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Old 03-25-2009, 12:20 AM   #11
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Here's the ACU version 3 patch:

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What do you think?
That's a good looking piece of work right there. Kudos to your son Cane...
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I say you use this mouth from the Big Bullet Bills from Super Mario World and the original eye from the first picture that brought this project about.

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Or reverse that mouth over into a smily face to see what it looks like...and change the eye too.
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That is really cool. I'm trying to think of some "mottos" to go on the patches, I like the idea of just a plain one with Mr 460 on it too.

Here's some random thoughts:

Variations on the mouth - open, closed, evil grin, pissed off

Maybe some lines indicating forward motion behind the bullet

A patch with three of them flying in a line (3 round burst).

If anyone has ideas for mottos fire away. A FT patch would be cool, we need to see what JD et al think.
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Here's one idea:

I'd thought of having the bullet hold a triad for SEALs but in order to be able to serve all the services maybe he could get a tattoo for each branch?

Give him a triad or seal balancing a ball or the dynamite frog for SEALS.

A Ranger tab, airborne tattoo or jump wings, army star and chevrons, marine globe, etc.

Add each branch motto to match...
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No it needs to be universal and must not show any specifics to any branch.

The standard Bullet Bill should be fine.
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No it needs to be universal and must not show any specifics to any branch.

The standard Bullet Bill should be fine.
Can not do, trademark infringement. That's the reason we started this thread.

Start from the beginning and read the whole thread.

And put that damn gun down!
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And yes, that was a JUNK PUNCH!
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And yes, that was a JUNK PUNCH!
That was more of a biatch slap. Ouch.
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I really doubt Nintendo is going to jump on our asses for a Bullet Bill picture given to American troops.

Hell they'd probably make them.
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Companies always have to vigorously defend trademark and copyrights. If they fail to do so a competitor can use it to "steal" the rights by showing a pattern of discard in court. We can make enough changes to be perfectly legal and not have to be at the mercy of anyone's legal team.

I can have the patches made just fine, I'm not looking to get Nintendo or anyone else to handle that for us.
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