From: Kieran Colfer - Sun Microsystems Ireland (kieran.colfer at domain ireland.sun.com)
Date: Fri 19 May 2000 - 15:54:11 IST
Noel Carroll wrote:
> Seems like (without trying thing out) that if you didn't use the pink
> background and just maybe darkened the green with a slightly lighter shade
> of blackish grey for the shading then that would work. Tux might look a
> bit odd but that might work.
Well, if the clothes, caps etc. are going to be black, why not just put
a thin white border around Tux (maybe make it look like he's "glowing"
or something), and for the writing it's just a matter of finding the
right shade of green.
What sort of logos are we talking here, the normal transfer-type ones
like you get for t-shirts, or actual stitched logos (which would work
better on the fleeces and caps).
kieran.colfer at domain ireland.sun.com
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