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.
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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.
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
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.
I got a request to draw an orange badger, which sounded intriguing. I’m not sure what they wanted so I came up with a few different ideas.
I’ve been working on some jersey and hat logos for a local sports team the past few weeks. This is one of the early/quick ideas that I threw together and we never ended up using but I kind of liked.
This is a logo idea I started working on, but will probably not use.
All in inkscape.
This is a mostly finished logo I’m working on for an office that’s desperately in need of automating some tasks.
Built completely in Inkscape, textured in Gimp, all on Ubuntu.