KUClerks wrote:[quote postid="3076410" user="cobolisdead"]Is it just me or does the Eagle on the front remind anyone else of this:
This might not be my favorite design in the competition, but posting that is just plain rude.
Nope, its me asking Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is up with something that I associate with Hitler. Not meant to be rude.
KUClerks wrote:You know very well that that's a stretch, and they obviously didn't refrence THAT particular eagle when working on this.
Looks pretty close to me. Close enough to be referenced. Granted the other pics he posted are probably where he got his reference from. Still, all of those birds are extremely similar at that level of detail.
KUClerks wrote:I don't know about you, but I don't usually go looking (and googling) for na.zi relations in my day to day life.
I don't have to. I've watched enough history channel, movies, and history was always my favorite class in school so I paid attention. I recognized the eagle from memory, although I did have to google to get my image to compare it to.
KUClerks wrote:And another thing, why are you promoting other peoples work in your comment tag? Like it really makes people wonder and question your validity, plus it makes you look like you're claiming that stuff as your own.
My point doesn't need any validating. My point was that the Eagle on the Igloo is VERY similar to the Naz1 Eagle. So much so that I asked about it. He gave me an answer and I believe him that he didn't mean for it to be representative of the N@z1 eagle, but I still have to ponder it's use given the circumstances.
As to why I have two designs in my signature, well, I happen to like both of these. They are what I think are some of the best designs this derby. I especially have to agree with Roberts write up about the Titanic design, as it took me a few moments to recognize what is going on.
I make no claim to either of these designs, I just think that they should be printed, as they are great designs and I'd love to have them both on a T-shirt.
You can ride with me, or you can find your own path. Don't stab me in the back after I've cleared the way.