Post by Adrian Jordan on Jun 27, 2018 21:43:49 GMT
Hey folks. Some members have expressed interest in another forum t-shirt. I ran it by Paul and he likes the idea.
Here's what we've been talking about so far:
1. A fairly simple design, both to save on the cost and make it a little less busy than the last time.
2. We'd very likely be going through Teespring. This would streamline the whole process, and folks wouldn't have to worry about me forgetting to ship or sending the wrong size. However, we would need a strong approximate number of shirts to set the campaign at.
3. Shirts would run approximately $25 shipped.
4. If this campaign is successful, then we could see making it a reoccurring event, perhaps with different designs or items(sweaters or cups and such).
This is a first draft sort of design to give you an idea of what we may do.
So if you are interested then please go ahead and cast a vote. If it's a viable number then expect to see something running in the next couple of months.
Good idea but I don't like how the website url is stamped on it, maybe leave the back plain, the front could be vintage but if u have both front and back have sword buyer guide on it it becomes redundant
Could be fun to have the sbg logo large on the back as well as on the front. Maybe leave out the url and just have a giant logo print on the back side. The front side could have the logo smaller and the words with the black font from the back staggered with "Est. 2005" in small red print below.
Also might consider doing a polo or button down variant with the sbg logo in the same spot of the chest as the typical manufacturer's mark. The logo seems made for that kind of shirt to me, classy and pointed.
Post by AndiTheBarvarian on Jun 28, 2018 1:52:26 GMT
I don't like t-shirts with large printings and don't wear them. Perhaps only a printable logo or a few of them in several sizes would be a good idea? So everybody all over the world can use it to own taste or size.
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