LeeTraylor

Members
  • Content Count

    274
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

129 Utility Player

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    East Texas

Recent Profile Visitors

3,272 profile views
  1. Great looking logo and a great looking update. I'd personally go with either top left or bottom right. In my opinion the bottom left (black/red) evokes too much of the Toronto Raptors' current identity with a white and red roundel on a black background. I really like the new color set of the top right, but I think it's a little too close to the OKC Thunder identity with navy, sky blue, and orange. Always been a fan of the "McDonald's" era Rockets identity, but it's hard to argue with the boldness provided by the contrast in the top left logo. I'd love to see a few uniform mockups in each colorway to get an idea of how they'd look in action.
  2. Been playing around with a few different secondary logos for the Cleveland Browns. Several of these reference the shape of the state of Ohio, such as the kind of retro-funky one shown here.
  3. This very well may be the case. I might have to revisit one of them or come up with some alternatives for each franchise.
  4. I'm not sure if you are just promoting your own design or stating that I stole your design. Your link goes to a Photoshop of Odell Beckham, Jr. in the current Browns uniform set.
  5. Threw together a quick away version.
  6. Now that everyone agrees the Browns are the best football team ever assembled, I think it's high time they burned their embarrassment of a uniform and went back to what the Browns are supposed to be - clean, classic, and simple. As such, here's a uni-swap with Odell Beckham, Jr. into a concept Browns uniform that heavily features the triple stripe made by the helmet shell and helmet stripe. And not much else. As it should be.
  7. I agree with you that the logo has some issues - I'm not completely sold on it, either. The swoosh at the top is meant to be where its fin is breaking the surface of the water. As for the coloring, I used the images below as references. I agree that it doesn't work as well on a dark background.
  8. And the final team design, the Los Angeles Sharks: