What color should the backer t-shirts be?! (note: please watch video first and only vote if you pledged over $100)  

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  1. 1. What color should the backer t-shirts be?! (note: please watch video first and only vote if you pledged over $100)

    • Light Grey
      410
    • Heather Grey
      382
    • Charcoal Grey
      972


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Definitely Charcoal Grey! What about v-necks vs. crew? Can it come pre-distressed, just put a couple holes in it? How much more would I have to pay if I wanted Tim Schafer to wear it for a day? Ok, now this is getting out of hand, I'll stop...., but charcoal grey please!

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Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Now I'm sad I really really hate the charcoal and its winning, There is a very good chance I wouldn't have gone for the 100 backer option if the shirt had looked like that.

I mean come on its REALLY terrible you can't hardly see the words.

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Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Now I'm sad I really really hate the charcoal and its winning, There is a very good chance I wouldn't have gone for the 100 backer option if the shirt had looked like that.

I mean come on its REALLY terrible you can't hardly see the words.

The charcoal option would have it's text reworked for visibility.

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Voted for Heather Grey, best combination color/readable

I agree.

Even with tweaking, both black and white colors will still best stand out on the Heather Grey shirt.

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Hmn, hello there Sexy!

I prefer light gray. As others mentioned before: On charcoal it just isn't visible at all, and i really wonder if lower backers are voting on that just to troll the 100+ backers.

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Sorry Kanaka, didn't see your post.

no problem man :D

That shirt is a L. I'm 6'8" though, so probably difficult to compare.

Oh jesus I think I choosed the wrong size then. Is there a way to change my selected size option from the Kickstarter poll?

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Oh jesus I think I choosed the wrong size then. Is there a way to change my selected size option from the Kickstarter poll?

Nope, contact them via Kickstarter and they'll update the size (in their database, the survey seems unmodifiable)

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The shirt looks great! Makes me wish I had had the scratch to donate at that level. Still, I wear my Double Fine hoodie proudly in the Pacific Northwest rain.

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Nope, contact them via Kickstarter and they'll update the size (in their database, the survey seems unmodifiable)
Will do, Thanks!

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Light grey would kind of fit well with the old school vibe this got going on, my first choice for now. But I would like to see the tweaked dark grey... It can still win it!

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My vote goes to charcoal or light grey. I like plain colored clothes more than for example heather grey with all those differently bright spots, in my opinion it makes the shirt look kinda cheap :/

So yeah, light/charcoal FTW

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I don't own many shirts in Heather Grey, so I voted for that one, Charcoal Grey would be my second choice.

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+1 to charcoal, I would even wear it as is. Please don't lighten the text so much that it overshadows the logo or otherwise sticks out too prominently.

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Heather Grey gets my vote, but they all look fine. Charcoal grey is quite dark though, but if the art is tweaked it will look fine I'm sure.

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I chose Charcoal because I don't really like "Sweatpants" grey and the other 2 were getting toward that shade.

However, I agree that with 50% of people NOT wanting Charcoal, it seems a little unfair to just have the single color. It couldn't cost any more money if they knew color and sizing up front?

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I like the light grey one but am somewhat repelled by the other colors =)

Anyway, here's a question for ya! We print a lot of shirts for our Uni club members every year.

And we always stick with one type of design but then have 2-3 colors for people to choose from.

Not everybody likes vanilla so we cater for that, but also (more importantly) because it never cost any extra with the printers.

It's a win-win as we can give people the luxury of option without it costing extra moolah. Wouldn't that be an option here?

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