It’s going on my body

Crank up the way back machine!

Today, boys and girls, we’re going back in time to May 12th, 2009.

For those of you that don’t have a way back machine, I’ll provide a handy link here:


That was nearly 3 years ago, where does the time go?

Anyway, the gist of the post is that I had created a T-shirt design and I was looking for ideas on how to get it made with a minimum of fuss and cost.

And then, like many projects, it got neatly shoved under a rug.

Neat trick that, seeing as how I have hard wood floors, only recently acquiring a rug under which this could have been shoved.

Well, last year I found Redbubble, a site that offers some funny shirts, stickers, iPod cases, etc. and made a few purchases.

They sent me a coupon the other day and I logged on to see what new offerings they had.

While perusing the available designs, I started wondering where they got their art. A couple clicks later and I discovered that it’s user submitted.

As in, I, as a user, can submit my own design and buy my shirt, while making it available for other people without all the hassle of getting money in advance to create an order.


So I started rummaging about to find my design.

And, sadly, realized it was in the folder that went *poof* the last time my computer was worked on.

I tried grabbing the posted piece from the linked post above, but it was fuzzy and just not at all good.


I set about to recreate the artwork and had to recollect all the source work.

Not too long later, I had a new finished product.

You may notice I went with a slightly different version of the Horde insignia, just to mix it up a bit.

So if you’re interested in joining me with putting this filly on your flesh, just trot over to and check it out.

I personally recommend that the design be placed on a black or gray shirt, but the choice is yours. T-shirts, V-necks, women’s shirts, long sleeve, hoodies, and children’s sizes available.

Also, I did pull some source for the Alliance design and should have that up this weekend.


2 comments on “It’s going on my body

  1. […] I posted about getting the design for my Horde-inspired My Little Pony shirt up and running. And since the folder containing all the original files for the work was gone, I had […]


  2. […] but not least, I finally got my Horde/MLP crossover T-shirt design up for […]


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