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Redesigning the Alps Hockey League ( Sterzing-Vipiteno Broncos 13/17)

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You killed most of these!  The gear logo is perfect.  In your redesign, do the teams do away with sponsors?  If not, they will destroy your hard work.

 

Also, does Red Bull sponsor at least one of every sport on the planet?

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3 hours ago, n312rb said:

does Red Bull sponsor at least one of every sport on the planet?

Definitely, also in sports you don't even know exist ? and especially in Austria since they are based there.

 

3 hours ago, n312rb said:

In your redesign, do the teams do away with sponsors?  If not, they will destroy your hard work.

The only kind of ads I can barely tolerate are soccer kits ads. Those can be nice if they fit the color right, like Jeep for Juventus or Chevrolet for Man U. But every other sport uniform usually looks totally off with ads on. For this reason I put ads only on soccer or rugby concepts.

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HC Pustertal-Val Pusteria

Full name: Hockey Club Pustertal-Val Pusteria 

Nickname: I Lupi (the wolves)

Home: Stadio Rienza, Brunico-Bruneck

Founding: 1954

Championships: -

 

Old  logo and jersey

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My concept

As I found that the mascot jersey was pretty nice, I designed my concept around it, with a dougle gray stripe band. The logo is now a proper wolf and the black circle underneath should reimnd of a puck. The double naming of the team comes frome the fact that in this region of Italy german is spoken as well as italian is, so Pustertal is the german translation of Val Pusteria, as Bruneck is the german name of the town of Brunico.

 

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The grey is too dark next too the black, and it’ll be too light for the road numbers...

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20 hours ago, chcarlson23 said:

The grey is too dark next too the black, and it’ll be too light for the road numbers...

 

I've now toned down the gray a bit. On the wolf logo it looks certainly better, though, not so sure on the jersey .

 

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EK Zell am See

Full name: Eishockey Klub Zell am See 

Nickname: Eisbären (ice bears)

Home: Eishalle, Zell am See

Founding: 1928

Championships: 6 austrian titles

 

Old logos and jerseys

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My concept

I stayed with the traditional colors of  yellow and blue and partly used the old logos, using the same bear face silhouette, with some feature reworking. The split jersey is an attempt to modernise the look of the team, but also to differentiate it from all the others AHL teams.

 

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I think it looks good, the yellow seems a little too bright though, almost highlighter yellow, if you darken that to more of an athletic yellow it would be much better IMO.

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I love European minor hockey and I love this series. Although there's a lot to improve, especially logo wise, it's still a great series. Keep 'em coming and keep getting better.

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14 hours ago, Section30 said:

the yellow seems a little too bright though, almost highlighter yellow

I must have problems with the pc screen colors, as the yellow I used was a bright one, but nowhere close to volt yellow. As this problem surfaced in previous concepts I should definitely fix the issue. Meanwhile, I changed the yellow to a darker tone.

 

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I discovered I had some screen lighting completely set wrong. From now on the issue should be fixed.

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For logos, you did a great job with Rittner Buam (huge improvement, good color change), Jesenice (well-executed idea), and Kitzbuhel (really classy logo, with a great color scheme! My favorite so far).

Not feeling Asiago's logo (a slight downgrade from the clean lion silhouette logo), KAC (as clunkly as the original, I feel), and Pusteria (the wolf's head is kinda undefined, and the text is illegible on the roundel).

EKZ's logo is a bit plain, but alright.

 

For uniforms, Rittner Buam is a huge upgrade (the curved striping is cool), as is Lustenau, Jesenice (love the shoulder gears!), and Kitzbuhel.

Asiago's patterned striping is awesome but the color balancing needs some work.

Fassa still looks good but both the logo and uniforms are a slight downgrade*, as I liked the colors in the wings and the chest stripe. Same with Cortina: the logo is better but the font is worse, and their current gradient jersey is really cool*.

 

Overall, good work, and big improvements from the originals. Thank you for removing all the jersey ads; that really gives the teams some character.

 

*if you ignore all the ads on the originals.

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On 10/25/2018 at 10:37 AM, Pulv! said:

I must have problems with the pc screen colors, as the yellow I used was a bright one, but nowhere close to volt yellow. As this problem surfaced in previous concepts I should definitely fix the issue. Meanwhile, I changed the yellow to a darker tone.

 

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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:

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Based on some of the feeback provided, I decided to rework some concepts posted here. 

 

For Cortina I changed the font and the color of the shoulder stars.

 

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For the Icebears I decided to add some color strokes on the face to underline the bear facial features. The kabuki style bear is what I ended up with and I don't dislike it.

 

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For Asiago I redesigned a bit the lion head, adding some orange-yellow to the logo. On the away jersey I changed  the numbers color and outline to make them pop out a bit more.

 

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Sterzing-Vipiteno Broncos

Full name: Wintersportverein Sterzing Vipiteno Broncos (winter sports team Sterzing-Vipiteno Broncos)

Nickname: Broncos

Home: Weihenstephan Arena, Sterzing-Vipiteno

Founding: 1948

Championships: 3 italian second tier titles

 

Old logo and jerseys

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My concept

I used a slightly adjusted version of their new logo. The jersey also follows the same style, with a shoulder yoke. The two color stripes of the jerseys are taken from the original logo mascot eye coloring.

 

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Font fixing for the Broncos.

 

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