Two designs for your eyeballs today, so I hope you can forgive the lack of shoulder patches on both (at least for now). I present hockey jersey designs for the X-Men and the Sentinels.
For the Mutants I wanted a subtle ‘X’ in the main logo, hence the crossed claws of Wolverine. For the Sentinels I gave a shout-out to the 90’s cartoon intro, where mutant-grabbing cables extruded from the hands.
I doubt either of these could be offered, but I’ve been wrong before.
UPDATE (Feb 14/2017): I just put the finishing touches on a 3rd X-Men design, the Hellfire Club. It is based on the uniforms worn by the hockey program at Harvard.
New Captain and Shellhead designs, just in time for my most-anticipated film of the year. Captain gets a few new additions: the star and numbers are now lined with silver; two all-new patches that celebrate his team and teammates; and lastly blue stripes have been added to the cuffs. The main blue is also darker. Read the rest of this entry
Kingsman: The Secret Service is the best film I’ve seen this year (and that includes Avengers 2). For the main logo I used the boar from the signet ring, along with three crowns to represent King Arthur.
I started on this before that whole Spider-Man biz happened, so please forgive his absence in the design! However this is more less symbolic of the current team from the first film and the upcoming Age Of Ultron.
The bright blue and red was used for an older comic book vibe. All 6 heroes are covered in the shoulder patch, which is also a nod to S.H.I.E.L.D. and/or Nick Fury. No references to Quicksilver or Scarlet Witch yet, my bad.
Before you ask…I don’t know. Maybe. We’ll see. Probably not. Hard to say right now.
Another baseball design, this time for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. This is a mix of the film’s title logo (which they’ve apparently dropped in favor of this one), with the uniforms worn by the team in the comic books.
I wanted to include all five Guardians, so I illustrated a “floating head” panel logo, much like the ones seen on Marvel covers for a few decades (late-70’s to mid-90’s I think). Star Lord’s insignia and an MLB-esque Rocket Raccoon logo round out the design.
No plans to release this design as-is, but maybe a stripped-down version can be done one day, should there be enough interest.
Speaking of offers, the folks at Geeky Jerseys are continuing their efforts towards adding baseball jerseys to their store. There’s a lot of logistics involved in regards to the manufacture of custom baseball jerseys, so please stay tuned for announcements. Personally I can’t wait, it’s currently too fraking hot out for hockey jerseys!
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.