jerseys. Also my readership has an aversion to white jerseys, so the above design reflects what I hope people would want to wear*. Also I decided to use a Yankees-style logo instead a baseball script logo (seen above) for a change of pace. The logo can be interpreted as an H and a V, or H-V-H, or 2 H’s (not sure why you’d want 2 H’s!).
*Hopefully Geeky Jerseys will have some news on baseball jerseys soon. And when that happens I’ll probably revisit this and other baseball jersey designs.
Ah Spring. It’s now time for one of the greatest traditions known to man: a brand new season of Game of Thrones. Also for a few people out there it’s now the start of “baseball” season.
To celebrate America’s past-time here’s a Buffy The Vampire Slayer baseball jersey design. Yeah it’s a bit gory.