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 Post subject: Re: That's a cool T-shirt
PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 5:03 pm 
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If you're still looking for logo suggestions, I'd like to see a full-color shirt with this on it....
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And maybe this one (with the colors tweaked a little; I love the red-and-yellow look of the top image)....
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I am in especial agreement with Finarvyn on the logo ideas, namely idea #1 (Full Title: Gold Bordering upon Crimson Lettering & Full Sub-Title (as on the rulebook I own, or vice-versa as shown in above post... not sure how we came to have both, but ok :) ). While I like the demon head special edition cover concept for the t-shirt, I think that it may not meet the highest level of branding for the product. Possibly making it harder for recognition among rpg industry consumers not aptly familiar with the game. That said, if it's all that is available for now, (It is still a cool T-shirt!) I would still want one to wear during local gaming events. :)


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There would be no doubt this shirt is heavy \m/etal!!!


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Tapatio for your Snickers?

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I woke this morning as this monster and will turn into another after midnight.....another photo to follow


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Can I get this in black with shiny gold letters to match my Core book?


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:twisted: There's a clue to Doug's upcoming DCC on the first canvas.

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Harley: are you talking about "Ride of the Black Eagle"?
or the second spine on the easel? The actual canvas behind that art is just me messing around with another potential red door painting. At this point it could easily get painted over.

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The above photo is the reason why it's better to be an artist than a writer. There's no way in heck I could convince anyone that having a book entitled "Nudes" on my shelf is a design-related reference work!

Also: "Ride of the Black Eagle" is a go? If that's what I think it is, SWEET!

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@Doug: Yeah, the black and white-ish painting next to the spine witch. It looks really good.

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What could this be for?


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Ok, now that I see a growing veritable rogues gallery as more and more people are wearing these shirts I have to inquire as to the source of their availability, if it can't be said how, then I must at least now when. Thanks :wink:


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Ok, now that I see a growing veritable rogues gallery as more and more people are wearing these shirts I have to inquire as to the source of their availability...

Is the answer that we have to find the folks in these pictures and wrestle the shirts off of their backs? Use clues found in the pictures to figure out where these people are and what traps have been laid in our paths...?

"Quest for it!" and all that...am I right?

Perhaps there is only one shirt, to in the darkness bind them...

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GnomeBoy wrote:
Tapatio for your Snickers?

I'm more of a Cholula man, myself...


I'm actually more of a Cholula man myself. I can't even remember what the Tap was for, I think someone's ramen? This pic was literally take after my session last Thursday. The junk food is so cliche, but the reality. Who can guess what adventure I was running?

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Perhaps there is only one shirt, to in the darkness bind them...


I was thinking the very same. Now then, when is it our chance to wear the shirt?


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The DCC RPG jersey tee in New Jersey. Guaranteed to make you a better, funnier, and more likable judge!

guarantee only valid in Mordor, Blackmoor, and the Misbegotten Realms

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You never see two people in the same picture wearing there shirt...

...there can be only one!

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Doug Kovacs wrote:
What could this be for?


I was thinking maybe you were taking a stab at Self Portrait?? :) What were you listening to at the time?


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The Shirt is a lot like the Stanley Cup in the NHL ... when you win you get to have your turn to have it for a day, then you pass it along to a team-mate.

Or, folks keep killling the wearer and taking the shirt for themselves then posting pictures, whereby another viewer kills the previous wearer and takes his shirt, and so on. A bit grisly, but more likely than option #1. :P

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Doug Kovacs wrote:
What could this be for?


What were you listening to at the time?



It could have been a few things.

The answer most analogous to DCC RPG would be the new album from "The Sword"

Some early Genesis, Fairport Convention and even Lynyrd Skynyrd are all on the playlist I've been listening to lately.

Then again, it could have just as easily been : Rammstein, KMFDM, or Propagandhi, ...... I often wear those headphones all day long and it's hard to stay in the 70's or pseudo 70's the whole time.

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