I owe Brian one of these T-shirts.
This is done in 3000, which is the current Spinneyhead house font for T-shirts etc.
Remember Leisure Suit Larry? The aim of the game was to get the pixellated hero laid in an old school Monkey Island style adventure. The security/ age restraint was cool- it asked you general knowledge questions of various vintages to ascertain how much you knew and thus how old you were.
Now there’s Singles: Flirt Up Your Life, a similar premise, but with improved graphics and less linear Sim-ish gameplay.
[EDIT] LLL’s coming back this year as well, with Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude
Railtrack Network Rail or Virgin could arrange for the sort of welcome afforded the Ghan there might not be so many complaints about late trains.
A tricky one to size properly, but I might be able to get it to fit on a Cafe Press thong.
On the back.
Like I said, very, very wrong. It’s sort of like T Shirt Hell meets Upstairs Downstairs. The whole concept of the “Tradesman’s Entrance”, complete with entendre, is so very English. Even if no-one else likes this I may create it anyway.
We were brainstorming new Cafe Press-able merchandise in the pub last night. (When I say brainstorming I mean getting a little tipsy and practising word association.) I’m going to rough up a few in Illustrator and put them up as they’re finished. Feedback would be appreciated.
I’ve also dug up a load of old images from the pre-photo album days and transferred them across. Specifically, there’s now a Team Spinneyhead In Camera section and a few other pictures in Other Pictures.
A bundle of images just went up to the site. I’ve abandoned the pretense of having a picture for every day of every month. They’re now going to be grouped by the month they were taken in, meaning some months, like January, will have fewer pictures than days whilst others are going to have oodles more shots than days.
I was going to do a training ride for Bogle, but it’s pissing down, so it’s time for writing and cartooning instead.