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Victormrey last won the day on October 26 2016

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About Victormrey

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    Spanish Sid
  • Birthday 08/04/1995

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    Madrid, Spain
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    Soccer, Baseball and Design in general
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    Football (Soccer): Real Madrid, Spain, Germany and Venezuela. Baseball: Seattle Mariners and Leones del Caracas

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  1. Quick test: Does it look good? About the Twins I'm thinking on going for Cream/Green/Red, à la Minnesota Wild.
  2. Trying out the new logos: Thoughts?
  3. Thanks! First, about the colours, I'd like to keep just the Navy and the Red. I don't think the light blue would look good on the scripts, and I don't want to use it only for the logos. I think I'll focus on the 2nd design. Keeping the triangles and maybe adding "Cleveland Indians" on white (I'd need some help with that though).
  4. First two tries: What do you think? I'd go for the second one, because the first may be way too complex.
  5. Do you mean going for Navy / Light Blue / Red? Sorry for posting this apart, but I forgot to quote this.
  6. Thanks for the suggestion. How about using that shield as sleeve patch / secondary logo with the last C-I inside of it?
  7. I prefer these last two names, given people would relate Warriors to NBA. Thanks for the suggestion!
  8. Alternate version of the block C: Which one do you prefer?
  9. The problem is that to make the "I" smaller, I have to make the C thicker, which doesn't allow me to use the minimalist feather: Thanks for your kind words!
  10. I decided to try two ideas for the Indians' block C, given the current design is quite bland in my opinion: What do you think?
  11. Here's the road uniform with the home patch: About the alts, am I the only one who loves their 1982/86 uniforms? I tried using the styles you suggested me, but I feel they don't look good as alt uniforms. I wish I could share them, but my PC crashed before I could save them. Nonetheless, I'll be using those suggestions to make other versions of the home and road uniforms at the end of the series (I'll be making alt versions for more teams, like the Orioles and the Angels). I'm going to try out their 1976/81 numbers if I manage to find a similar font. About the Indians, I'll stick to Navy and Red, given I've already make a concept for them in Brown and Red.
  12. I forgot to say that the powder blue was of course also inspired by the flag of Chicago!
  13. Do you mean this?
  14. Actually, the idea came from @coco1997 profile pic! I searched the uniforms used by the White Sox, and given they've used light blue on their roads for more than 10 years and it matches with black, I decided to go for it. About an all-powder blue road uni, I think it wouldn't be realistic, that's why I did a grey road design. About the socks, I thought the road uniform look more balanced without the white. Here's the cap with the SOX logo: I wanted to make a consistent alt set, that's why I used the same design twice. About the road, does this look better?
  15. Let's start the ALC with the White Sox! The Chicago White Sox have on of the most classy looks in the Major, there's no too much I'd change about them. But they seem to be one of the teams which looks at their past the most, using throwback designs quite frequently. Given this, and the uniform used during the last Spring Training, I decided to go for a "combination of eras". Maybe they won't make such radical changes, but I think they'll be incorporating old elements, one way or another. For the home uniform I decided to drop the pinstripes, featuring now the 1936/38 logo on the front, and a new version of the "Flying Sock" (designed by me) on the sleevd. The road uniform now features a melange pattern, as well as the 1932/38 script. Both uniforms feature the 1949/50 C on the caps. For the alts, I decided to go for a modern version of the 1982/86 uniform. As you may notice, I decided to use powder blue as secondary colour, inspired by the uniforms used from 1962 to 1975.