BobbyB

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  1. BobbyB

    NHL Seattle Concepts

    I've been working on some ideas lately surrounding the name and logo for the future NHL team in Seattle and I wanted to share them here. I have shared these with the @SeattleSinBin Twitter account and he has posted them to get feedback from Seattle hockey fans. The response has been mixed, with many people seeming to like the logos, but not responding favorably to the color schemes for either concept (too similar to the Portland Timbers and OKC Thunder for many people's liking). I've always felt that the Seattle navy & neon green color scheme would be great for continuity's sake with the Seahawks and Sounders, but not so great for the sake of originality or differentiating ourselves from the blue & green color palette already being used by the Vancouver Canucks. Here are the concepts: Seattle Pilots Seattle Breakers I have a couple other ideas for logos that I plan on exploring for Steelheads and Kraken, and I'll see if I can come up with some other options that are a little more unique to the standard list of names being mentioned for the future NHL team.
  2. BobbyB

    NBA Changes 2018-19

    I was gonna guess that it had something to do ATCQ with those colors but then I remembered that Tribe is from Queens. Are the circles references to the subway routes?
  3. The bear logo feels a little bit flat. You might want to try incorporating the yellow a little more into the logo as a way of adding one more layer of shadowing and detail to the bear's face. For example, the yellow hue could run under the eyes and over the top of the eyebrows, as well as along the sides of the bridge of the nose. If the yellow is too bright you could also possibly try introducing a light grey value to the palette. Fraser Davidson is always really good at finding the right balance of detail in his designs. Here is a logo of his that provides a good example of what I mean by the detail that could be added by introducing another color to the face:
  4. BobbyB

    2018 NFL Season

    I still can't believe Rex Grossman went to a Super Bowl. Nathan Peterman is a temporary fill-in with a $615K cap hit while the team rebuilds and prepares Josh Allen to be the franchise QB.
  5. BobbyB

    The Battle of Seattle

    Alright thanks for letting me know. I'll start a separate thread. I'm admittedly more of a basketball, football, baseball fan and am not well-versed in the details of hockey uniforms. I'm sure there are some tweaks that could be made to the uniform, but I just wanted to present my ideas for possible team name and logo combinations. Thanks for the feedback I'm glad you like the general concepts.
  6. BobbyB

    The Battle of Seattle

    The explorations in this thread are great. I just joined this forum but I've also been working on some concepts for Seattle's NHL team, so I thought I would add them to the mix. I have shared these with the @SeattleSinBin Twitter account and he has posted them to get feedback from Seattle hockey fans. The response has been mixed, with many people seeming to like the logos, but not responding favorably to the color schemes for either concept (too similar to the Portland Timbers and OKC Thunder for many people's liking). I've always felt that the Seattle navy & neon green color scheme would be great for continuity's sake with our other pro teams, but not so great for the sake of originality or differentiating ourselves from the blue & green colors of the Vancouver Canucks. Seattle Pilots Seattle Breakers I have a couple other ideas for logos that I plan on exploring for Steelheads and Kraken, even though Sparky Chewbarky has already done concept designs for those names. I'll see if I can come up with some other options that are a little more unique to the standard list of names being mentioned for the future NHL team.