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  1. NCAA Football Fields

    Welcome to the NCAA Football Field concept page! I am starting with the power 5 conferences then will move to the smaller schools. I am also starting with the SEC conference. Enjoy!
  2. North American Baseball Association

    So I previously did a concept called "stadium series" and decided I wanted to make a league out of it. So without further ado, I present the North American Baseball Association (NABA). First team up, the San Antonio Rebels. I really love the way this turned out! The stadium is called HEB Park. The backdrop of the field is a little shopping area with a strip mall, HEB, mall, and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Behind home plate there is a commercial district with an arena, office building, and parking garage. View from the entrance behind home plate. here you can see the backdrop, and also the tall wall in left field, which is 35' high, because the park is only 290' to left. The wall also doubles as the visitors clubhouse, the team offices, as well as the rooftop deck which fans can sit/stand on during the games. As said above, here is the view from the rooftop deck. Not much else to be seen here. Here is the view from the top step of the Rebels dugout down the first base line, where you can see the old school scoreboard on the left field wall, as well as the Alamo shaped scoreboard on top of the roof. Here is the view from the visitors dugout, and you can see down the 310' right field line. Also note the Alamo replica building which is the Rebels clubhouse. The clubhouse is several levels, with the training rooms, batting cages, and extra amenities underground. Here's a view from the Rebels clubhouse, where you can see the home plate and third base line entrances, as well as the club level, which has 17 suites, the press box, and the club level bleachers. Here is the view from behind home plate, most of what is to be seen has already been noted, so I won't touch on it anymore. Ariel view of HEB Park. Parking lot in right field, with the main entrance in the right field corner.
  3. NCAA FOOTBALL FIELD EXPERIMENT: Guidelines -Will cover all teams from the P5 Conferences -Midfield Logo must be between 15-20 yards in size -3 teams (Including Boise) will receive colored turf. -Colors on field must be school official colors. EX: No Black if it is not an OFFICIAL color! -Conference Logo is not needed on the field, but if used, must be 5 Yards in size and will be placed on the 25 yard line. -Any School slogan used on the field must be centered on the 15 yard line and must be Between 20-25 yards in length. Pac 12: Arizona Oregon Sate Utah -Didn't change much with the Cats field, moved the Bear Down from the ghost Lettering to the sides like how they used to have it.
  4. College Football Field Redesign

    ACC First: Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Louisville Miami
  5. So a while back I post a sport I kind of made up for a story I was writing - well that particular story idea faded. However a lot of the elements were taken from many different sports including Field Handball. I have been watching videos of Olympic Team Handball and it got me thinking about the sport and it looked fun, yet there were a few things I wasn't keen and/or looked strange. So I'v created what I'm calling handball 2.0 - Still thinking of a cooler name. Let's start with the Rules: - Nine Players per side: 8 Position Players and 1 Goalkeeper. Substitutions: Unlimited Substitutions are allowed. Players entering the field must enter via the Substitution Area, and may not engage in the play until the exiting player has complete exited the playing area (aka the Boundary line near the benches). A departing player does not have to exit via the Substitution Area. - Play is two 45 minute halves, with a halftime of 15 minutes plus a five minute warmup session. In Regular Season matches no overtime is played, a tied at the end of Regulation is a Tie. In playoff/tournament/World Cup games, Overtime is one 20 minute period played to completion, with the team ahead at the end of OT declared the winner. Should the teams still be tied at the end of OT, Penalty Throws will commence. - The game is player on a Soccer/Football Pitch. The field shall be natural grass or artificial turf with the field and boundary markings in their proper colors. Only the Penalty Arc shall be yellow with everything else in white. There are four zones: Offensive, Defensive, Neutral and Time. The ball must cross into the offensive zone prior to the offensive player of the play is offsides and possession reverts to the other team. Once a team gains possession, a 32 second shot clock begins. A player may hold, carry or dribble the ball without restriction anywhere on the field except inside the Time Zone. Inside the Time Zone the offensive players outside the Goal Box may only possess the ball for three seconds, after which they must bounce the ball, or pass it or shoot. If the player chooses to bounce the ball, the three seconds resets. An offensive player may not bounce the ball consecutively while in the Time Zone. An offensive player in the Goal Box who choses to post up a defender may possess the ball for a five count after which the player must bounce the ball, pass the ball or shoot. Once again, after the bounce the five seconds resets and posting up player may not bounce the ball consecutively in one possession. The 32 Second Shot Clock resets to 25seconds if a defending player knocks the ball out of the offensive team's zone and the ball goes out of bounds. If a defender knocks the ball out of bounds within in the offensive zone, the shot does not reset. If the offensive team loses possession of the ball and it exits their zone, the offensive team may not touch the ball until all offensive players have tagged up behind the (Offensive) Zone Line. If a defender knocks the ball out of the zone, but it is still in the play, an offensive player may possess the ball, but must wait for all seven other teammates on the field to tag up. More rules to come, like Violations, Penalty Throws, etc. but here's the Field Diagrams: Full Size: Field Positions Diagram Any adjustments? Suggestions on Gameplay, Rules, etc? Questions? C&C Welcome
  6. NFL FIELD EXPERIMENT 2017 Rules: Must contain 2-3 Colored end zones. (Color for background and text/outline)Main logo must be 20 yards wide on center field2 teams (1 from each conference will experiment with colored turf)Nfl Logo must be present on one sideline on the 15 yard line, 5 yards wide, Other sideline must contain conference logoEnd zone must contain word mark logo for each team.As part of the experiment, teams may choose to put their saying as a # on the white sideline or on the field ( Side of choice) from the 20 to 5 yard line. Ex: #GOPACKGO​When should I post the first field…. It is already completed.Leave all questions that you have for me! TEAMS COMPLETED Arizona Carolina Tampa Bay San Diego Chicago Ravens Browns
  7. Nothing too exciting with this post, but I've put together what Super Bowl 49 should now look like. The only thing I've really changed is the logo of the game itself. I've used some concept art as a base but made some alterations. The logo is in the shape of Arizona, I've added purple as an accent color, and if you look closely at the logo, there are stripes representing Arizona's Flag. Hope you enjoy. (Both uniforms courtesy of this very website)
  8. Super Bowl XLVIII

    Even # Super Bowl means Denver is designated as the home team as the AFC represenative. They'll likely be in their orange homes with Seattle in their road set. Field/End Zone setups, uniforms, apparel, alternate event logos, whatever. Get 'em here.