Yay! My shirt design for Red is White is up for sale just in time for Easter! (Only for women, though; sorry, all you manly men.)
So, here’s the final version.
It’s already been accepted to RedisWhite.com as a possible shirt design for them to print, so now I need to get people to vote for it. Therefore, it’d be great if you could go sign up for an account (it’s pretty easy), and say that you like it. (If you actually do, I guess.)
So here are a couple different color ideas that I’m working with at the moment. Let me know which one(s) you like best…
Here’s the first draft of the basic linework. The butterfly is definitely going to have some sort of pattern… I just haven’t figured out what yet.
Well, I’m messing around with t-shirt designs again. I think this one should be helpful in that it both allows the viewer to assume as much deep meaning as they’re looking for, and also lets me draw insects.
This is just my first rough layout sketch. Many changes to come.
Here’s the final design for the shirts. For reference, you can check out the original sketch.
Okay, so awhile back I mentioned a new Stickman Bob game that was to come out sometime last winter. It of course hasn’t yet, but the new plan is to release it near the end of summer. There are a couple of reasons for the delay, but one of them is the plan to actually populate the university bookstore with official Stickman Bob shirts around the same time. Above is the initial design.
Okay, it’s time for some collaborative t-shirt design idea-mongering!
Anyway, the plan is to design a likely-to-not-be-created “Biblical timeline” shirt, featuring a bunch of simple illustrations. The question is, though, how to organize them on the shirt. Below are two initial ideas.
The layout of the first is a bit more interesting, but the actual illustrations would be substantially smaller than the second. Anyway, let me know what your preference would be, or if you have any other layout ideas.
So, after turning the brain 90 degrees so you could get a better look at it and adding the tag line, here’s the final version:
And here’s the shirt: