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I'm in the business of stopping pucks. Business is not exactly booming.
What's your vision?
I've added specific design details to each colour shirt, as I realized that it was just unfair to expect you guys to come up with designs which would be so subject to my fickle whims. I would like the following suite of hockey jersey designs. So that I can print one of each and wear them at my own games. BLUE JERSEY: Sloth from Goonies. I've already got the design started on this one. Basically, I want higher quality designs of the design that I've already got in the Sloth - Front and Sloth - Back images. Should be fairly trivial to polish it up and make it look great. I don't want Sloth's face, or "Goonies" on it, I just want it to look like what Sloth's torso looked like in the movie Goonies. NOTE: Although some great designs show the blue jersey sleeveless (and that is what it looked like in the movie, I'd prefer the design to have blue all the way to the sleeve. Also, could you show me what it would look like with "suspender tabs" (http://www.google.com/search?q=suspender%20tabs&tbm=isch)? RED JERSEY: I'd like a replica of the red Star Trek shirt in the attached image: "Redshirt.jpg" YELLOW JERSEY: I'd like a replica of the Lebowski shirt in the attached images. I want an illustrator file (or the sort) that looks exactly like the shirt in those pics. It's going to be printed on a Jersey/Tshirt, so the buttons and pockets and the patch have to be art instead of the actual fabric, etc. Also, I'd like to have the black mourning band on the right sleeve as is indicated in the picture attached. WHITE JERSEY: I'd like a Stay Puft Marshmallow Man shirt. I don't want it to *say* Stay Puft or anything like that, I just want it to look like the torso of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from the movie Ghostbusters with his blue dickie and red kerchief. Maybe include a bit of shading (optional?) to imply marshmallowy midsection. For the number on the back, I'm thinking a marshmallow that looks like a zero. BLACK JERSEY: I'd like a Gorilla chest (and maybe back). Again, I don't want a gorilla's face or anything like that, I just want it to look like the torso of a gorilla (maybe silverback?). I'm open to a full bare chest like this one (http://cdnimg.visualizeus.com/thumbs/2d/c7/gorilla,illustration-2dc7b1ed5828f06887f698afe863631d_m.jpg) although of course it doesn't have to be quite that level of detail, or maybe just the pectorals bare like this one (http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/thumblarge_281/121396517493512w.jpg). I'd like that the latter image has a textured base colour that looks like the fur (though I'm looking for a black/grey colour scheme more than the brownish one). Those are just examples though, I'm interested in what you guys come up with. Note: I will be printing these with a full-sublimation printer, so the design can cover the entire jersey with as many colours and a fair bit of detail. I tend toward the more iconic jerseys, but if it looks awesome, I'm more than happy with it having an intricate base-pattern, etc.
PLEASE READ! Obviously this competition is wide, wide open, and since I'm not selling these, but using the design to print just a single jersey for myself, I can't offer a lot of cash for the design of each. I wish I could offer $50 per design, but I can't, so I'm throwing up the omni-bus for $250. I figure $250 is a fair price for the 5 jerseys (most of which already have their design laid out). I really, *really* don't want to waste any of your time, so I'm hoping that early and frequent feedback can make all of us happy. I'm hoping this can work out for all of us!
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