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About Go Red Sox!

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    Self-declared fetishist of "red, white and blue" color scheme
  • Birthday 02/05/1974

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    Design, sports (MLB, NFL, NBA) and good food
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  1. NFL Logos by MCrosby - added Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    I think the Liberty Bell doesn't work here, because it always looks forced, no matter how subtle or not it eventually will look.
  2. Thanks. Much appreciated. Details wouldn't disappear at all, firstly because the color contrast here is really high. Plus, the minimum line weight of this very badge, when being embroidered on a uniform, is 1.55 mm, so I'm still way over the minimum line weight recommended for embroidery, which is around 0.4 mm. And even when the chips are down, one could also slightly increase the line weight of the entire vector file before starting the embroidery process, just like they do it with almost all those detailed logos with finer line weights which get embroidered on hats or uniforms.
  3. Thanks. Long live effing Photobucket, another service that I don't need anymore...
  4. It's official now: the city of Miami is getting its own Major League Soccer club in 2020, and Manchester United legend David Beckham will at least be the team's partial owner. This franchise has no official name yet, same goes for the color scheme. According to a website's poll, a majority has been preferring the name "International Miami" or "Inter Miami". ("Miami United" probably would have been the best choice due to Beckham's belonging to Man U, but there's already a semi-pro soccer team with that very name.) My crest includes vibrant and loud colors, a combined influence of some Art Deco elements and those typical neon signs one can find at Ocean Drive or elsewhere in and around Miami – and it doesn't include a damn soccer ball! Hope you like it. And thanks for watching!
  5. My Kansas City Royals "50 Seasons" Anniversary Patch for 2018.
  6. MLB | Texas Rangers Logo Modernization

    Thanks a lot, guys! Much appreciated as always. Here is the wordmark uniform logo on three different backgrounds (white home, blue and red alternate uni). The font is less compressed and slightly bolder, so it suits the state of Texas a little better. Current uniform wordmark logo
  7. MLB | Texas Rangers Logo Modernization

    Thank you, buckeye. Much appreciated! Thanks, coco1997. I already wanted to give it a try a year ago during MLB season, but somehow forgot about it. Thanks, SFGiants58. The 1990's-like "T" drop shadow was my No.1 cause to revise the whole thing. But that silver bevel is so very outdated, moreover superfluous, it tremendously clutters those marks for no reason. Thanks, Steelman. Good to know a Rangers fan is actually liking the results. Thank you, OnWis97. Yeah, I think it looks cleaner now, plus those white circles and lines make it look more interesting. Sure...
  8. MLB | Texas Rangers Logo Modernization

    I decided to modernize the current Texas Rangers identity. I always thought they have a good set of logos, but, since they've rebranded in 2003, they also aged over time. Current Texas Rangers primary mark 1 – Primary logo: No more drop shadow on the "T" initial. Bolder lines and a slightly broader typeface. New baseball seams. The two stars are now separately placed on a white background. 2 – Secondary logo: A modernized version of the 1994-2002 alternate logo. The two shades of silver are no longer part of the Rangers color scheme. 3 – Alternate logo: A revised version of the current alternate Texas flag logo being used on the Rangers uniforms. The bevel on the lone star has been removed, as well as the color silver.
  9. MLS | Expansion team Detroit Motor SC

    Thanks, guys. Much appreciated!
  10. MLS | Expansion team Detroit Motor SC

    Major League Soccer would currently like to expand its league by giving the city of Detroit, Michigan their first professional soccer team. Fans of the semi-pro Detroit City FC hate that idea, while former Express co-owner and soccer mogul Roger Faulkner clearly thinks it's a no-brainer to invest in a Detroit-based pro team. So here's the logo set of the brand-new (and of course fictional) Detroit Motor SC. Colors are navy blue and orange (plus the new color chrome), inherited from the former NASL Detroit Express (1978-81). A large vintage car emblem in the center in front of a wheel, including chrome rim spokes, are forming this primary mark. The alternate mark is thematically based on those vintage car emblems and signs of the 1930's, 40's and 50's. Thanks for watching!
  11. MiLB | California League Logo Rebrand

    Thanks, guys! Here's a less Arizona-vibe, more California-like draft in terms of colors, my first out of two color schemes for this mark.
  12. MiLB | California League Logo Rebrand

    Another rebrand of a MiLB league logo. This time it's the California League whose current logo has been in use since 2000. No more baseball and bats, or gold and red, but orange and yellow as the two new colors. Link to current mark: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/zag1rh2hfy5vrihmrhf6/_California_League/2000/Primary_Logo
  13. NHL Preds, Sens & Ducks

    I know you're new here. But that exactly is the reason why I don't understand your allegation against Sparky in the first place! You should at least have waited a couple of months to come to know other users better in order to understand that Sparky, as a long time member (April 2009), would rather quit designing than plagiarizing other people's work. Instead you used your first(!) post here on CCSL to prematurely and falsely accuse him of allegedly copying existing logos. In my view, that was neither nice, nor smart. In fact, it was pretty dumb! P.S.: Great work as always, Sparky!
  14. MLB Team Color Chart

    Thanks, ZionEagle. Yes, NBA, NFL, NHL and MLS will follow in the next couple of weeks, months.