Another great round! Keep it up. I feel like we’re finally making some head way on getting everyone’s entry posted. I think I only have 42 left to post now. How would you guys feel about a mid-Reject League run down? Trends in the entries, what I think is working, what I think isn’t. It’s become more clear to me what the Rejects League needs to be in order to keep it’s original spirit but still be something that you guys would be proud to sport.
Steve! Speaking of proud to sport. This is a killer entry. I love me some flags. Really only one comment, the ears need to be longer. Those are what makes the rabbit iconic. They need to be pretty front and center, at least 75% larger. Everything else is so spot on, great concept, great rendering.
Jonathan! Love that name. When Jason and I were in Japan for a project, terms like super are slapped in front of everything. I think that super as a prefix is super. I like how you stayed simple with the design. Bright colors are a great fit with this concept. But lets take this over the top. I want everything that’s super on this smiley face. Super hero mask, sun bursts, fireworks, an excruciating ecstasy filled smile. Get where I’m headed with this?
Paul, yes another great redo. This is a huge improvement. Really great work. You took everyone’s advice and made something really funny. All those muscles will look even more freaky in raised embroidery. Killer. Great work! What’s your next entry?
Steve! What a name and what a town/name pairing! You’re like an award winning sommelier for sports logos. This is actually a great illustration of my earlier point on what I think is working and what’s not. Name- 100 points, Wearability of an illustrated fart on a hat-eh. What if this was a dog headed spider, with a spiked collar, and 6 eyes? A barking, snarling, and slobbering beast with 8 legs. Same name, same Pulitzer Prize winning name. Am I making sense? Am I totally off?
Have a killer weekend. How about the reliability of the posts! New website, yeah!