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About bkknight95

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  • Gender Male
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  • Interests Hockey
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  • Favourite Logos Seattle Seahawks
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  1. NFL 2020: NFC South

    nother day, nother bump
  2. 2015-16 NHL Uniform and Logo Changes

    Dump the name/number font, go block and its a winner. 
  3. College Lacrosse Uniforms: 2016 Season

    That's the way I feel about all lax uniforms. Why do they have to be all templated and can't have any uniqueness? 
  4. My threads have been blacklisted. :huh:

  5. College Football Uniforms - 2016 Season

    So, they go all out checkerboard on the jersey, but can't manage to do the same on the pants?
  6. Toronto Maple Leafs New Jersey Exploration

    It's definitely unique in a good way. I think the blue jersey needs a hem stripe like the white. I also agree that the sleeves look rather bare. Great work!
  7. NFL 2020: NFC South

    If there is a rule about triple posting, I'm about to break it.   It's time for the NFC South, beginning with Atlanta:     Given their current state of uniform, they need a change.    -helmet doesnt change a whole lot. Silver does give way to gold throughout the uniform.  -Uniforms have a stripe that is similarly shaped to the head of the falcon logo.  -Kept the current font. I'm a sucker for custom fonts.  -Pants have the same stripe. Black pants return for the first time since '08.  -Red socks, red shoes.   Throwbacks:     The Falcons were founded in 1966, I went with uniforms from 1968. Still get the red helmet, in all that glory, but also jersey stripes. Just wanted the uniforms to have some life.    C&C welcome.   
  8. MLB 2016 Changes

    Fair enough. They probably could have left them off the retail versions though? 
  9. MLB 2016 Changes

    Yikes. Here I was thinking the Nike sweatboxes were bad. The mesh on that jersey just seems wildly unnecessary. 
  10. NFL 2020: NFC South

    So, with the Pro Bowl being today, I am almost to the halfway point of the series. I actually don't have too many updates from the AFC North.    Ravens:  not quite an update, but I was doubting that a matte helmet could fade, but then I found:      If this can do this, I imagine the helmet I designed could function.    Bengals, Browns:    nothing changes.    Steelers.      I removed the Steelers logo from the chest so I could put the Nike swoosh back where it was. Got rid of the colored collars. I left the Home namplate white, I think it looks better.    NFC South up next.
  11. NFL 2020: NFC South

    I don't want to change the Steelers. That is my point. They have existed since 1933. They don't need to have a gradient helmet, a stripe interrupted by a wordmark or anything tacky like that. I mentioned in the description that I had plans to go full overhaul on the Steelers but it ended up looking terrible. So hence they don't look all that different. The Nike swoosh is below the collar because A.) the Steelers logo on the chest and B.) the NFL 100 logo. If this were the real NFL, the swoosh wouldn't be on the chest. But if it was where it is in real life, the stripes would be cut off as they are now. I went the route of white for the NOB because I thought the uniform was already yellow heavy so the white would balance it out.    I get what you're saying about the Packers. I also explained that I was tired of seeing them in Navy Blue. It's honestly just a personal decision. When I hear "Green Bay Packers", I don't go to think of the Navy Blue and Yellow uniforms. I am immediately drawn to Green and Gold. I also chose the uniforms I did for them because in a year of anniversary for the NFL, I reasoned throwing back to the first uniform to win a Super Bowl wouldn't be a bad thing. I had initially thought about throwing back to the year the Steeler's first won a Super Bowl, 1974, but their uniforms would have been too similar. At least with the Packers the stripes do change. The greens don't actually change.    I drew upon the uniforms from 1962 for the fauxbacks, and the white uniforms did have a gold outline, so I did preserve that. Overall, I was leading toward those uniforms (the throwbacks from 2007-2011) but I did want something a little bit different. The I do like the yellow helmet with it, since the black helmet wasn't worn until toward the end of the '62 season anyway.    I understand your criticality. I'm not trying to predict what the NFL will look like in 2020, but I'm just trying to design what I want to see. I personally don't want to see the Steelers change all that much. I think they look pretty damn good currently, minus their current choice of font. I didn't change much because I don't want them to change. 
  12. Oldschoolvikings' NFL concepts - New Lions added 2/4/16

    I don't get the pattern. I don't care. I think it looks great. 
  13. Super Bowl 50 Uniforms

    I am not releasing ANY of the templates I use in this thread. Clear enough?   Here are some field mockups:    First an "oversized logo" idea:      Folowed by a "cramped enzone" (you'll kind of see what I mean)     Finally, a "wordmark" endzone. This is my personal favorite, though the oversize one would be neat to see.   
  14. NFL 2020: NFC South

    I've been really busy, and also hoping for a bit more feedback, but at this point, I can't wait any longer, so here's Pittsburgh:      I had initially intended to give the Steelers a full-on Nike makeover, but In the end, I completely went back on that idea.    -Helmet changes in no way whatsoever. -Jerseys change very minimaly. Collars have color now, but that's it.  -Pants don't change at all.  -Socks have stripes, which is neat.  -Shoes are yellow.    Fauxback:        The Steelers also suffer from a period of boring uniforms. Not to mention I couldn't throwback to the Steelers dynasty of the '70s because they'd be wearing what they wear now. I went a little bit more conservative route and fauxed back to the 60's. Granted I know many players don't wear the compression gear, so part of the design is lost, but it's just the way she goes.    -yellow helmet with the black stripe, grey facemask.  -the black jersey had stripes on it, the white jersey had the cap sleeve and then came the stripes, but in the world of jerseys today, that simply would not work the same. Hence the undershirt with stripes.  -pants are white with a triple stripe.  -socks are black with yellow stripes, black shoes.    C&C welcome, updates will come, followed by the NFC South. 
  15. NCAA Color Rush

      I actually think that Miami's new look could actually look good if it wasn't designed in colored tin foil.