mr.nascar13

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  1. NFL 2018 changes

    49ers WR Marquise Goodwin posted this a couple days ago on Twitter. I would assume this is confirmation of white pants returning to San Francisco? https://twitter.com/flashg88dwin/status/965589669860855808
  2. Lazy Googling in the Media

    The fact that they're using the old Wolves logo is almost just as bad.
  3. NFL 2018 changes

    Considering a large portion of people around here want a return to block numbers, I'm going to rule that out since you say "everyone might be disappointed." Since you also added it's a new throwback, I'm ruling out a return of the bumblebee uniform. That leaves... the '33 set? Either that or the '60 set with a black helmet, which would be very similar and unnecessary with the Color Rush still in rotation.
  4. 2018 NASCAR Paint Schemes

    Here are a couple Xfinity Series paint schemes for the 2018 season (from Jayski) - Matt Tifft moves from Joe Gibbs to Richard Childress' #2 for 2018, which was the team's "all-star" car last season. - Cabela's sponsorship with RCR extends to the Xfinity series as well, serving as the primary sponsor in multiple races for Austin and Ty Dillon. - Tyler Reddick moves from Chip Ganassi to JR Motorsports full-time in 2018 and replaces 2017 Champion William Byron in the #9. Also, the Xfinity Series itself will be sporting a new look with a new logo for the 2018 season:
  5. 2018 NASCAR Paint Schemes

    A couple teams have been using the quarter panel numbers for their test cars, such as Bubba Wallace and Ryan Newman: Kyle Busch Motorsports prospect and son of Ward Burton - Harrison Burton - ran this paint scheme in the K&N series last year, which turned heads in the NASCAR community. I can't say I'm a fan of the look. However, I imagine sponsors would be all for this look as it prioritizes the company rather than the driver's number. Top-dollar sponsorship is usually placed on the hood of the car and has been for what seems like forever. Slapping Mountain Dew or Bass Pro Shops on the door in place of a giant number would be equally appealing in my eyes. There was a big debate on Twitter recently over this exact issue. I believe the overall consensus was the traditional door number was preferred, but both options are considered to be better than the boxed numbers you see in other divisions of racing. I've been a frequent visitor of Jayski's "NASCAR Silly Season Site" for several years until the format change with the alignment with ESPN. I originally went there for the paint schemes, but noticed Lionel had better quality images.
  6. 2018 NASCAR Paint Schemes

    With the Clash at Daytona in 8 days and the Daytona 500 on the 18th, it seemed like the perfect time to start a thread for the 2018 season. CUP SERIES GearWrench and Cessna return to the #1 of Jamir McMurray in 2018 with fresh new looks. With Miller Lite scaling back sponsorship, Discount Tire will pick up some of the slack and sponsor Brad Keselowski for 10 races in 2018. DOW Chemical, American Ethanol, and AAA all return to the #3 of Austin Dillon with new looks in 2018. Jimmy John's returns to Kevin Harvick with a slight update, while Busch Light will be featured in a few races along with Busch. Advocare returns to the #6 of Trevor Bayne in a new all-black paint scheme. Danica Patrick will make her final NASCAR start at the Daytona 500 with Premium Motorsports in the #7, with GoDaddy partnering with Patrick for her last race. Same team, new look for Chase Elliott. He will drive the #9 Chevy for Hendrick Motorsports to honor his father Bill Elliott and his hall-of-fame career. Hooters, Mountain Dew, NAPA, Kelly Blue Book, and SunEnergy will all sponsor Elliott in 2018. Aric Almirola makes the transition to the #10 for Stewart-Haas Racing, bringing long-time sponsor Smithfield with him. Ryan Blaney will drive the third car for Team Penske, piloting the #12 Ford with sponsorship by PPG Paints and Menards. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will look to carry his success in 2017 into the new season with a new look from Fastenal. Daniel Suarez looks to avoid a sophomore slump in his second season at the Cup level with new looks from Arris, Stanley, and Peak. Erik Jones makes the jump from Furniture Row to Joe Gibbs Racing, replacing Matt Kenseth in the #20 Toyota. Paul Menard will bring the family name and fluorescent yellow to the iconic Wood Brothers #21 for the 2018 season. The #5 becomes the #24 as 20-year-old William Byron will run for Rookie of the Year with Hendrick Motorsports in 2018 with sponsorship from Axalta, Liberty University, UniFirst, Ryan Newman returns to Richard Childress Racing for 2018 with a new look from Grainger and Caterpillar plus new sponsorship from Bass Pro Shops and Liberty National. CreditOne Bank takes over as the primary sponsor of Kyle Larson and the #42 for Chip Ganassi Racing in 2018. Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr. will run for Rookie of the Year in 2018 driving the famous #43 for Richard Petty Motorsports as the team makes the move to Chevy. AJ Allmendinger returns to JTG Daughtery Racing in 2018 with Kroger coming back as the primary sponsor. Jimmie Johnson will go for a record eighth title in 2018 piloting a new all-black Lowe's paint scheme. 5-Hour Energy and Bass Pro Shops partner to sponsor 2017 Champion Martin Truex Jr. and the #78 team for 30 of the 36 races in 2018. Alex Bowman replaces the now-retired Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the #88 for Hendrick Motorsports with sponsorship from Nationwide and Axalta. Finally, Kasey Kahne moves to Leavine Family Racing for the 2018 season and will drive the #95 Procore Chevy.
  7. NBA Changes 2017-18

    They look pretty sharp from the front. My only nitpick is the back view in the second pic, where the top of the shorts seem dark teal, while the bottom of the jersey seems dark royal. It makes for an awkward transition of color in my eyes. Like i said, the front looks great and the colors of the galaxy flow pretty well from top to bottom. It's the back that's bothering me. Still 7/10.
  8. Logos that really need to be updated.

    I liked the Whopper ads BK ran with the abstract burger in place of the E in the WHOPPER word mark: I think that and a combination of their early 90s bun logo would look great. I think Sherwin-Williams could use a refresher:
  9. Unused Logos and Uniforms

    Just came here to post that. He also posted a behind-the-scenes look at his work with Oregon following the Broncos refresh https://www.behance.net/gallery/61222729/The-University-of-Oregon-Brand-Identity-Design-(1998)
  10. Thanks Michael! I appreciate it. Hard to believe it's been nearly two years since I last posted in this thread. Hoping to get into some more concepts until I can find work.
  11. Don't call it a comeback... but I'm back with a couple updates! With the Vegas Golden Knights on a tear in their inaugural season, I figured it was time to see what they would look like as a football team. Jerseys aren't too different from the real deal Main difference is a gold helmet and pants because they made the most sense given the team name White pants included in the rotation I also decided to update my Panthers concept seeing as how their identity was unveiled about a month or two after this series ended about 20 months ago. Kept things traditional and clean with the home uniform using only one pants combination while the road uniform looks good with multiple options Jerseys and numbers are a near direct transition minus the chest stripe White helmet used as the primary compared to the navy lid used in the original concept Changed things up a bit using the flag-panther logo on the helmet I'm in between jobs at the moment so I might go back and make a few tweaks, mainly to those who had uniform updates when Adidas took control.
  12. Los Angeles Rams Brand Discussion

    Not gonna lie, I like the Rams' all-white look. The standard home look is hot garbage, no question. But the gold isn't as noticeable (in my eyes) from the standard broadcast view. They still need an update, but after seeing the all-white look for most of the season, I'm no longer opposed to a navy and white rebrand.
  13. NBA Changes 2017-18

    The logo looks fantastic in those colors yet looks so out of place with the rest of the court. I would've made the gray in the logo baby blue. I also don't like the white text overlapping where the red and blue meet on the baseline. Just too much. It's close, but yet so far away. As for the Jazz, I like the uniform, just not for the Jazz. admiral said it best, they HAD a great color scheme. Although it doesn't fit their intended area, I would love to see what this would look like in their primary colors. Maybe a blue-to-green gradient with gold topography?
  14. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Matt Kenseth will not return to Cup action in 2018. https://www.nascar.com/news-media/2017/11/04/matt-kenseth-to-step-away-in-2018-nbc/
  15. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Landon Cassill will not return to Front Row Motorsports in 2018, according to Jeff Gluck. Cassill's time hasn't been the greatest experience. Since coming on board with FRM in 2016, Cassill's stats are: 66 Races 14 Lead-lap Finishes Best Finish: 11th (Talladega, Spring 2016) 32 Laps Led (20 in 2016, all at the Spring Bristol Race) 6 DNFs (5 in 2017) Avg Finish: 26th Not the best stats. It's not entirely his fault, as FRM is a pretty underfunded team despite some of the most loyal sponsors in the sport. I think we can rule out Danica and Kenseth taking over the 34, as both are looking for "competitive" rides. One name that was thrown out on social media was Michael McDowell, who could bring in K-LOVE as a sponsor, though I'm not sure how committed their relationship is with Leavine Family and the 95 (K-LOVE seems to fit McDowell much more than they would with Kahne, though).