It’s not bad. There’s the mat element with the diamond shape, there’s the letters intertwining… It works but I think it could use even further refinement.
The Gi, not sure if you’re aware, this is usually made of a very thick material. Due to the constant grabbing, throwing, pulling etc, it stops wear and tear.
As such, they aren’t really printed on, they can be of course, but I don’t think you could get that pattern on the legs easily or cheaply.
It’s a nice idea. But generally you buy from a supplier whether it’s black, white, blue, red etc.
The best I had personally was a green and white striped bottoms that the club found in a catalog.
But to actually get a woven, stitched or printed logo wrapped around the bottoms, mega money, and mega complicated.
Now it’s a few years since I’ve done any of this so things probably are different now.
But back then I was the printer, embroider, designer and the client.
You have to be careful supplying mockups that the design can be achieved.
I can’t tell you how many times we got mock-up and ideas thrown at us and in the real world it’s impossible to produce.
Other than that, it’s neat, effective and well presented.
I would tone down the amount of logo iterations, show 3 that are close to each other and one of them the final.
People don’t want the process, they want the finish.
Next time maybe ask whoever it is you’re doing the work with for the printer’s contact details. Talking to the printer’s could eliminate any great designs you might dream of, but focused on the things that are possible.
Run the designs by them to ensure what you propose is doable.
Besides, in jiu jitsu competitions they might be restricted to a traditional gi that is just plain. Or in sports jiu jitsu they might be allowed something a bit more stylish.
I will say, I once have printed a full color logo on the back of a GI, it turned out really nice. It was done with flock release barrier screen printing. But these need to be ironed on, and you can’t go around folds or over stitching.
You could get custom made, but the order volume would be huge.
I just hope that what you propose is doable for the client.
Again, I could be wrong. It’s over twenty years since I did embroidery and screen printing. And at least 10 years since I set foot in a dojo.