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  1. Kansas City Scouts: Resurrection

    While playing NHL 17, I came across the Kansas City Scouts' logo when messing around on Create-A-Team. I got to thinking pretty hard about what I would do if I were ever approached to build a new Scouts identity from the ground up, and got to sketching. Today I have a finished product to share! The Scouts looked really good during their time, and I'd be perfectly fine if a resurrected Scouts franchise skated out of the gate wearing those exact get-ups. I wanted to challenge myself, however, and went the way of the Winnipeg Jets with a built-from-scratch identity. This identity revolves around a war-painted horse with feathers attached to the mane as the primary mark. The alternate marks are inspired by painted hand prints that warriors would place on their horses for both accomplished missions and an oath of vengeance. The original logo is also used as the primary crest of an alternate third fauxback, which is a red, navy, and gold version of the original sweaters. Let me know what you think! C&C is appreciated, you know the drill!
  2. Philadelphia Quakers Concept

    This was submitted to HJC for their 365 Club competition I took part of their jersey's stripe pattern and added white to make it look closer to their away jerseys. Thoughts?
  3. Alright so I'm going to start my second active topic on the boards, the other one being "NHL by Adidas 2.0" Inspired by an Atlanta Thrashers redesign on HJC, I've decided to start a series where I take any defunct NHL team, like the Nords, Whalers, or Thrashers and rebrand them. I'll have one home and one road. Here are my rules. • I must use at least one logo from their past (or update an old one) • I must keep the name of the team • I must keep one colour from their past (or slightly edit an old one) • one dark, one light, within NHL guidelines So with this being said, here's the Atlanta Thrashers. Things I kept; - alternate logo (fit identity better) - general colour scheme (without gold) - alternate inspired striping pattern Things I changed; - eliminated gold - Georgia Peach replaces white, becoming the first NHL team to have a current road uniform that isn't white - edited the striping pattern from red alternate uniform to make it more modern and consistent Might do the Whalers or Nordiques next, leave comments.