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Watchmen Question


#1

As I have discussed elsewhere on the forum I have decided to get involved with the painted stones movement that is currently growing in popularity around the country.
I wanted to create something a bit different and a little more mature so decided to decorate my first stone with The Comedian’s smiley pin from Watchmen.

Now that it is complete and the varnish is drying I am ready to make some more but sticking to the Watchmen theme. The next two are easy, Dr Manhattan’s atom symbol and either a Rorschach blot or the double r symbol that Rorschach signs with.

However I am at a loss as to how I would represent Silk Spectre, Nightowl and Ozymandias in a similar fashion. My googling has turned up a few variations of symbols/logos but there doesn’t seem to be a definite answer probably as it wasn’t referenced within the book.

So… Does anyone know if the three other members of The Watchmen have symbols/logos or if there has been an agreed upon symbol for each subsequently.


#2

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Nite Owl.

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Silk Spectre

Ozymandias

Rorschasch
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Bill’s in the mail.


#3

The Comedian
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#4

Dollar Bill is probably the most difficult. Can’t think of a symbol that would be readily recognizable for a dollar.


#5

Why make stones of the shit characters from Watchmen? Is your completionist gene that strong? :smile:


#6

For Veidt you could use the purple pyramid symbol from the Pyramid Deliveries truck.


#7

Yes.
Always yes.


#8

Exactly, go all the way and make stones of the shittiest characters in all comics. No half measures in fandom.


#9

Sorry Chris but because of your appropriation of Alan Moore’s great creation against his express wishes I am going to have to boycott your painted stones :angry:


#10

Remove your name from any stones!


#11

I shall !

  • signed, The Unoriginal Poster

#12

This all completely ignores the fact that one of Alan Moore’s biggest successes has been ripping off Victorian stones and doing horrible things with them.


#13

I quite liked this from a cover of the recent Ozymandias books

And the O here which is part of Night Owls belt.

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