Yeah Brandon working on that now. Will edit post when finished.
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Sweet man!Thanks, and wasup happydud
And nice epic sig.
I love Mark's idea and I like Cyanide designs however I like the rougher look of Mark's because the meaning he already gave it but also it represents the fact that Parkour has not predetermine way of being. Meaning, the bush strokes being "hand made" and imperfect signifies the way we all adapt the ways of parkour to our way of moving rather then the other way around, PK is personal.Agreed brah, i just do not know how to do rough brush strokes on a computer, and make it look convincing. I can easily pull the APK text out, that would take about 3 clicks of a mouse. I'm going to keep messing around with stuff maybe i'll find something you guys like more.
Also, doesnt the APK in the middle make it look more like a product type of logo. I know it is to represent the western PK, but I think a symbol by itself would be less trademark look-alike.
I think if we can leave the rough look of the strokes and just find a more appealing way to make them it would look very primal and more PK like.
Something tells me that probably isn't healthy for him...
Not to get into an argument. But please link me to study's, that show that drinking = muscle deterioration.No need for misinformation now JumperJoe. There is nothing wrong with the occasional alcoholic drink. However you should drink and get behind the wheel of a car until you are very sure in both your driving, and drinking abilities. My dad has been drinking (one or two beers), and driving since he was in his 20's (now in his 50's.). He has had a couple of speeding tickets and that is it. However most people do not have good enough judgment, to know when they are too drunk to drive, so it is better to avoid the scenario all together.
Oh im not saying theres anything wrong with occasional drinking, im just saying what moderate-large quantities do to ur body...and that is once again all depending on what kinda body u have...but it isnt misinformation