Previously on Nephrophysiologist we looked at some free judo illustrations that our club were potentially going to use for grading hand-outs. The number of illustrations has grown steadily, but the first actual use the pictures have seen is the poster at the top. It isn't half-bad if you ask me, but then I may be biased.
Work-wise the bulk of the time was spent trying to re-size all pictures so that the figures appear to be about the same size. Then a quick levels adjustment to get rid of the slight gradient that Art Rage uses for a background, and a hue/saturation adjustment to make the blue gis blue rather than purple. Finally I had to trace-down the font used for an old club T-shirt. After much searching and many, many pages of fonts a friend of a friend identified it as Grenoble. Then it was easily found at our friendly font repository.
To finish off I would just like to remind everyone that there is a repository of free, as in speech and beer, judo illustrations to be had under the Creative Commons - attribution, share-alike - license on flickr.com and most of them can also be found at the wikimedia commons. This here below is sasae-tsuri-komi-ashi perhaps done best in the history of the world by Muneta Yasuyuki. However, it usually looks more like slow collaborative falling.