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  1. Sorry it's not greatly detailed C&C, but that stadium is great. Also, I typically don't go for hand drawn, but you clearly put great detail and hard work into these, and they show your talent.
  2. American Premier League

    I'd vote for C.
  3. NCAA Custom Courts

    This is good advice. There are some people that arrive on here and seem to not care. You aren't one of them, as it is clear you want to do good work. But you need to slow down and listen to what you are being advised to do. You are showing promise and you have good ideas, but listen to Clint and others. I know Kodrinsky was very direct with his critique, but he knows courts better than anyone. If there is any knowledge to be gained, he has it. TL,DR: Slow down. Read advice.
  4. The Mad Scientist's NBA

    Wow. That Bulls logo is vastly superior to what they presently have. I'm loving this series, so thank you for restarting it.

    "Well said, Jake. That's why the quotation is interpreted as odd, because quotations are typically used to honor someone and express an idea that is difficult to express." -Dakotapalm
  6. Wideright imagines the AAF

    This has been a clever series with good designs so for, but I'd have to agree with this others that this main logo is a whiff. Your league needs to avoid a connection to the Heisman Trophy with a pro league. Perhaps a pickaxe, or a desperado looking guy would connect with the gold rush themes?
  7. Design, apparently-with apologies to G.K. Chesterton, has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried.
  8. Exactly what he said. Use Inkscape and learn it. It's going to take some time, but it will be worth it. Personally, I like Paint.Net, and I'm made some things that rival any other program with it, if I can say so myself. But it took time. There's a reason the best posters don't simply rattle off concepts. The designing takes time. Two other points. It's hard to take concepts seriously that are missing any font or numbers. Those give the uniform a great deal of character. The fact that Kansas basketball uses Trajan instead of a circus style font continues to irk me. And people who are proficient in design note such things. Second, the fill tool is typically not your friend. Develop stripes that reflect that team's personality, and use those, rather than the fill tool for a part of the uniform's fabric pattern.
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars rumored for new uniforms in 2018

    Kinda strange, IMO, to have a logo that is 2/3 gold, but none of that color finds its way to your uniform.
  10. College Football uniforms- 2018

  11. College Football uniforms- 2018

    Never mind. I can tell by your incessant argumentative posting that you aren't interested in gaining from advice.
  12. College Football uniforms- 2018

    Friendly advice, Brown1. You just joined. Your best opening move is not to start arguing with Andrew Harrington. He knows of what he speaks.
  13. NCAA court database

    I should probably comment more on this, but I must say this is one of the more impressive series ever added to the boards. Your level of precision and detail is outstanding. Looking forward to South Dakota's, but I know it will come in time. Enjoying the variety of the courts across the nation!
  14. You nailed it. That's exactly how a modern day Bucs uniform should look. Great job.