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  1. Good start! The colours work, although they are rather close to Seattle. I'd encourage you to explore other color schemes, like the ones from the city's flag. However, I really feel like the Clydesdales are getting lost on the side. They are magnificent creatures. What I'd like to suggest is to maybe turn this logo into a coat of arms, much like in English football and have the horses beside the crest on each side and have one hoof on the crest to protect it.
  2. Great project, amazing work! So happy that you gave women's soccer a shot.
  3. Why not go all out on Austin and call the team Vampires FC?
  4. I like the colours already. As Brian said, the D is kind of hard to make out for what it is. Mile High Athletic sounds like a great name, but we could make it Denver Athletic so that we can still incorporate the D in some way. Honestly, I think a lot of us agree to sticking with the Red Stars name. x3 For the Orlando Pride, the fountain is quite prominent on the city flag, so you could stick with it, or pay homage to the original OCSC crest and have three lionnesses on it. San Antonio.... Sting? I remembered the Scorpions before the NASL disbanded, which is a shame... I really liked their logo and such. Mayhaps pay homage to that?
  5. The choice in font is better, but I feel like the extra blossoms in the bottom banner are unnecessary. Same with the "DC" at the top. In this case, less is more.
  6. Words cannot describe how I feel about this design. It's just so....
  7. For Washington, Spirit seems quite... vague. Since DC likes the bird motive so much, why not with the state bird of DC? Washington Thrush FC? Chicago Red Stars is alright with me. I really can't think of another name. San Antonio Zorras has a nice ring to it, but wasn't it previously mentioned that there was a team called the Athenians? Maybe we can explore with that. Since the New England Curse already exists, I think NM needs something better. But I think Denver would be a better fit for women's soccer. A rivalry with Utah would be sweet to see. How about the Colorado Vixens? Foxes are clever and cunning by nature, regardless of sex. @Brian in Boston Keep in mind that the logo and such are still just a concept. I get where you come from in terms of what the symbolism would mean to many, but I personally love that we're pushing the boundaries a little and explore with regional history and some creativity.
  8. Love what you did with LA and Sacramento. The only thing I'm not feeling with the Waves logo are the colours. Maybe instead of that dark teal, go back to the navy blue you had earlier?
  9. Nice to see this still up and running. Would you be interested in making a Valour FC banner? Far left: Second from left: Center: Second from right: Right: Where we come from... we are for valour. Thank you!
  10. I LOVE the Royals one! The Queen Bees! Also really like what you did with the Thorns one. The circular vine shape makes the logo stand out a lot better and drives home the team name. It's an excellent upgrade! The Trailblazers one looks awesome, too! I am curious as to what the logo would've looked like with MNUFC colours, but this pallet works really well! An amazing batch of logos!
  11. See below. To be fair, your name suggestions are alright. I do like the "Kicks" and "Kickers" for a team name. However, I'm not on board with the "show girls" theme. It's just too obvious for a place like Vegas and outdated for a women's sports team.
  12. Good start. The colours and the font I can get behind. But you're right, Cadillac would not hesitate to strike it down. Maybe we can give it more of a hot rod/rockabilly theme?
  13. Really like what you did there! The colours work together and I think the elements you used compliment each other well.. Great job! That's even better. Now the crest matches the name even more.