For Scotland! Aaaaargh!

Discussion in 'Art & Creative' started by Kazmarov, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. Kazmarov

    Kazmarov For a Free Scotland

    Well, I'm looking for a Scottish signature here.

    Can include:

    -Cross of St. Andrew (flag of scotland)
    -Braveheart shit
    -Lots of faded translucent layers
    -Cool ass formal fonts


    Top left corner: "They pray for mercy!"
    Lower right corner: "For mercy yes...but from God, not you. These men will conquer or die."

    Be creative. All who participate get rep.

  2. Nosferatu_Alucard

    Nosferatu_Alucard Undead Intellectual

    Man that's really specific. I don't think I could make you the "offical" one, but I would like to take a whack at it at some point. But don't let me be the only one. Meko, Kyo, and who ever can also go for it too.
  3. Kazmarov

    Kazmarov For a Free Scotland

    Those are just guidelines. All I'm looking for is a Scottish sig that's flaringly patriotic. How one goes about this is to their own opinion. Whatever suits your skills the most, try those methods.
  4. Nosferatu_Alucard

    Nosferatu_Alucard Undead Intellectual

    Patriotic as in red, white, and blue with bald eagles and that jazz?
  5. Kazmarov

    Kazmarov For a Free Scotland

    No. Blue and white, with


    But better quality, and any other things you can think of. The quotes are mandatory, and battle axes and claymores are encouraged.

  6. Kyo_Muramasa

    Kyo_Muramasa Nefarious Kaizoku Capt'n

    Kazzy give me some good Braveheart images and it's a done deal, I'll do this sig for ya ;)
    Don't worry about the flag image, I've got that one covered.
  7. Badfish

    Badfish Guest


    Kind of a..err...simple one. Not very good, but I did learn that apparently both pirates and Scotish folk say "Aaaargh!". =P
  8. Kazmarov

    Kazmarov For a Free Scotland

    Holy shit, good one Fish.
  9. Omega

    Omega Ω

    Very nice fish,

    What program are you using?
  10. Badfish

    Badfish Guest

    I use Photoshop for the designs, then transfer them over to Imageready for the animations.

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