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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. Thanks, guys. Much appreciated!
  2. 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!
  3. 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.
  4. 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
  5. 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!
  6. Thanks, ZionEagle. Yes, NBA, NFL, NHL and MLS will follow in the next couple of weeks, months.
  7. For those who are interested in Major League Baseball and all the respective team logo colors, here's a chart I've made a couple of weeks ago. This chart exclusively includes current MLB teams and no defunct organizations. Only primary and secondary/alternate colors are listed, no supporting colors (like yellow-gold on the Atlanta Braves tomahawk or the red baseball stitches in the Mariners logo). Listed are all official PANTONE colors, plus the respective RGB values.
  8. Thanks, Lights Out! Here's the logo in two different colorations, 1996-2003 (black, teal, gold) and 2004-2007 (black, green, gold)
  9. Thanks a lot, guys!
  10. My goal (pun) was to simplify the current Major League Soccer's LA Galaxy primary logo a little more. So the word "GALAXY" has been replaced by, well, a galaxy! The 3-color quasar remains for reason of recognition value. Gone is the stereotype soccer shield which, I think, makes a nice change. Link to current LA Galaxy logo: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/wcwwzw1ysgmdcgkguwof/LA_Galaxy/2007/Primary_Logo
  11. Thank you, guys! Yeah, Indy Fuel doesn't really sound or read great. I just kept the name as it is. Oilers is okay, but there are countless semi- or -professional teams out there calling themselves Oilers.
  12. Two more ECHL team rebrands, this time it's the Indy Fuel and the Tulsa Oilers. Team colors are unchanged. The actual Indy Fuel logo is lacking of originality, so it was a no-brainer to add some Indy-typical elements. Link to current logo: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/508136422015/Indy_Fuel/2015/Primary_Logo I wanted the Tulsa Oilers primary mark to look like a hybrid of a sports logo and a company sign, including simulated embossing. Link to current logo: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/546912462015/Tulsa_Oilers/2015/Primary_Logo
  13. Only two likes before I liked? Seriously? Beautifully rendered, no complaints or even nitpicking from me. I would favor the top right for two reasons: best colors and the horse's mane adds a nice touch to the logo's shape. Very sweet work.
  14. I've dedicated this thread to my Boston Red Sox's biggest arch rival, the New York Yankees, by updating their classic primary logo that has been used by the club since 1947. The entire logo is built from scratch. Since NY's main color is not red, I decided to reduce it, so the emphasis is now on the color navy. I also renewed and slightly thickened the red baseball stitches to create a cleaner look. The baseball bat is also slightly modified. I know that purists, Yankee hardcore fans would love to hit me now with at least one bat, but I've been toying with the idea of putting that concept into practice for quite a while. There's also an alternate mark I've created. Very simple, yet using the classic Yankees look. Could be worn on alternate navy uniforms with the interlocked "NY" on the chest for regular season usage. I know the chance those navy unis might become reality one day is, I guess, very, very, very slim. Current logo
  15. And another stolen Behance logo. This is your second one within a couple of hours. Why?