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  1. The enclosed feeling was really what I was going for and was the best way to merge all the different styles the current Camp Randall has. In terms of the added capacity, the student section would still be severely late to every game, but it would fill.
  2. Update in an attempt to integrate the Field House to Camp Randall a bit more. The upper deck of Field House seating opens directly into Camp Randall now, with a ~13,000 sq/ft deck, 9,000 of which are outdoor. You can also see the new South end scoreboards.
  3. Aerial View: Southwest corner. Field house and added concourse. Southeast corner: Continued concourse and upgraded Sports Center Northwest corner: Upgrade to Breese Terrace facade, additional North endzone suites and continued upper deck. Northeast Corner: Upgraded Sports Center, upgraded facade of suites, additional stadium offices, removal of towers.
  4. My beloved Camp Randall's most recent renovation added a beautiful new entrance to the student section, as well as an enormous new scoreboard. But, it also added yet another disconnected style to the stadium that has made many upgrades that never really felt connected to the rest. The Field House at the South end of the stadium is the crown jewel of the stadium, and is what the new North entrance looks to be most connected to. I wanted to fill in the blanks between the two and make the stadium feel like it was all built at the same time. A lot of this can be fixed by facades, while in other cases I took a more drastic route. I also added to the upper deck, increasing the student section capacity and adding North endzone suite.
  5. I took the liberty of cleaning that logo up. I made a few changes, and may make some more and post over in concepts.
  6. College football should start to ramp up soon: all the one-off uniforms, weird helmets that may or may not be just used at the recruiting table, Oregon. It'll be fun.
  7. I've been on an MLB script kick lately. This one is rough, but you get the idea.
  8. For everyone that asketh receiveth:
  9. I took some risks with the Atlanta script because why not?
  10. I've updated the script a bit more. I wanted to leave the 'B' and 'a' unfilled to draw some attention to them. One is a beautiful, iconic B, and the other is very close to the 'a' cap logo used by the Braves for nearly a decade. This colorway is a bit of a fauxback. Enjoy!
  11. I actually tried addressing the A curves just after posting to Dribbble. You can see my comment on that over there. If you look at the cap example you can see my early attempts at fixing the issue. Again, the cap was a quick mock up and the stroke around the logo was lazily slapped on.
  12. Thanks! I don't think it would get any more lost than the current logo. It's not a detail meant to be seen from the stands anyhow.