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3 T-shirt Designs Based on Achievement Hunter Content

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I've always been a fan of creating stuff, hence my decision to become a Web Development concentration. Unfortunately, artistic skill did not come as a packaged deal with the desire to create.

Regardless, I wanted to create something anyway, outside of websites and apps. So, since I like Rooster Teeth content, and considering how often they make shirts based on what people say in their videos, I figured that doing the same thing would be a safe place to start.

So I began my journey of watching RT content as I normally do but looking out for certain phrases that really stick with people. So far, I've come up with three designs, and while they are pretty basic, I'm hoping that someone with real design talent will give them a shot.

So, without further ado, let's jump into each t-shirt and its inspiration.

1) Gavin Free Net Worth

Due to the constant harassment that Gavin experiences at the hands of Achievement Hunter about how much he is actually worth, I thought it would be fun to design a simple shirt that shows how much Gavin is actually worth in USD. My information was pulled from the always reliable and accurate celebritynetworth.com and the content pulled in from Let's Play Sky Factory Part 6 video.

In this video, Gavin and the gang talk about how an anonymous hero submits a ticket to the celebritynetworth team telling them to adjust his value. As Gavin has stated multiple times, the value posted on the site is utter rubbish, and should not be trusted. Nonetheless, it continues to be a source of entertainment when the AH crew compare's their alleged worth, and Gavin can't seem to escape it.

2) Tweet Tweet

Jeremy Dooley has taken it upon himself to assign bird noises to the common scores while playing Golf with Friends. For example, when someone gets a birdie, it is accompanied by a tweet tweet noise. Or, if someone gets an eagle, its the sound of a screeching pterodactyl uppercutting a T-Rex.

Since the series continues to go well, I decided that a simple t-shirt that brings the tweet-tweet catchphrase to life would be a good place to begin.

3) I Fix

The AH Crew tries to escape the newest character, Leatherface, in the recent DLC of Dead by Daylight. As they frantically run around and try to fix generators, they inspire themselves with the simple but powerful phrase, "I fix". With these two simple words, repeated over and over again, are they able to escape and live another day.

Patrick Eng