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Everything posted by fouhy12

  1. Context clues have never been my strength
  2. I wasn't sure if your comment was NFL specific or about football aesthetics in general, hence mentioning college teams. And I think just about everything about a uniform looking good is qualified on other parts of the uniform looking good, good design brings them all together. My point was that, to me, the solid black pants aren't necessarily the problem with Baltimore's uniform. Black pants over black socks looks bad, but a different color pants over black socks or black pants over white socks are both good looking solutions to the problem in my eyes.
  3. This game tonight is gorgeous. I have some minor gripes with the socks (I'd prefer white striped ones for New Orleans and red for Tampa), but this is still a really solid looking game.
  4. In college, teams like Michigan and Notre Dame look good. In the NFL, I personally don't mind Baltimore's black pants without stripes, as long as the socks are contrasting.
  5. Those Chargers uniforms are close, but not quite it. There's too much white. Ideally, I think the numbers would be just plain yellow and the helmet would be navy blue.
  6. Is it just me, or does the orange on Clemson's pants not match the orange on the helmet or jersey at all? Maybe the lack of purple next to it is messing with my eyes.
  7. This is a very good looking early afternoon slot. Every team is wearing one of their better combos. Jets/Chiefs looks awesome. Great colors. Raiders/Browns is classic. Rams and Dolphins both wearing their best sets. Titans in white pants. Some of the Patriots' players are wearing their socks like this and it looks great.
  8. Exactly. If I ran the NFL, teams would not be allowed to wear alternate uniforms or white at home against the opposite conference.
  9. I can't believe I'm saying this, but Tennessee's uniforms are growing on me. Drop the armpit stain, make the shoulder sword one color instead of two, and add contrasting socks and these are decent uniforms. Navy/Columbia/Navy/Columbia would work well for them.
  10. Any chance we can get a Jeff Gordon one?
  11. It seems like every brand is going single color and sans serif fonts for their brandings these days. It's too safe and even boring at a certain point. I like the look, but I think we're getting close to the point where design shifts back the other way. You can't stand out in the marketplace by doing the same thing everyone else does. At some point, some company will bring back a gradient or complex color scheme or different font and things will trend in that direction.
  12. (9/32) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Not a lot of changes here! Tampa just about nailed it with the rebrand. I changed the socks to red for the home and road uniforms, and made them black for the all-pewter alternate. The sleeve logo on the white jersey has been changed to the red version. I also added some black to the pewter alternates. That's about it. The new uniforms look amazing on the field. Trying out a new format here. Let me know what you think!
  13. I like the matte fabrics Nike uses for the most part. They give teams very consistent and rich colors. I hated the green the Eagles use until the new fabrics really breathed some new life into it and made it brighter. Likewise, I like how how the pewter pants look for Tampa. I wasn't a fan of the sheen fabrics. Even the new pewter jersey looks good. Also, Tampa should use red socks.
  14. This is what football should look like. It's got that late afternoon sun, too. Perfection.
  15. The Bucs never need to change their uniforms again. My only change would be red socks instead of black ones, I think that would look better.
  16. I don't love every concept in this thread, but every one is creative and incredibly well designed. Huge props to you @Brave-Bird 08, I'm never disappointed by your work. After reading through these, I need to up my game. Looking forward to the rest of the league.
  17. I think white over brown is probably the worst road set, but it's still a good-looking uniform. All three road uniforms look very good and I'm fine with them rotating through all of them.
  18. I don't understand why they're waiting so long to wear the red jerseys. That uniform is the best of the set.
  19. Well done, this is a really interesting series!
  20. I'll try that combo for Jacksonville! I've actually started and stopped on the Saints a couple times. I have an idea in my head, but I haven't found the way I want it to work yet.
  21. (8/32) - Arizona Cardinals Let's take a trip to the desert! Arizona's current uniforms were bad when they were unveiled, and age has done them no favors. From a helmet that doesn't fit with the set to the piping on the jersey and pants and the shoulder yoke on the white jersey, this set is a train wreck. Then, I saw the way Kyler Murray was wearing his uniform and got an idea. Ignoring the details of the uniforms, this color combination works well. While non-traditional, white-red-red-white is distinctive and creates a strong brand for the Cardinals. With that as my starting point, I got to work. I eliminated black from the color scheme, replacing it instead with a darker red. Grey is added to the palette as well. The sleeves feature the pattern from the Arizona flag as a sublimated pattern. In it's entirety, this concept breaks from tradition without straying too far. These Cardinals are instantly recognizable, but with a unique palette and design. Home Road Home Alt 1 Home Alt 2
  22. @Magic Dynasty Those are actually all little things I'd been tweaking before posting because I couldn't figure out which way to go. I like the idea of a red-navy-red stripe on the silver pants but navy created a better contrast so I went in that direction. I'm definitely willing to make that change, but I didn't like it as much as I expected. When it comes to adding the smaller stripe on the pants, should I go grey, which would match the pants, or white? I agree on the collar, I can change that. Thanks for the comments! @Roshango I like those! I'm just always partial to keeping the grey since the Bills use red, white, and blue in the same division. It's also been part of their identity for 27 years now, so I'd say it's a key part of their brand now and a big way they differentiate themselves from the other red and blue teams.
  23. I appreciate the feedback! (7/32) New England Patriots While the uniforms New England wore for the last two decades were far from perfect, they created a brand that was strong and distinctive despite using a common color palette. The new set builds off that brand (logo, helmet, colors) while bringing back elements from the past (shoulder stripes, block font). However, the lack of grey pants and white socks are the two obvious missing elements in a rebranding that came close but missed the mark by a little. Although I like the monochrome navy uniform, navy over grey and white over navy have been the distinctive looks for the Patriots since 2000 and are synonymous with the success of the franchise. The team's history of wearing silver-blue-silver at home dates back to 1993. With my tweaks, New England returns to these looks as the primary home and road uniforms while making small tweaks to create consistency and cohesiveness throughout the design. Here's what I changed: - Grey trim returns to the collar of both uniforms. - The logo on the sleeve has been replaced by TV numbers. - A small grey stripe is added on the shoulder between the middle and outside stripes. - Grey pants are added. - White socks are added. These changes create a better color balance between red and grey throughout the uniforms and ensure that the silver helmet does not stand out from the rest of the set. The TV numbers also replace a redundant logo and serve a function for fans and broadcasters. The grey stroke in the stripe mirrors the grey inner stroke on the numbers on both jerseys. Home Road Home Alt Road Alt As always, I encourage any critiques and I love feedback!
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