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  1. Los Angeles Rams Uni Concepts

    So, I have been a Rams fan since childhood, and while i drifted away after the 2000 uniform change debacle, I thought with the new stadium and uniform change imminent, that I would post what I have been playing with for a while. Horn on helmet have shading (block, not drop shadow) to give depth. I didn't want to really change the horn, but update it gently. Numbers are throwback, but not standard block number types. My favorite look is the Royal and Gold so I went that avenue Navy/White as well as Royal/White as it appears they are leaning towards losing Gold altogether. As always C&C welcome
  2. 2017-2018 NFL Concepts

    Imgur Album Links: Saints Steelers Cowboys Chargers Rams Falcons Packers Jaguars Patriots Eagles With the NFL Playoffs starting today, I decided to mock up some ideas I had for a three NFL Teams: the Saints, Steelers, and Cowboys. I loved the color rush uniforms for both the Saints and Steelers; ideas from both are implemented in these concepts. For the Saints, the concept basically is their color rush; there is no reason they shouldn't adopt that look full time. I simplified their helmet logo a bit and brought back the Louisiana state outline logo as a chest patch. In addition to the white jerseys taken from the color rush set, the concept includes a black jersey with gold-white-gold-white-gold stripes as well as a gold jersey with b-w-b-w-b stripes. An alternate white helmet idea is also shown; it would only be used if the NFL were to lift the one helmet rule, obviously.
  3. I'm a few weeks late to the party but oh well, at least I showed up. Anyways, I like the idea behind the Color Rush games, but think the exection is a few pennies short of a dollar. So basically, I'll take a matchup and make it look all colorful. I'm staying in the lines on this one, meaning I'm working within the Color Rush rules, which unfortunately means I have to obey the one helmet rule. Except the one difference is that regardless of design, every team will be on the Vapor Untouchable template. So starting with the first CR game: Jets vs Bills: So this matchup last year was my personal favorite of the CR games, except for the fact that the colorblind community had a tough time with it. -all blue for the bills, nothing too new except the facemask is blue -jets go all kelly green (the better of the greens) with the striped socks. Don't like blue or green, I have a solution : So we go red vs white. Kind of defeats the idea of "color" rush but we saw what Red vs Green did... -same thing for the bills with a red facemask -also same for the jets, with the white facemask and striped socks. C & C on these, and Houston/New England will be up next.
  4. LA Rams Concept

    This is my concept for the newly-moved LA Rams. I brightened up the team's identity by going back to a traditional yellow instead of gold, and I made this the primary color. The uniform design is a modern take on the throwbacks that are so loved.
  5. LA Rams Concept Logo

    While im a big New England Patriots fan living in Rhode Island all my life its still nice to see that LA has finally got the Rams back where they belong. Here's a little concept I decided to make seeing as how the team will be switching uniforms in the 2019 season.
  6. Yes, I am throwing my hat into the ring with some "Color Rush" jerseys of myself. Since St. Louis and Tampa Bay have wrapped up the reveals for 2015, the first of my concepts will be modifying the actual uniforms to fit the "rules" of my series. First and foremost, and I'm sure most of you can agree with me here, I do not like monochrome. Especially from head neck to toe. That being said, I am going to follow a set of guidelines, or "rules," if you will, that cater to generating aesthetically pleasing uniforms full of color. RULES: 1. No white in the uniforms - Yes, I am going to attempt this series completely void of white, with the exceptions of logos and when working with teams that only use one color and white (i.e. Indianapolis and New York Jets). 2. Color from head to toe - This does include the helmet (See Rule #1). This is a concept series, and, therefore, I do not care about the NFL's "one helmet rule." 3. Colors available for use are colors that the team has worn in the past or present - there will be no new colors generated 4. No modifications to existing logos other than color (i.e. St. Louis Rams, as seen in the first concept) - All 32 teams will be using their current logos. -and most importantly- 5. NO MONOCHROME Well, alright, let's get this thing going. NFL COLOR RUSH #1: ST. LOUIS RAMS I saw a Rams concept on these very boards not too long ago that I really liked. I apologize for not remembering who did it, but I remember commenting on it, so, to whoever it is: credit to you, sir for the inspiration. Honestly, I've had this idea floating around for awhile. Initially I wanted to see how the uniform would look with the horns on the sleeves but my fear of Nike's awkward templates and cuts cutting off the horns led me to change my mind. The idea of the uniform is primarily based upon the Los Angeles Rams' uniforms from the 50's and later for the NFL's 75th anniversary in 1994. I utilized the bold single pant stripe from the L.A.'s 1964-72 blue and white uniforms. The numerals are based off of the current St. Louis Rams' numbers; they're modern yet not over-the-top like some number fonts in the NFL. The helmet is basically what the Rams have worn in both L.A. and during their "Greatest Show on Turf" times in St. Louis. The only exception is the shade of blue, which I have changed to match the royal blue used in the logo and on the pants. Thanks for viewing. Tell me what ya think!