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About pitt6pack

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  1. Super Bowl LIII Logo

    Here's another attempt at numerals at the same height, while trying to keep the center between the LI and II
  2. Super Bowl LIII Logo

    Okay, so I drew up a logo with the same sized numerals, to see what it looked like first (so ignore the color scheme for this one, it's as close as I could get it with what I have) I think the equally sized numerals is an improvement, but I think I'd still like to try and find a way to center the numerals between the 'LI' and 'II' somehow.
  3. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    I thought this shot from the video was quite interesting, and it may tell us something about this years endzone design: That's the Broncos wordmark, which they could be using to get an idea of size they want to use for the wordmarks in the endzones. Interesting that, by the looks of it, the size of the wordmark is the same as the Broncos used for Super Bowl XLVIII, and not from their most recent Super Bowl 50, where the wordmark was larger (first year without conference logos). It's just an odd thing to see, and I'm just speculating, but maybe it's a hint that we may get a change for the field different from the past two games format. Here's to hoping.
  4. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    They took away the purple outlines from the field, but the numbers are still there as is, so maybe they will keep them. I was wrong about them replacing the entire field, and my thoughts on the numbers were based on them replacing the field. So I can see them just using the numbers that are already there. We'll see as the week goes on. Hopefully they bring back outlines for the team colors. Slim I'd say. I think the person that wrote the article probably either doesn't pay much attention to Super Bowl fields, or used Super Bowl logo instead of NFL logo, to make things simpler for the average reader. It would be neat to see a change, as long as it isn't a the Super Bowl logo at midfield, and NFL logs at the 25's.
  5. Super Bowl LIII Logo

    Good point. The one reason I didn't do that to begin with is because of the 'L', and I didn't want the empty space between the top of the 'L' and the first 'I'. There's still empty space at the bottom and right, but I figured it would be better there where the peach splits. I see what you mean though, my eyes get drawn mostly to the 'L' and the last 'I', and the middle I's get less focus. It would be faster for me to draw the changes first and post them and see how it looks first. I could then bring the ribbon down a bit. I'll try a couple things and post the best here. Thanks for the input
  6. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    Some 80s style fields. Imagine how much more awesome these would be with a decent Super Bowl logo.
  7. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    I decided to try 80s style endzones, since I think they are a bit better than the mid 2000s endzones. I can do those later, but this is what I started with. I'm working on some fields for these
  8. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    I'll tie these two posts together. The Vikings did have the gold endzones for Super Bowl's VIII, IX, and XI because their purple helmets in the duel helmet endzone era. In Super Bowl IV they had a purple endzone. I'd expect a purple endzone from the Vikings, but it's always fun to see what could be. I can do a couple gold endzones for the Vikings, and some duel helmet ones for all the teams once I get the chance.
  9. Super Bowl LIII Logo

    With the Super Bowl LIII logo expected to be revealed in a little over a week from now (who are we kidding, it'll look something like this: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C4RsXzdUoAAcFf5.jpg), I decided to throw my hat in the ring on this one to make a concept of my own. I know it is a little pixelated, but all I've got to work with (or know how to use at least) is MS Paint. I'm still a bit unsure if I've got the colors nailed down, or if I should add a dark outline to the whole logo for when it is displayed on a light background, or jerseys and a field. Let me know what you all think!
  10. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    Here are some alternate enzones for the Vikings and Jags Much better than the white lettering, and hopefully this is what we'd see if the Vikings make it, but because they use white on their own home field, I'd guess white letters. I think the black and gold would be my favorite out of any choice for the Jags, but the NFL would probably go with black and white letters. The logo I don't think would have a white outline, since their secondary logo when on black, does not have a white outline: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/15919862013/Jacksonville_Jaguars/2013/Alternate_Logo Of all the field combos, I'd say this may be the best to see:
  11. And of course the Ravens would have to have the Maryland flag plastered around the uniform.
  12. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    They may be for the baseball field. There is extra turf needed to cover from parts of center field to right field. Where were the rolls of turf at? I could see that as a possibility as well. And really, I have no idea what the Jaguars would do. A black endzone means they would probably add a white boarder around the logo, and I'd have to guess a white wordmark. Black seems to be the Jags most prominent color, so it wouldn't be surprising to see a black endzone. I don't see them using gold as the endzone color. Possibly gold lettering, but that's a stretch. I'll have to get some alternate endzone designs for the Vikings and Jaguars when I get the chance. We already know what a Patriots endzone would look like, and the eagles endzone would most certainly be as I did above.
  13. Super Bowl Field Database - Super Bowl LII Early Concepts

    I’ll get the chance to post some concepts tomorrow. I don’t have my laptop at the moment. Other note though, I forgot that the Vikings midfield is a cutout, and so are the endzones, so I guess they won’t have to replace the whole field. I think they will paint a standard number font, and not what the Vikings have now. If you looked close at the divisional playoff logos, the purple wasn’t painted on the inside. Hopefully they will keep the outline of the 25s painted team colors, but I doubt the NFal would allow it.
  14. NFL Fields - 1994-2000 Steelers (1/9/18)

    Easy enough, I've just been working on other things recently. I do try to keep this thread low on requests though, since I have hundreds of past fields to still work on.
  15. NFL Fields - 1994-2000 Steelers (1/9/18)

    Yeah, the gray, silver, (whatever the NFL signature bland color is) is a little washed out. They will probably have to touch up the paint before the game since it's a couple days away, and who knows what the rain and snow will do to the field while its under the tarp tonight