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If i send you my (still used) Calvins, could you a white silloette of the Slug, with cannon up in the air?

I might impress my wife with that.

Also, if your limiting your colours, would it not be better for people to send you Vector styled ships/deisgns (another cool fetaure of RS) rather then plain silloettes?

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Am I the only one who likes that burnt orangey brown background of the Ikaruga design? Sticking it on grey or black would be shit.

Cream is a nice colour though, depending on what colour the design itself would be.

And Jim - :D Maybe you should get a Special, Top 100 Greatest Edition Ikaruga T-shirt, With your score and your three letter initials put down on the bottom right corner of the shirt. (I'm getting a little carried away with that maybe.)

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Noo!

On cream!  It'll look gooorrgeeouuss.  And have the white bits on there as transparency, so it won't be printed, just the reddy brown part. :D

I already have a JSR tee, and it's really discreet - the logo's in Japanese. ;)

No, it'd look awful... I wouldn't wear a cream shirt... simple as that. I don't wear colours at light as cream. I don't "get" people who want light coloured geeky t-shirts... geeks generally wear darker colours in my experience. Maybe I'm just weird... no news there then :(

Also: You don't want a block and then transparency, you want the orangey colour the colour of the shirt, and the white bit the printed bit. It'd look better IMO.

I don't think it'd look so great on black tbh, although it'd look good on that orange and a quite dark gray. Mmm. I think it'd also look good in a dark blue or a dark red.

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Am I the only one who likes that burnt orangey brown background of the Ikaruga design? Sticking it on grey or black would be shit.

Cream is a nice colour though, depending on what colour the design itself would be.

And Jim - :rolleyes: Maybe you should get a Special, Top 100 Greatest Edition Ikaruga T-shirt, With your score and your three letter initials put down on the bottom right corner of the shirt. (I'm getting a little carried away with that maybe.)

Black or grey tshirts look cheap and geeky with something on them. I think the terracotta sounds a lot better

But the Ikaruga logo of the ship, It needs tilting or rotating a bit, I can't make out what that mess is apart from I guess it's the ship :lol:

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Black or grey tshirts look cheap and geeky with something on them. I think the terracotta sounds a lot better

But the Ikaruga logo of the ship, It needs tilting or rotating a bit, I can't make out what that mess is apart from I guess it's the ship :rolleyes:

Good call.

Bit too side on. Something nearer to how the ship looks when you're just playing normally would be better I imagine.

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No, it'd look awful... I wouldn't wear a cream shirt... simple as that. I don't wear colours at light as cream. I don't "get" people who want light coloured geeky t-shirts... geeks generally wear darker colours in my experience. Maybe I'm just weird... no news there then :rolleyes:

maybe not everyone picks their clothes by how much of a geek it'll make them look like?

that said, the cave logo would look pretty good on a black t shirt i think. i do like the current colour on that ikaruga one though.

also, apparently these are not for sale... but i'd buy them if someone happened to make them, hint hint :lol:

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