philhiney

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  1. Yep, totally agree, but it just feels wrong trying to win a competition because you have more friends. In fairness to the design that won, it was the overwhelming favourite on the fans Facebook page. I actually had a design that got rejecting that I much preferred to the one they chose. This is much closer to my usual style of design.
  2. Winner has been announced. Unfortunately I didn't win, but for those wondering, my design was the design A. Fun project to get involved in and learned a lot in the process. https://www.bwfc.co.uk/news/2017/may/logo-competition-winner-announced/
  3. I see your point, but my first ever design job was working for Reebok in that stadium, helping design BWFC sportswear. 10 years later I am earning a living doing what I love, in someway thanks to BWFC. I consider working on a Bolton Wanderers design as a little throwback to my youth, so was happy to work on it for free. No one is making anyone enter this competition and it gives people the chance to work on something they never would normally have. Also the prize for the winner comes to over £600 which isn't a bad pay off.
  4. Not sure if this is the right place, but Bolton Wanderers (UK soccer team) have been running a logo competition and my design has been shortlisted. I have attached the designs below, I would love to hear everyones thoughts on all the logos. Please see the link below if you would like to vote. https://www.bwfc.co.uk/news/2017/may/logo-competition-shortlist-announced/
  5. Couldn't agree with this more. Love the negative space "S".
  6. You are correct, as I found this out when researching Mustangs, but I used a little bit of creative license. Also Newmarket is a very famous horse racing Town, so I'll say the horseshoe represents the racecourse (I also didn't come up with the team name )
  7. I've had a bit of a play around and I think I'm finally happy. Thank you for everyones suggestions, really useful stuff. Will try and put together a kit and a helmet when I get chance.
  8. Thank you everyone for your feedback it is really appreciated! I will get to work on all of your suggestions and hopefully strike a balance that please everyone.
  9. Hello, I've been working on this design for quite a while and come up with a few different options. The trouble is I have no idea which one to go forward with? Would love to hear everyones feedback on the design they prefer and hopefully why that is (so that it will help in the future). Also love to hear any feedback on how to improve the logo in general. All feedback is very much appreciated!!! Thanks Phil FFD
  10. Never noticed the M issue and probably never would. Will bear this in mind next time. I hate those bombs, but out of all the designs, this is the one the league liked the most so I didn't want to change it.
  11. I have no idea, i'm pretty sure there has never been a coyote in Canterbury.
  12. The Invicta Flag Football League is a British league, that has recently been set up, and I have designed the logos for it. There are 6 teams in total, with rumours of a few more to be joining soon. I have already posted a few logos on this site for advice but I thought it would be good to show all the designs in one place. These designs are all finalised, but I still welcome C&C. I am pretty happy with them all (except the air raiders one - the team requested footballs as bombs which I didn't like designing). If I have some spare time I'll try and design jerseys for each of the teams, but I cannot guarantee it.
  13. This is just perfect. I'm not even going to bother suggesting any improvements.
  14. No idea about jerseys or tshirts. It started off as a small flag game between a few friends, but it's morphed into something bigger with now 5 team league. Planning on posting the logos soon now that they are all completed.
  15. This is very crude as I was on my iphone, and it was meant to be more subtle than this but I think you will get the idea