Archive for WWII
Design, Physical Object with tags 2016, Captain America, Halloween, Heater Shield, Steve Rogers, The First Avenger, WWII on October 31, 2016 by Staff Writer
Design, Physical Object with tags Boots, Captain America, Steve Rogers, WWII on July 6, 2016 by Staff Writer
The Cap’s first pair of boots are the retro, red ‘pirate style’ boots. The second pair appear to be standard WWII US GI type brown leather combat boots, as seen below:
However, note the sole visible in the following image:
Design, Physical Object with tags Advertisement, Shirt, TeePublic, USAAF, WWII on January 24, 2016 by Staff Writer
Design, Physical Object with tags Advertisement, Alien, Aspen, Blade Runner, Congo, Cyberpunk, Delos Westworld, Firefly, Godzilla, HPL, InGen, Janjira, Japanese, Johnny Mnemonic, Joseph Conrad, Jurassic Park, Korean, Maas-Neotek, MLP, Nostromo, P-40, PKD, Russian, Serenity, SF Cargo, Shirt, TeePublic, The Hunt for Red October, TraviCom, WWII on November 27, 2015 by Staff Writer
Many of these are brand new to anywhere, so please take a look.
Design with tags Advertisement, CBI, patches, Shirt, WWII, Zazzle on October 15, 2015 by Staff Writer
Yes, the circles look squashed, but they are not. That’s just due to the automated mock-up software. I assure you the art is mathematically precise.
Design, Physical Object with tags Advertisement, Curtiss, P-40, Shirt, USAAF, WWII, Zazzle on October 13, 2015 by Staff Writer
Design, Physical Object with tags Advertisement, Shirt, USAAF, WWII, Zazzle on October 9, 2015 by Staff Writer
A long time ago, I saw an awesome shirt decorated with P-40 (Flying Tigers) imagery: shark mouth, nose art, kill markings, roundels, etc. Unfortunately, they are long out of production and hard to find, and expensive. So, I’m working toward the next best thing. Bit by bit. These two just got OK’ed by Zazzle:
Other bits and pieces will soon follow. I just finished the art for the stencilled data on the propellor blade. That should be approved in a few days. A minor note: the images you see above are composites; mock-ups generated automatically by computer. The art is slightly distorted via this process. I assure you that the circles are mathematically perfect.