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Toy Soldier Patch Ideas

    • Post whatever designs you want, could be for potential divisions, could be new forms of the robot head, or additional arm patches. Design to your hearts content.

    • Sgt. Dutch
      Participant

      You may want to consider simplifying the first patch. Embroidery machines might not be able to get that level of detail onto a 3″ patch.

    • True, but I usually order my patches from http://www.mutinyshop.com/.They are made of vinyl and cost way less. And they can print out fine details. But Having them embroidered would be nice. But its expensive.

    • Lt. Sophie
      Keymaster

      Even for a printed patch, the first design is way too detailed. I’d really suggest going for something simpler, trust me.

      Another thing I’d suggest, in order to have the patches sort of in line design-wise with our other patch designs, would be a different font. I think we use “Army Rust” in most cases, but Dutch would know better.
      Another thing I am curious about: Where did you get the silhouette image(s) of the animals? I’d advise you to not just take anything off of Google Image Search, for example, to use it for your design. First, it most likely belongs to someone and is not free for all use. And second, you’d really want something unique and recogniseable for your own division (I guess).

      The overall design ideas are cool though. Keep up the good work. :)

    • @Lt. Sophie said:
      Even for a printed patch, the first design is way too detailed. I’d really suggest going for something simpler, trust me.

      Another thing I’d suggest, in order to have the patches sort of in line design-wise with our other patch designs, would be a different font. I think we use “Army Rust” in most cases, but Dutch would know better.
      Another thing I am curious about: Where did you get the silhouette image(s) of the animals? I’d advise you to not just take anything off of Google Image Search, for example, to use it for your design. First, it most likely belongs to someone and is not free for all use. And second, you’d really want something unique and recogniseable for your own division (I guess).

      The overall design ideas are cool though. Keep up the good work. :)  

      You would be surpised by the level of detail the patch place I go to is capable of. Ive sent in way more complex things for them to print and they pulled it off no trouble. As far as copywritten imges, I checked the websites I pulled them off of, and the are under creative common or just not copywritten.

      And I didn’t even know we had a special font, please share :)

       

      And I love it when you guys give feedback, alot of the time people just go “good job,” its hard to push yourself when people don’t provide good critiques.

    • Lt. Sophie
      Keymaster

      @Specialist Kit Allison said:

      And I didn’t even know we had a special font, please share :)

      I did, it’s called “Army Rust”. kiss
      It’s not “our” font, but we use it a lot for pretty much anything. I throw it on posters and such.

      And as for the feedback, that’s what we’re here for. Without feedback and a handful of constructive criticism we couldn’t improve. laugh 

    • @Lt. Sophie said:

      @Specialist Kit Allison said:

      And I didn’t even know we had a special font, please share :)

      I did, it’s called “Army Rust”. kiss
      It’s not “our” font, but we use it a lot for pretty much anything. I throw it on posters and such.

      And as for the feedback, that’s what we’re here for. Without feedback and a handful of constructive criticism we couldn’t improve. laugh   

      Sorry, my eyes skipped over it. lol

      Here are the updated fonts.

    • Here is a patch I designed for airsoft.

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