Moser316

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  1. Home kit looks a bit busy, but that's my only critique. The crest and change kit are absolutely spot on, love how the pattern you have for the home shirt translates to the away shirt (so much so, that I think it stands on its own merits). Nice work!
  2. Your swinging Owgust fixes the problem that I always had with the 1970-77 Owgust: the 1970-77 one is too diagonal, yours is much more orthogonal. That alone makes this a great concept, the rest is just icing on the cake. Great work!
  3. Much better, and I think it looks different enough from the Whalers to stand on its own.
  4. Honestly, I'd get rid of the cream. This concept stands on its own merits without it.
  5. I'm curious as to how the Eagles would look with a gray background, the Seahawks with a neon green background, and the Chargers with a powder blue background. These are great, it's an idea I've been kicking around in my head for a while now, thanks for sharing this!
  6. Couple of critiques: The logos are pretty decent, the only thing I would change is the color of the circle from white to red on the logo on the left (and get rid of the thin black outlines that go with it). It would be a good nod to the Selanne/Tkachuk/Essensa era Jets teams of the first half of the 1990s. The jerseys make absolutely no sense whatsoever. There is no cohesion with colors or striping in relation to the rest of the set. Are you presenting this as a black team or a red team? I'd get rid of the BFBS jersey and stick to the red/white/blue/gray color palette of the one on the right.
  7. ''Tis the nature of compromise, nobody ends up happy with the solution ?
  8. Love the kit, but I feel the need to make a minor correction. Duluth Trading Company was started in Duluth, but is now based out of Mount Horeb, Wisconsin (corporate office) and Belleville, Wisconsin (factory). My wife does a lot of freelance work for them as a graphic designer, so I am very well familiar with the company. Aside from that, great series so far! Everything has been well done and presentation looks great!
  9. Interesting idea! If you're taking requests, I'd love to see the Bernie Sanders and Rand Paul campaign logos made into uniforms.
  10. One note about Milwaukee: The Packers are lumped in with the Milwaukee TV market as secondary to the Green Bay-Appleton market. This was done because the Packers played three regular season games a year in Milwaukee until after the 1994 season, when these games were moved to Green Bay as part of the Gold package (for the displaced Milwaukee season ticket-holders). When TV blackout rules were still in effect, they were retained for Milwaukee TV stations because of the Gold package. That and the Packers flagship radio station broadcasts out of Milwaukee instead of Green Bay. At least that's my understanding of it. Either way, I just saved you a concept
  11. This uniform is brought to you by the United Steelworkers of America Keep reaching for that rainbow!
  12. Moser316

    IHL 2017

    Saginaw Gears, as Flint was the Generals for most of their IHL existence (tied in with the fact that GM had a huge presence in their city back then)
  13. I was going to add La Bombonera to my original post, but it wouldn't let me edit:
  14. I see you're blending at least two eras of the Polo Grounds for this one, your designs have been very similar to how British football stadia were developed over their lifespans. It works to great effect here, the two eras actually meld together pretty well.