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Two Rivers Dragons- Australian Football Designs


Spanna65

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Just designed some team kits for a fantasy team based on Robert Jordan's The Wheel Of Time series. Hoping some people here will  be avid readers and get the sponsor references! The team is known as the Two Rivers Dragons.

 

Home-

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Clash

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C&C appreciated

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@fumbler They definitely aren't based in Hong Kong aha.

 

Two Rivers is the home of Rand Al thor in the country Andor. The Home is inspired by Rand's robes and the fact he's "The Dragon". The clash represents the Dragon's weapon, The Sword That Can Not Be Touched, otherwise known as Callandor.

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My bad, i know not of this place you speak of.

 

Is it near Frankston?

 

The only thing i would change is maybe a little blue on the bottom of the shorts to tie in with the socks? Not 100% set on it though.

 

Also why are the waves on the top of the red shirts not symetric?

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1 hour ago, fumbler said:

My bad, i know not of this place you speak of.

 

Is it near Frankston?

 

The only thing i would change is maybe a little blue on the bottom of the shorts to tie in with the socks? Not 100% set on it though.

 

Also why are the waves on the top of the red shirts not symetric?

Its from a book so that's probably why you don't know where it is.

 

The waves are all different because I used the liquify tool.

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5 minutes ago, Spanna65 said:

Its from a book so that's probably why you don't know where it is.

 

The waves are all different because I used the liquify tool.

 

Are you inferring i don't read?

It's a well known fact i peruse...... with extreme caution.

 

Paint has no liquify tool so this is new to me, how does it actually work?

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Just now, fumbler said:

 

Are you inferring i don't read?

It's a well known fact i peruse...... with extreme caution.

 

Paint has no liquify tool so this is new to me, how does it actually work?

I'm just messing with you. :)

 

Photoshop has the liquify tool, where say I have some stripes, I can use a brush to manipulate the shape.

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3 minutes ago, Spanna65 said:

I'm just messing with you. :)

 

Photoshop has the liquify tool, where say I have some stripes, I can use a brush to manipulate the shape.

 

That sounds like a good tool.

 

Not knowing much about where your side is from what do the wavy stripes have to do with it?

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24 minutes ago, fumbler said:

 

That sounds like a good tool.

 

Not knowing much about where your side is from what do the wavy stripes have to do with it?

Ripples from the Rivers of Two Rivers I guess.

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