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April 7th, 2010 #1
Teen Challenge Badge! Your input is needed
So I asked Droid if he could make a TC badge, and being so amazingly awesome he went ahead and actually took the time to make one
Here's what he came up with so far and I think it's just genuis
Originally Posted by Droid
So guys, anything else, colour wise etc? I personally actually love it, no lies, I just think it's such a genuis idea.
Tell me what you think so I can get back to Droid
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I like it a lot, and wish i could enter these...but not a teen anymore!!! Anyway, I can understand some of you not finding this to "attractive"!!! It is not easy to represent something related to the young age, the art/fantasy world, but I would suggest a small wooden sword, like the ones kids used to play with in my days!!!!
April 8th, 2010 #7
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April 8th, 2010 #8
Oh droid, that's awesome, I got more feedback from people over msn etc and they all think it's great, yeah anything else you can think of is very cool.
I'm thinking about the stars, maybe 4 small ones, one big one to make a total of 5, smaller one's more near the bottom of the dummy/sword and then underneath the big star write a total if it goes above 5?
Thanks droid, honestly means a lot
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I don't really have anything new to add, but would also like to say that I think a wooden sword would be a better representation than a pacifier. Thanks Droid for doing this. I think this really brings the Teen Challenge up with the other weeklies.
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dang that pacifier is soooooo manly !
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April 11th, 2010 #15
*it's a rip off from the MMORPG Flyff though, therefore (c) Galanet or something
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I personally like the pacifier, but a wooden sword would be cool too.
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I'm all in for a wooden sword. Getting a badge would increase the popularity of the challenge a great deal!
July 26th, 2010 #20
i actualy love the dummy idea, its clever and easy to read that it is for young people quickly. the sword is cool but less clear what it represents
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The sword sounds cooler, definitely don't like the pacifier thing, it's kind of demeaning. Also i think somebody had mentioned a crayon and I thought that was a clever way of illustrating young and art. This is all a great idea though, can't wait to see the final results!
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So after browsing the interwebs and reading up on how to do pixel art I made some suggestions.
So far I reckon the single crayon should be turned the other way, the sword needs some cleaning up, not sure about the others. What do you guys think?
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Thanks a lot for the feedback guys!
Here's the alternate versions of the crayon and wooden sword
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Here Pixie, I've got the rest. Kinda was me that made them, after all
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