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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #75 on: 31.05. 2016 20:46 »
Is the cutOUT vote representative of an OUT vote in that other (not as interesting) campaign that's going on and on in the UK at the moment?

I suppose this is a bit of humor and angst, but not reaaly sure which is intended more or what, exactly, is meant.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #76 on: 31.05. 2016 20:59 »
Referring to the vote to get out of the EU. Cutaway might have been a better name for the design.
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #77 on: 01.06. 2016 00:44 »
Engine cutout for me. Gold on Black T-shirt.
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #78 on: 01.06. 2016 02:52 »
engine cut-out thanks

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #79 on: 01.06. 2016 19:12 »
engine cut-out and thanks for the time spent by one and all on the subject and grey beard for the topic

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #80 on: 01.06. 2016 20:19 »
Both fine designs, but I'd go for the detailed cutaway drawing on the grounds that the timing case shape might be familiar to Beezer owners, but would look like the outline of a small Greek Island to the uninitiated, who might try to book a package holiday on BsaA10A5kilos.
Having said that, love the black and gold - could the cutaway be done in that format, or would the detail be lost?


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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #81 on: 02.06. 2016 09:01 »
Either design for me, maybe with a strapline of "Fed up with the predictability of life, buy an A7/A10 and moan about it here!"

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #82 on: 02.06. 2016 19:23 »
Either design for me, maybe with a strapline of "Fed up with the predictability of life, buy an A7/A10 and moan about it here!"
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #83 on: 03.06. 2016 12:46 »
Sorry for the delay in responding been up to my eyeballs plotting 2017 National Rally runs.
I for one only frequent the technical pages so If Musky did not send the email I would not have known the poll was happening and Yes I am about to vote.
My thoughts  are thus ,the timing A series timing cover has been done to death must have a dozen or more rally badges themed on it.

So I would have to go for the sectioned engine .

Now just to be cantankerous I really don't go much on the text in the annulus,
 Again looks like a rally badge.
Just a thought , ditch the carb which will leave a nice spade for  A7 to be nestled to the left and A10 nestled to the right.
Then the forum URL along underneath in bolder type along a strait line,
All text in a different colour to the line drawing.
So red or yellow text and gold line drawing on a dark coloured shit would look stunning.

However are we just looking at a T-shirt so we can find each other or is the point of the exercise to create a brand logo ?
If it is the latter then a bit of a think will be needed as the sectioned engine will not reproduce in a small enough size to be used as a logo,

Second who are they going to be produced ?
Direct to garment printing would be a lot cheaper for a small run with more than 1 colour but it does not do parallel lines particularly well.
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #84 on: 03.06. 2016 13:16 »
"So red or yellow text and gold line drawing on a dark coloured shit would look stunning."

Ummmm... lets hope the spelling on the final product is up to it. I can't get off the floor laughn.

Sorry Trev.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #85 on: 03.06. 2016 20:14 »
Both are nice, I prefer the cut away engine in the circle.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #86 on: 03.06. 2016 20:47 »

 I'm abstaining from a vote, for reasons partly outlined elsewhere (mainly just don't have a need for a extra shirt).

 If I did though, for the record I'm having trouble deciding if I best prefer the Greek Island Treasure Map, the Racetrack, or the Timing Cover outline *conf* *smile*

 All of which would look best in Gold on a Maroon shirt  *smile*
 
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #87 on: 03.06. 2016 22:55 »
I'm abstaining from a vote, for reasons partly outlined elsewhere (mainly just don't have a need for a extra shirt).
Voting doesn't imply you will receive a tee-shirt. Please vote.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #88 on: 04.06. 2016 00:07 »
"So red or yellow text and gold line drawing on a dark coloured shit would look stunning."

Ummmm... lets hope the spelling on the final product is up to it. I can't get off the floor laughn.

Sorry Trev.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #89 on: 04.06. 2016 02:03 »
I'm abstaining from a vote, for reasons partly outlined elsewhere (mainly just don't have a need for a extra shirt).
Voting doesn't imply you will receive a tee-shirt. Please vote.

I second Greybeard. You, Dutch, of all people, should vote. You can keep it a secret.

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