More random things to post that I found cleaning up my computer. There’s a running joke between my brother-in-law and I about me getting him a goat, so a few years back we made some custom Chirstmas ornaments with this logo on them.
I decided to try selling my Worship Crew shirt design on teespring for a very small profit, if anyone is interested in building a little uniformity in your tech team ministry. They can be purchased here!
For Father’s day this year, my family got me the LEGO Ideas Saturn V rocket. It’s huge! I have no idea where I’m going to display it. I actually ran to the LEGO store here in town a few weeks prior once I saw they had sold out online and was lucky that they still had two left when I got there. A couple shots from the build are below.
A while back I drew a logo for our quaint little clapboard church. So, they of course decided to build a new worship center and they’ve been asking for a similar logo. This is what I finally came up with.
I decided to make another silkscreen for tshirt and thought my old Nerdy Roger design would look cool. Forgot to add my logo into the design though…
Inktober Day 26. I’ve been doing some binge watching of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” the past few days, so I thought I’d doodle up their classic logo.
Last night I stayed up way too late making some shirts for our worship service crew at church. I got the Speedball starter kit at Michael’s with a 50% off coupon and was using the photo emulsion method. The first time I exposed the screen, even though I followed the instructions, some of the design wouldn’t wash out so I had to completely clean it off and start all over. The shirts came out nice though, and now I can make as many as I want.
You can click on the pictures for more process details.
UPDATE (July 2018): I decided to make this design available on teespring here if anyone is interested in having one!
I’ve been thinking about getting some shirts made for our little team that makes the Sunday services happen at church. After many versions and little changes, this is what I finally decided on.
Font: Jaapokki by Mikko Nuuttila
I was recently asked to doodle up a tough looking badger for a memorial race for a fallen hero. I was very honored to help out that cause, and hope they can put this scrappy little guy to good use.
Our local church is one of those iconic old white clapboard buildings, so I thought I’d make them a logo they can use on stuff if they wanted to. It was just an idea that popped in my head and I’ve been working occasionally on it the last few days.