St Louis Cardinals

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  1. Why not use a photo of him with the white sox and photoshop the pinstripes to be green?
  2. Terrible. I know right ? I wish a hurricane would rip the roof off the trop, maybe some air and sunshine can bring the team some life.Every post you make feels like a natural disaster.Oh i'm a natural alright.......all 12 inches ......... well then.
  3. The stick is in a really awkward place, and the dolphin's hands make it look like it is "using a shake weight" I agree with the others that the tail needs to be sharpened and the dolphins needs to look more aggresive. I would also try to straighten out the mouth because it looks sad right now.
  4. I'm in the process of making a new logo. This is what I have so far. Any Ideas on how I can make this better? I am also having trouble deciding how to color it.
  5. I think top right works the best here.
  6. Is that suppose to be a captain's C? If so, that looks really bad.
  7. Is pink-teal-black a good color combination or would it still be too cluttered? I'll change the wordmark to the current one with some changes. Does anyone have any ideas on how to incorporate the old marlin into the new look, or should I just use the new marlin?
  8. Reds had easiest uniform to make blank. Long wordmarks that stretch across the uniform were difficult for me to erase. Also, what colors do you suggest I take out? The wordmark has the same number of colors that the new wordmark does.
  9. Hey guys, I made this concept for the Florida Marlins. I changed them back to Florida instead of Miami because I felt the overall brand of Florida was better. There would only be one hat, as before, and the pants would have teal piping. ALT HOME ROAD C&C appreciated.
  10. Fantastic concepts! Broncos logo looks a little chubby, but besides that these are all wonderful
  11. i think the eyes need some touching up. They look a little to big. I think pupils would help as well
  12. Found this image online. looks like your facemasks might be off.
  13. Here the logo is with saber like teeth
  14. Hey guys, I made this logo yesterday. I was wondering if anyone can help me improve it. The shading on the back of the neck really bothers me, and the shape of the logo is also pretty odd. The ear is also non aggressive and doesnt fit in with the rest of the logo. Any ways I can improve on this? The colors are also not set in stone, so if anyone has any suggestions I'd be all ears.
  15. The catcher is more then likely sponsored by a company to wear their gear. I know all major leaguers have a selection of free gloves to pick out before spring training.
  16. Having a 5.7 ERA in the seventh inning or later is really gonna get you wins.
  17. The pant stripe looks really messy. other then that, looks good!
  18. Is there a way to make a font out of this? they post all the numbers and letters
  19. i would flip the sleeve stripe for k-state, in real life the stripe would look like it ends awkwardly in the front.
  20. Pants look a little bright. other then that, great work!
  21. Yep. I can't really get into specifics, but there are quite a few marks (cap marks in particular) that won't ever see the light of day as far as throwbacks or throwback merchandise goes due to the MLB not being able to secure trademarks after the fact. Some of the teams in the early days of pro baseball were changing marks and scripts every year, and none (or very few) were ever trademarked. Now that the MLB has recreated all of the marks and scripts (and most patches) digitally, the league had to go back and research each one and see if a trademark could be applied. In some cases, another entity had applied for it, and gotten it. Not much Major League Baseball can do about it now. Just wondering, but what are the restrictions on sharing these marks? If you could share one of these marks, why not all of them? Not complaining, just asking.
  22. I think it is in use because Arizona changed their uniforms and got rid of the gradient.