CaptainKirkMN

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  1. CaptainKirkMN

    Yet Another Signature Thread

    Could you do: Vikings Home #84 (The Uniforms they had in '98) Twins Dark Alt #7 Brewers Light Alt #4 WVU Football Home #7 WVU Basketball Gold #44 Penguins Dark Wild Light
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    United States Brier - Curling States Competition

    I really like this unique idea! I've never seen a series giving each US state its own set, nor have I seen a curling series. As a curling fan who lives in West Virginia (I know, I'm just about the only one) I would love to see concepts for Alabama and West Virginia, even if they don't fit into the concept of the league.
  3. Any Pioneer will have you crucified for leaving the hyphen out of Hill-Murray.
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    Heavy's Expansion Concept thread

    Those dark numbers are hard to read on the page. They would be impossible on the field.
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    A Few NFL Concepts (Hand Drawn)(Houston posted 11/7)

    Really great sets! I particularly love the way the silver shoulders work on the navy uniform. I'd be interested to see what a red Titans set would look like, but I appreciate the decision to keep it out. Under their current identity, I don't think it would work, in the same way that yellow Vikes uniforms wouldn't work.
  6. I love the old-school look of WVU. Those shoulder stripes are slick.
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    NFL REDESIGN (Bears update 1/16)

    The new logo is... meh. I certainly don't like it as much as the other ones you've done. If you could make a reverse version, such that the eye is peering into the bottom right corner, you could put one on each side of the helmet, like an actual pair of eyes. In my opinion, that would work better on a solid helmet than a striped one.
  8. It would be a crime to have WVU and Pitt in the same conference and not bring back the Backyard Brawl.
  9. As a WVU student, this alignment feels weird. WVU and Penn St. belong with better teams. I will say though, the University really does want to get its rivalry back with Pitt.
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    "Desecrating" the NFL

    The horse part has a very similar silhouette to the Broncos... This works well in a vacuum, but not so well when there's another horse team in the division.
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    NHL Refresh Series - "Desecrating" the NHL

    That triangle-less penguin is slick! I also really like the sloping of the stripes on the back, especially on the alts. This is my favorite one yet in the series.
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    Minor League Baseball team names

    I personally like the "charm" of the slightly goofier names-it's something unique to minor-league baseball. With there being so many teams, lots of teams are in cities that, let's be honest, don't have the same cultural elements as pro teams that lend themselves to "good" names. As a result, some teams really dig into something not considered normal fodder for a name. Or some of them just go with something a bit related to the city/region and a bit goofy.
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    "Desecrating" the NFL

    If you were to truly go all in on all-black, I'd think it would be appropriate to give the cowboy black hair and mustache.
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    NBA Literal Jersey Series

    "POW!"
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    Hardest City for Fictional Concept Leagues

    Minnesota has a few things it's well-known for, but they don't lend themselves well to sports nicknames. And the only good names from those have been taken. "Twin Cities"-The Twins. Lots of Nordic people-The Vikings State Bird is the loon-The Loons (Nickname for Minnesota United) Just about the only other option is the beat the dead horse of the wildlife theme or reference the cold.