Using the one everybody has of the "real" logo, I enlarged it, and cleaned it up. It took about 12 hours of Photoshop work. It is still not "perfect" but the imperfect spots are invisible once you print it out - to me anyway.
I don't have anything on the web site except for the logo, but I hope it helps everybody out, even if it IS only a week before Halloween.
If you do an iron on, the logo takes the pattern from the gi material, which makes it look embroidered, looks very good, I will post pictures of mine on the web site soon, but I just wanted to share the logo I worked hard on.
Hope it helps somebody out!
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