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  1. All fields here, and more, can be found on the Gridiron Fields Database. Links to fields Links to Playoffs Fields Links to International Series Fields Now that I've been working with the Gridiron Uniforms Database to help add fields to the Gridiron Fields Database I'll be starting to do some historical fields, along with the current ones. There are so many past fields to do, and they are time consuming, so at least to start with I'm going to do just fields for big moments in NFL history. So I'm starting with the immaculate reception game. I'll also be skipping the on-field logos portion, to save time and memory space. December 23, 1972 - AFC Divisional Playoffs Raiders -7 @ Steelers - 13 December 31, 1972 - AFC Championship Dolphins - 21 @ Steelers - 17 As always, if anyone wants templates or the full sized fields (9144 x 4344 pixels) PM me.
  2. Now that we are close to having LA teams, I am surprised there is no thread in this forum on what they may look like. Is there any way we are looking at an identity overhaul? I'd say it's unlikely, particularly given the three teams we are talking about.. Both the Rams and Raiders have history in LA (so do the Chargers, but not as memorable). It would be really odd to see the Rams, who've been the Rams since, what the 30s (?), change names. I don't think whatever sympathy there is for St. Louis will cause much momentum for a Cleveland Deal, thanks to the history in LA, the lacking certainty that St. Louis will have a team again, and the lack of "lunchpail/blue collar fan" reputation. The Raiders also have LA history and while they've had a rough decade plus, their brand has historical importance. I think their brand would stay the same not only if they moved to LA but to San Antonio or London. Also, like St. Louis, there will be nothing near a guarantee that Oakland will ever get another team. San Diego is the most likely to overhaul, but probably still unlikely. Given the proximity of San Diego to LA, they may even retain some fans. Plus it's a brand that's been around for 50 years or so and, once again, no Cleveland Deal is likely for San Diego. Truth is, I don't like the identity (curved lightning bolts?) but I certainly don't want to see it change, diminishing those 50 years and resulting in something likely to be worse. I have no horse in the race, so as a neutral fan, I'd like to see the names remain the same, and the identities essentially the same. Predictions: If Raiders move: No identity change save for "Oakland" to "Los Angeles." If Rams move: No name change. The horns stay. Move to the old blue/yellow scheme (60%). Otherwise, stay with current look (35%) or move to old blue/white scheme (5%) If Chargers move: No name change. The bolts stay on the helmet. Stay with current look (80%). Otherwise go to some old look (15%) or a new variation of the "bolts" (5%) Any thoughts?
  3. For almost as long as football has existed, there have been many tries at tabletop simulations of the sport. I'm not talking about Strat-o-Matic, Paydirt and their ilk. No, what I speak of is having the whole field, and 11 little men butting heads with 11 other men. The most famous of these attempts is electric football, which seems to be something of a love/hate affair mainly because getting those little men to go where you want them to, as well as passing and kicking, are dark, arcane arts mortals were not meant to know ...and then there have been other, more obscure efforts, a number of which basically combined football with chess, though that has its own issues (queen pieces might end up being too powerful to contain, for instance). What I saw someone at Boardgame Geek do with All-Pro Football, a late 60s effort, inspired me to try my hand at at least preparing to make my own board, and at some point I'll post some of them. These fields I'm about to show you, I created with a different game, Techno Bowl, in mind. All I'll say is what I know: I think the idea has finally found its winner, and all it took was inspiration from a certain iconic NES game. Anyway, I give you a field for Rice... And in my world, the Noles bring back the white endzones...I was on the fence considering whether to have the feather on the spear or not. Finally for now, los Jefes...I have some faint memories of Arrowhead's old turf field, and also used the spear stripes from one of my older concepts in the endzones. I'll note: the original versions of my fields/boards feature grid lines, which I intend to either leave off or severely lighten for the concept versions I'll be posting here. The All-Pro fields I'll be posting, however, will be in the checkered form I intend to print them in (and I've made CFL and Arena versions as well, which I'll post later).
  4. So, with the Rams using alternate fields for their throwbacks/Color Rush, that inspired me to make these alternate fields. Rams and Vikings:
  5. So while browsing the interwebs this morning I discovered the news that the US Airways Center in Phoenix has been renamed the Talking Stick Resort Arena. Ugh. That got me thinking ... what are some HORRIBLE names you've come across for stadiums and arenas. I'm talking mainly here in the US and Canada. But, the big leagues, minor leagues, etc. Ones that stand out as DUMB off the top of my head are ... Talking Stick Resort Arena; PhoenixEnergySolutions Arena; Salt Lake CitySAP Center at San JoseO.co Coliseum; OaklandGlobe Life Park at ArlingtonMinute Maid Park; HoustonUniversity of Phoenix Stadium; GlendaleEverBank Field; JacksonvilleBefore the name change Jobing.com Arena was just as horrid as some of these. What else would you add to this list?
  6. Links to each post Fields can also be found at The Gridiron Fields Database - a part of The Gridiron Uniforms Database 2014 Fields 2015 Fields The purpose of this thread is to recreate all of the current fields in the NFL. Like the Super Bowl Field Database I'm drawing inspiration for this thread from kodrinsky's NBA court database, which is a really well done thread, because kodrinsky pays attention to even the smallest details, which I appreciate. I have mentioned in some of my past threads that I have been building a football simulation over the past few years to help me get better at my programming. In the simulation I want to have the the most up to date and accurate fields, so I'm posting the fields on this site to get feedback and make sure I'm getting everything 100% correct. With these fields I will say though that I will not be adding in details like the NFL kickoff, or thanksgiving logos, or the breast cancer awareness logos because I would then need to make 10 or more fields for some teams. So the fields will be a conglomerate of what would be expected to see on a normal Sunday game, and for some teams I will have to do multiple fields. For instance, the Steelers have two different styles during the year because the Pitt Panthers share Heinz field during the college season. Also as part of the simulation I need the playoff fields for each team, which in some cases the fields are different than the regular season fields, like Seattle who paints their endzones for the playoffs. I don't plan on going in any particular order for these fields, its just based on which ones I feel like doing, and so often on these boards I see people go in alphabetical order, so this will change things up a bit. Just some final notes, I am working with paint here and to get the detail I want I'm working with a high resolution, so what I'm posting here isn't the full size. So if anyone wants the full size fields or templates, send me your email in a personal message and I can get them to you. I'll start off with Pittsburgh's field during the college football season: For each field I will also post the on-field logos in more detail, like in the Super Bowl Field Database to make things easier to see.
  7. So I was thinking about how the Giants and Jets play each other every 4 years, and how one team is designated as the "home" team. I decided to make a neutral site game called the "MetLife Bowl". So thanks to Pitt6pack providing fields for everyone, I was able to crop in a Jets endzone to the Giants field and put in two MetLife Bowl logos. Here you go:
  8. How many of you have the same fascination that I have with logos behind the plate or along the baselines? Maybe it's because rinks, courts, and football fields tend to get more attention for their designs, I am especially interested when baseball teams do anything along those lines, even with grass patterns. Maybe it's also the sacredness of the diamond that makes it more intriguing when you see logos or designs on a baseball field. For some reason I like how the Angels logo looks behind home plate... ...although perhaps some of you prefer what has been the norm at Yankee Stadium or Dodger Stadium, with their white cap logos behind the plate. Do you prefer an unspoiled baseball field or are there any designs over the years, at any level, that you have a liking for? How about the rising popularity of mound logos?
  9. Links to each full size template: NFL - paint friendly: http://cisprod.clarion.edu/~s_arsnelick/NFLFIELD/field.html !!! Warning !!! I updated the templates for the paint version of the NFL field to correct the number size and hash size. That change has not been reflected in the Photoshop version. I don't have Photoshop, so anyone who wants to update the .PSD file with the current template, send me a PM. NFL - textured .PNG file: http://cisprod.clarion.edu/~s_arsnelick/NFLFIELD/ps_field.html NFL - textured .PSD file: see .PSD below. NCAA - paint friendly: http://smg.photobucket.com/user/John1701e/media/ncaalarge.png.html NCAA - textured: see .PSD below. High School - paint friendly: http://smg.photobucket.com/user/John1701e/media/HighSchoollarge.png.html High School - textured: see .PSD below. Arena (straight endzones) - paint friendly: http://www.mediafire...Arena_Blank.png Arena (curved endzones) - paint friendly: http://www.mediafire...ena_Rounded.png .PSD files for both arena fields: see .PSD below. .PSD including the NFL, NCAA, High School, and 2 AFL fields all in the same file: http://www.mediafire.com/download/puhx49ok0ma4qcb/Football+Field1.psd I've always had a hard time finding a large paint-friendly NFL field template that was to scale, so I made one. The field is 9376 x 5728 pixels, which is to a scale of 1px=.5inches. So a line width of 4in on an NFL field works out to be 8px on the template. I also added a feature that allows for easy fill around numbers by making the inside white and an outside border rgb 250x250x250 so that from a distance the numbers look all white, but they can have an easy border fill. Also the grass is different colors between each yard line allowing for an easy fill for differently shaded grass. Here is a link to a post with an example of multiple grass shades: http://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/99132-nfl-field-template-completed/?p=2259231 There is also a textured version for photoshop (texture provided by DarthBrooks) !!!Warning!!! The current .PSD version is not to scale Credits: NFL - paint friendly: pitt6pack and SFCOM1 NFL - textured .PNG: Texture provided by and implemented by Darth Brooks and mgdmhl NFL - textured .PSD: Texture provided by Darth Brooks, implemented by mgdmhl NCAA - paint friendly: SFCOM1 NCAA - textured: Texture provided by Darth Brooks, implemented by mgdmhl High School - paint friendly: SFCOM1 High School - textured: Texture provided by Darth Brooks, implemented by mgdmhl Arena (straight endzones) - paint friendly: SFCOM1 Arena (curved endzones) - paint friendly: SFCOM1
  10. Hey guys, I decided to make some NBA courts. I hope you like it, more to follow! Memphis Grizzlies: