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  1. Denver Nuggets New Logos Details, NBA Trademarks Wordmark

    Right, I forgot about the Pelicans, but then again their red is a brighter red, where the Cavs is more burgundy/wine.
  2. Denver Nuggets New Logos Details, NBA Trademarks Wordmark

    Growing up in the 90s, this the color scheme I associate with Mutombo, McDyess, LaPhanso Ellis, and Abdul-Rauf, so I prefer this to the current blue color scheme, as the NBA already has plenty of blue. It’s just too bad the Cavs have sort of taken these colors (minus the new black) and made it theirs, but there’s room for more than one team to use gold, wine, and navy.
  3. Walleye Logo Concept

    Yeah after seeing this, I’d agree that it looks better in the original position.
  4. Walleye Logo Concept

    Capturing the torquing motion of a fish can be difficult but you’ve done it nicely. I had no problems with the sharp angle in your first draft and the line width is not too thick in my book. The eye has this evil look too which I like. The only thing I’d change is the way the far blue fin touches the tail fine. I’d consider adding a gap so the depth doesn’t get confused. Also what if you rotated the whole fish upward as if it’s jumping? Great work.
  5. Milwaukee Braves Logo

    Your part of the design looks great and the way he’s gazing upward gives this an appropriately prideful feel. It’s the squiggly lines in the tomahawk (which looks like you’ve just taken the actual logo as is) that could be updated so it better matches what you’ve done. I would also suggest covering 25-33% of the neck since it looks a bit long. Other than that, good stuff, unique arrangement.
  6. Stetson University Unveils New Athletic Logo

    I might be in the minority but I find it a clever use of negative space. That being said, the execution is far from perfect and could use some refinement, like moving the lower half of the S upward so the hat takes up a higher percentage of the composition. Anything is better than their previous logo which was the epitome of clip art (an often overused term but here it’s fitting).
  7. Dribbble Invititations

    I'm resurrecting this old thread in case anyone is interested in joining dribbble. I have a few invites. Email me at gregoryhahn83@gmail.com with a sample/link to your artwork and I'll consider it.
  8. New(?) Logos on NBA "Mash Up" hats

    A lot of these would make for nice secondary logos, except for the Magic's which looks like a 'C' rather than an 'O'. Atlanta, Portland, and that Golden State W are my personal favorites.
  9. NFL Logos by MCrosby - PROJECT COMPLETE

    I’ve always felt the Titans should do away with the flames and focus more on the T-sword, but after seeing this, you’ve definitely done a great job making the flames work.
  10. Lazy Googling in the Media

    I don't have images but one of the local news stations in Milwaukee continually uses the Charlotte Bobcats logo when they show Charlotte Hornets scores on the bottom line. It's made even more confusing by the fact that it just reads 'CHARLOTTE' with no mascot. But then again, they use a lot of older logos.
  11. I agree. No highlights needed. It looks nice and clean with no unnecessary highlights. I actually like the oversized eye in their real logo to give it a distinct quality when compared to other cardinal logos but yours is definitely more accurate to the look of cardinals in nature.
  12. NPHL Hockey Logos

    The Stags logo is great and the way you stylized the letters is very effective. It Almost looks like a Minnesota Wild affiliate, which is what I’m guessing you were going for. The league logo needs work as I had to read your description to know what I was looking at. The negative space is very confusing with the state split in half like that. I like the idea of using the state outline if you can make it clearer.
  13. NFL Logos by MCrosby - PROJECT COMPLETE

    For the Chiefs I’d say reduced the number of jagged angles by half or even more, and you will have successfully given them the modern update they badly need.
  14. Sharks logo WIP - help needed!!

    It's stylized very well. I'd suggest simplifying the color palette by getting rid of that darker shade of gray which only appear in the tail, and make those two areas black since you are already using black in other areas to create depth. Right now you have 5 colors (6 if you count white). You could also consider using more black in the tail to create that depth and to better illustrate the anatomy of a shark.
  15. Detroit Lions Logo Concept

    This is a nice update. I really have no issues with the Lions current logo (except where the paw touches the lower jaw, which you've fixed here), but you've managed to simplify the angles while adding nice highlights and detail elsewhere. The only thing I could see using some tweaking is the mouth and nose area. It looks sort of like a mouse in that area, like Bear said above.