This past weekend I was given a fresh new Chrome head courtesy of @Smittylax and I was able to produce this beauty. It was originally a straight Chrome Evo Pro 2.0 and now its a work of art.
Team Red, White & Blue is playing in an upcoming tournament and asked if I could dye a couple heads with the logo and the theme of the website, www.teamrwb.com. The pattern originated with a simple White out design with the logos cut out on the inside of the head.
I was recently asked to dye a Maryland Steamers themed head. This one wasn’t going to be anything too crazy and it actually turned out looking better than I had anticipated.
The new head I did was for a ex-Salisbury goalie who contacted me asking for some flashy creative colors with the Anarchy logo on the head. So I decided to use Lime Green, Neon Yellow, and Baby Blue. Keep Reading…
I recently was contacted by Madlax to produce a number of heads for them to sell in each of their locations. They sent me a variety of top end heads from Super Power’s, Clutch’s, to Maverik Rize’s, to Warrior Evo’s. Here is the end result after less than three weeks.
Here’s a fresh digital camouflage dyed Gait Torque, with a Boston Cannons theme. I started out on this head during the summer before the Major League Lacrosse tournament in hopes of the Boston Cannons bringing it home, but things didn’t go as planned. I’ve always wanted to do a digital camouflage dye job, and it was a good time to relax and dye a head for myself for a change.
In the Maryland Terps’ fan base there have been rumblings of the turtle shell print being used more in the unis (inserts, football helmet, @TizzleSTX has gotta pull something for the gloves and pads). Under Armour stepped it up and added it to this year’s men’s basketball uni.
Team Jesse is sending a lacrosse team to Miami from January 28-30 to play in the annual Bump & Grind Lacrosse Tournament. A group of professional and amateur lacrosse players will be playing in support of a special mission: Helping Families of Fallen Soldiers in Honor of SSG Jesse L. Williams.
For this head I based it off of my boys apparel company, Striker Danger, who created a unique line of shorts with the theme Rip the Duck. STX also has some apparel out with this same line and that will be incorporated into my next project so stay tuned. As you can see from the pictures the most tedious part was the individual cutting of each duck. However before I started that portion I dyed the top half of the head a Neon Yellow and the bottom half a Baby Blue.