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  1. Bradley University Logo

    This would be a massive upgrade. The only possible tweak that comes to mind for me would be to experiment with adding hands to the clock face.
  2. Final Four 2019

    Please export this as a .png or .jpeg so that you can upload the image file to an image hosting site and then post that. Right now we can only see the image by opening it in Photoshop or a similar program. That being said, it's a solid design, though I think it draws a little too heavily from the Timberwolves identity and from this year's Final Four logo.
  3. I'm trying to figure out your math on the runoff... The initial three percentages add up to 100%, but for all three rounds of the runoff, the percentages only add up to 50%. This would seem to mean that in order to reach the 50% threshold, a city would have to get all of the vote for that round of the runoff... Just wondering... I'm excited to see the packages for the new teams.
  4. I would go with the navy / orange, though I would like to see some team adopt a burgundy / orange scheme at some point.
  5. NFL Uniform Tweaks - Texans Added 5-13-16

    For the red and white jerseys, I prefer the first revision, though I think the second revision with the ship on the sleeves is best for the creamsicle jersey.
  6. NFL Uniform Tweaks - Texans Added 5-13-16

    Using the Maryland flag in Ravens concepts has become somewhat cliche, but I think you incorporated it very well. This is one of the few Ravens concepts I'd actually want to see on the field. I like the first number font better, though. In your Steelers concept, I'm not a big fan of the inclusion of the red and blue on the sleeves. This is definitely one of the better NFL series I've seen on here in a while.
  7. NFL Uniform Tweaks - Texans Added 5-13-16

    This has been a very good series so far. I especially like the Giants. I think you have about the best resolution to their striping issues that I've seen. What I like about this series is that the ideas are unique but well-presented and not too out there.
  8. How would it look with gold numbers outlined in white instead of white numbers outlined in gold?
  9. Texas looks great. I'm somewhat disappointed to hear that Richmond is moving. I think having a team in Richmond made the league sort of unique (kind of like Green Bay for the NFL, though Richmond is actually about the same size as Buffalo and New Orleans). Of course, Baltimore gets a team, which I like because it means that maybe a local team will finally have a winning season (cough...cough...Legion and Wasps...)
  10. John Clayton "Clay" Hutchinson, Jr. was born November 22, 1917 in Baltimore. He grew up in poverty and was orphaned as a teenager, but through hard work he became a successful businessman. In 1962, he founded a sports apparel company called Howard Street Athletic Co. Its popularity has recently grown, and a number of stores have opened across the country in the last couple of years. He is planning to change the name of the company to "Nemesis Athletics." Hutchinson hopes to get uniform contracts for some AFA teams at some point in the future. 1. Atlanta 2. Portland 3. Kansas City
  11. I like the bottom left the best, and I agree that it would look better if the colors were switched.
  12. 8BW14's NFL Redesign: Monochrome Madness

    This has been an all-around excellent series. I actually like the Buccaneers' new uniforms better than their old ones, but this is one of the best concepts I've seen that basically sticks to the old ones. I definitely think their old logo looks a little dated, though their new logo is by no means perfect. I've seen some mash-ups between the two that I've liked.
  13. Buffalo looks GREAT. It's awfully hard to pick between the two color schemes, as both look awesome. I personally think the faceless player works well.
  14. I feel like the G looks a bit too wonky. Maybe try straightening out the lines (especially in the middle). I definitely thought Green Bay Packers when I saw it, but I think that effect is less if you go with the version on the left. Besides, the Green Bay Packers don't exist in this world, so it's fine if it's similar. I like where this is going.
  15. Colorado looks excellent. The update for New York also looks excellent, but I wonder how the logo would look if you moved the Y a little bit to the right so that the left endpoint of the letter is behind the building.