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About HRC4

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    stats, fantasy football, 3d animation
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    Buccaneers, Celtics, Tigers

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  1. HRC4

    Font Creation

    I messed around with FontForge for a bit. Might have to dig into it more. Thanks
  2. I just figured out the stars were from the Flag of Europe. Carry on.
  3. I'm curious what the stars represent in the logos. They look nice the way they fit on the C logo, but not as much on the M and the Shield.
  4. Love the striped hat in an overall solid design.
  5. HRC4

    NBA Refresh Series (Phoenix added 2/20)

    The ideas of the concepts are pretty good, but the presentation is lacking. Inconsistent thickness of lines and pretty basic shapes and fonts are a little underwhelming. Look at the old Jazz mountains font and the detail that goes into that. Maybe make the C in the Clippers logo the blue color and the spokes black. Just a couple suggestions for improvement.
  6. HRC4

    Font Creation

    I have a pdf of a font that I want to create into an actual font that I can type out rather than copying and pasting each individual letter every time. FWIW, the font in question is a custom private entity and not downloadable anywhere, but I will only be using for personal private use for fantasy football leagues that I am in. Any advice on how to proceed would be great. I've already tried FontForge but that seems to be more in depth than I need it to be since I already have the letters individually created. Thanks in advance for any advice.
  7. Tighten up the space between the A and the V in Ravens. Wordmarks look great with those 2 letters next to each other the way their parts are slanted, but without moving them closer to each other there's a huge unnecessary gap that isn't present elsewhere.
  8. HRC4

    A New Era: New York Knicks Brand Refresh

    This takes me back a few years when Bill Bellamy, Queen Latifa, and Dean Cain would hit the hardwood for Rock N Jock Basketball on MTV.
  9. Curious why the different stripes from the gray pants compared to the red pants
  10. HRC4

    NBA City to NFL Color Rush

    Dallas Mavericks
  11. HRC4

    NBA City to NFL Color Rush

    Now we're cooking. Here's Cleveland
  12. HRC4

    NBA City to NFL Color Rush

  13. HRC4

    2019 Tampa Bay Hurricanes

    Font is custom made, based off something nate.sweitz did for his NFL rebranding, specifically his Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  14. HRC4

    2019 Tampa Bay Hurricanes

    For the first time in about 6 years I actually created my own logo from scratch for one of my fantasy football teams. This is the result. Big thanks to @nate.sweitz for his needed guidance on the bisecting the fonts. There was heavy inspiration from him, but I did take the time to create each letter and number from scratch using his philosophies. The 2 stripes are consistent throughout the fonts, pants, jerseys, and helmets. We just finished up our 10th year and I've got 4 championships to show for it (back to back in 09-10 and 17-18). Those 4 championships, and 2 sets of back to back titles, leads to the 4 spokes on the logo, and the fact that there is a set of 2 stripes on either sides of the jerseys/pants. I may have overdone the effects (I have a tendency to do that), but I was going for a reflective pattern (also applies to jersey numbers). This championship banner idea was done by someone else, but I replicated it rather than asking for them to make me one. Every year I come up with a stupid hashtag to go with my team and the smack talk that gets brought in our league. This year, it's #PURPLERE19N All possible combinations of jerseys C and C welcome
  15. HRC4

    Megaman-Style NFL Players

    Love the cremescicle nod