Posted 25 May 2005 - 10:03 PM
i kept with the request for one side and broke the rules with 3 colors but also included 2, 2-color versions as well.
here is what the shirt would look like....
the following are links to larger views with different color schemes...
this one is the rule breaker with 3 colors...
this one is the color scheme found on the DC homepage...
this one is the color scheme found on the forum...
feedback is much appreciated!!!
Posted 25 May 2005 - 11:47 PM
well, it's a good try, but i think you should add some personal touch by giving another look to the original dc logo. i mean, you have to use it somewhere in the design, but as i think it should represent dc's spirit give it another shot by adding something really original.
Posted 25 May 2005 - 11:55 PM
my first entry:
iTwin, i think that looks really nice!
everyone: as the contest ends next tuesday i want to let you all know that after that is going to be a votation to choose the winner... and i'll announce it as soon as possible.
as resurepus said, the winner we'll receive a t-chirt with his/her design.
Posted 26 May 2005 - 12:01 AM
Here are a few :
Mix and match the fronts with whatever backs.....
nice, but too simple. is there something in the first one's sleeve? it's too small for me to see it.
give it another shot, be creative!
Posted 26 May 2005 - 12:36 AM
(Click to see the original design)
Other designs: 1.a | 1.b | 2 | 3.b | 4
Gracias por los comentarios titania (thanks for the comments in spanish )
PS: I could'nt post this one ih the other post because I was using too many tags
PS2: All the designs that have only light blue can also be green (the one used in design #2).
Posted 26 May 2005 - 01:10 AM
Because it is simple yet creative work. And I should also point out that it is very expressive even though only 1 color was used!
I would also like to hear what everybody else has to say about this (and other) designs!
Posted 26 May 2005 - 01:58 AM
I have a few questions before I go through with my idea....
1. Can we use gradients of the colors we choose? Most printers that use spot colors are fine with grades because they just adjust the amount of ink they use.
2. Have you considered using CafePress or Zazzle for your t-shirts? If you use either service, you can:
a) Use any colors you want
b) Design a front and back (within the spaces provided by either service)
c) Set up a link on the main site to sell the shirts (these guys print them on demand and ship from there -- no inventory for you!)
d) Earn a commission from each T-shirt sold, which in turn profits DC.net
e) Save some moola (I think both services charge a small fee to set up a "store" from which DCer's can buy the shirts...it's been a while since I looked at the fees)
Anyway, just want to be sure you knew about these options ...
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