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  1. Like Rythm or Strings, possibly Rock as a name?
  2. I was once I n00b to concepts. I started (and still work) in Paint. Did I ever use it as an excuse? Did I get all huffy and ragequit on concepts and projects? Nope. Seems you've been here before. Just a guess. I'm not saying who I am but I have been on here before as a guest. I saw that Cody was starting to learn what he should do with his CSSdesigns account. Jaghee's gone for good. Cody seems like a kid who just wants to show that he's capable of finishing a project an proving to you guys that he's not that bad of a person, as he was a kid who didn't get all the quirks of what he was doping and why it was wrong.
  3. I get that the Forum has rules and all, but still these guys didn't look so bad to me. They were newbies to the world of concepts (as I am too) and thought they'd try this site as a place to post them, and they got ridiculed for what? Getting angry, not finishing concepts that they started, work not being good enough,posting too much? What kind of crap is that nowadays? You could have a guy who has issues for all you know and he could be using this as a way to help him cope with the pain.
  4. Seeing this thread has really opened my eyes about ideas for design. Thank you raysox.
  5. What's so worng with a guy making a second account if he's a decent person and proves that he won't make the same mistakes he made before? If you were to give the dude or chick a chance to clean there reputation, we wouldn't have this problem and people could just relax on the boards(Not including trollers or spammers, but people who got banned for not being consistent and causing arguments Ex: Jaghee, Cody21, etc.) PS. Was looking around in the graveyard and saw that these btwo didn't deserve banishment in my eyes.
  6. I wouldn't look for much logic in what the Jets do at this point. Everything I've heard says he's in simply because he's signed for next year. If that's true then Sanchez starting next week has nothing to do with the Jets trying to win. That's simply management not wanting to admit failure on a player. He's done in New York, the Jets just haven't figured that out yet. Best case scenario I think Mark Sanchez can be a solid NFL quarterback for another NFL team. He's never going to be that with the Jets and there's a good chance he won't be that with any other NFL team either. Sanchez is the new Drew Bledsoe. Once he's gone in NY, he'll have a good year with someone like Bledsoe did with the Bills(KC most likely because they'll draft a bust, because the Chiefs are cursed) and then collapse completely. But Drew Bledsoe was a fine QB who took the Patriots to the Super Bowl one year. The Jets reached two ACFCG in spite of Sanchez's wretchedness. Anyone who thinks Drew Bledsoe was a bad QB for the Patriots either is too young to remember or has the Ricky Bobby theory of defining what makes a great QB, which is if your not the best QB in the NFL or a Super Bowl winning QB you suck. He was one of the best QB's in the game with Patriots and I would say has a decent argument for being in the Hall of Fame. Anyone who doesn't think Bledsoe wasn't one of the games all-time best at QB doesn't know what they are talking about. As for Sanchez being rated the top QB of his draft, I could buy that. The guy does have a really good arm and plays in a conference that has probably the best track record of any conference for producing great NFL QB's. Warren Moon, John Elway, Drew Bledsoe, Mark Brunell, Troy Aikman, Carson Palmer, Aaron Rodgers. All Pac-10/12 QB's of recent memory. He's also very well spoken and has a pretty good build for a QB. So you combine all of those things, yeah I think its very easy to see why teams would buy into Mark Sanchez. The biggest downside I heard from scouts believe it or not was that he was from Southern California. And I guarantee you there are alot of people in the NFL that would advise against drafting any QB from Southern California and its pretty easy to why that is fair or unfair. If look at alot of the QB's from Southern California you can make the argument that its been bust city. Matt Leinart, Todd Marinovich, Akili Smith, Dan McGwire, J.P. Losman, Kyle Boller. All QB's that grew up in Southern California, all first round draft picks, all busts. Just something about growing up there does not give you the mentality to play quarterback in the NFL no matter how much talent you may have. That is the mindset that alot of people in the NFL are under right now and Mark Sanchez has not done anything to help change that. And the biggest criticisms isn't anything talent related Its that he can't handle the day to day criticism that any NFL QB comes under. He makes bad decisions. He's not a good leader. And those are all mental problems. I wasn't talking about Bledsoe with the Pat's. I was talking about afterward, when Tom Brady ended his career. That's what this 3rd string guy's gonna do with Tebow out.
  7. Love all of these. Your using MS paint and Paint.NET right? I f you are, can I get a copy of that template? I wanted to make some good looking NFl concepts for a while now.
  8. Meh, that uniform has a couple knocks against it. From a purely design standpoint Pat the Patriot is a terrible logo. If he ever came back in any full time capacity he'd need an update, like what the Dolphins and Cardinals did to their logos. As is Pat's a poorly drawn cartoon character. Secondly, the uniform just looks generic. I'm a fan of classic looks, but these JUST cross the line into generic/boring territory. They look like the uniforms you'd see created for a movie or tv show that featured a football team. The Washington team from the film The Replacements looked a lot like these, for example. Maybe my feeling of "generic not classic" comes from the fact that the Patriots never won anything in these uniforms. They had one Super Bowl appearance in this look, and they amounted to little more then a road bump for the '85 Bears on the way to their coronation. These uniforms represent an era when the team was a joke. It's not a legacy worth remembering, in my opinion. Like the current logo or not, it represents a Patriots dynasty. These just represent the team who's owner had to live in the press box. There's one other reason why I don't like this look. Long time members are probably tired of me talking about it, so I'll put it in spoilers. If you want to read it, go ahead. If you're tired of me yammering about it, just skip it Saw the spoiler. I agree with you on the whole navy agianst red argument. I also love the Pat's new numbers, and yes, Pat Patriot needs an update. Take this template, make it navy, add some silver trim and a navy facemask, use the numbers they have now, update Pat and you have one of the best looks you've ever seen.
  9. I wouldn't look for much logic in what the Jets do at this point. Everything I've heard says he's in simply because he's signed for next year. If that's true then Sanchez starting next week has nothing to do with the Jets trying to win. That's simply management not wanting to admit failure on a player. He's done in New York, the Jets just haven't figured that out yet. Best case scenario I think Mark Sanchez can be a solid NFL quarterback for another NFL team. He's never going to be that with the Jets and there's a good chance he won't be that with any other NFL team either. Sanchez is the new Drew Bledsoe. Once he's gone in NY, he'll have a good year with someone like Bledsoe did with the Bills(KC most likely because they'll draft a bust, because the Chiefs are cursed) and then collapse completely.
  10. Love the pants stripe for the Knights. Started to follow this before I became a member, and I love every team, but my fave is The Bombers. The blue and orange really work in football and I wish a team would use that properly (Sorry Broncs).
  11. BucWarrior

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    Weatherman, The Kings arena is now known as "Sleep Time Arena". Just figured I'd give you a heads up.
  12. Striping's a bit off, but that's solid work J_Marrs_!
  13. Agree with you on New England's, except I preferred the gray mask on their 60s throwbacks. Either way it's a great look with the striping on the shoulders. The Redskins throwback based upon their '65-'71 era worn in 2002 for their 70th anniversary is one of my all-time favorites but I don't agree with you about changing the color on it to their present day burgundy. That shade of claret on that throwback gave them their own unique identity and it would be crazy to change the color of it if that became their permanent throwback or if they brought it back as primary. It's a great and very rare color rather than their common burgundy. Similar to how the Seahawks dropped using their prior blue for generic navy which is a dime a dozen. I liked it alot when Arsenal wore that color in their final season at Highbury back in 2005-2006 ... I saw a photo of the Rams on here and it looked like it had a white outline. It could have been a glare, but either way I must have been mistaken. As a toddler the first NFL team I ever saw at a Bills game after the merger was against the Rams in 1970 and I thought they had the coolest looking helmets with those angular Ram horns. I didn't realized they were painted on until I learned it years later on this very board. I think they should go back to painting them on. With today's technology used on some of Oregon's helmets I would think that should be a piece of cake. I prefer a blue facemask, but that's okay. And Arsenal looked sick that year, which is why I wonder what it would look like on the Skins.