jlog3000

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  1. The font on the Creighton wordmark does surely look like Armada, but a condensed variation (UConn-style) and italic too. So to make it unique, it's mostly custom-modified. And the font on the Abilene Christian wordmark nearly looks like the letters of the 'BC Eagles' font, but a bit modified due to the pointy serifs.
  2. Cool concepts, especially the ones of Idaho. And if you like to, you could use a photo uploading site like Photobucket and put the combinations of each team, so you won't have to put it here (in case anyone wants to ask more of those, like me). Anyways, keep working hard. And looking forward to the AAC schools' concepts from you.
  3. Your SJSU Spartans concept looks very unique in terms of design, while keeping some traditional looks as well. Oh, I wonder if you could tweak a bit, but using this font (or something close) for its numbers and letters: P.S.: Or how about trying to put this uniform design on the Nike Elite Template?:
  4. No disrespect, but I've sent you a PM explaining my reason.
  5. Thanks, that's all I ask. By the way, are both of these fonts available for download or such? Tried searching them, but to no avail yet.
  6. Thanks for answering on Pic B for the font of my Colorado Buffaloes basketball jersey guess. Maybe you know the closest font for the old Cincy uniforms from their C-USA days that I made a few posts ago.
  7. Pic A - The numbers looks like UConn-esqu (in a condensed variation). Pic B - Agency Gothic font doesn't match, unless if it's the letters on Pic A. And the numbers from the old Cincy football unis?
  8. Can anyone figure out what's the font of those numbers of the old C-USA times Cincinnati jerseys? And how about these ones from the Colorado Buffaloes' non-football sports? a.) b.)
  9. About the Boise St. concept, I like the helmet logo design. But I mostly admire the number font (not sure if it's on Conrad's font list yet). And the logo design on the sleeves make the uniform look more unique in some perspective. Anyways, great job!
  10. Thanks. I believe that was the best font for NC State basketball (and it should be for NC State football, especially on its Atlanta Falcons-style jerseys in 2004 & 2005. How about these numerals on the old Cincinnati Bearcats uniforms back in their old C-USA days? a.) as of 2000 b.) as of 1999 c.) as of 2003 or d.) as of 2001 or
  11. Aww, that sucks. But anyways, is that font also part of Conrad's font collection? Oh, by the way, anyone can guess this type of font on the early 2000's N.C. State basketball jersey?
  12. Only JUST an Adidas font? Like it doesn't have a specific name nor any font similar to it?
  13. CSU-Sacremento wants to have a word with you Oops! My bad. I almost forgot about them. I thought Sacramento State are in issues of having its football program to be endangeredly extinct. But thanks for sharing it. On the other hand, Morris Brown College and Northeastern Illinois University at one point sponsored an athletic program until the became defunct in 2003 and 1997 respectively. A sample of Morris Brown football (1940's), back in the their times at the NAIA now D-II SIAA: A sample of Northeastern Illinois baseball (1990's), back in the their times at the Summit League:
  14. It's sad to see one of the greatest and most traditional sports programs in D-II football history like those of Nebraska-Omaha. Several conference titles in the defunct D-II North Central Conference (1983–1984, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2004–2007), where also ALL 4 Dakota schools played at one time as well; as well as UNO wrestling with several national titles (991, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2011, its final season). To me, that was not a smart move to drop these sports while moving to D-I and the Summit League. For football, the Mavs would play in the MVFC, while for wrestling, they would be D-I Independents. Many Cal schools had dropped football until the mid-90's such as those you mention, which led the Big West (of D-I) and the CCAA (of D-II) to drop that sport. UC-Santa Barbara also at one point had football, until it was defunct in the late 80's or early 90's: Only Humboldt St (a CCAA member) is the only D-II and non-FBS Cal school to sponsor that sport (currently playing as an affiliate of the GNAC, which ironically was a former full member of that said conference); while Cal Poly, UC-Davis & San Diego are the only D-I schools to sponsor football in the FCS level (the last one in the PFL, non-scholarship). And although I couldn't find any pics as proof yet, but UALR also once sponsored football (back then as Little Rock Junior College), where they had prime of success in the junior college level.
  15. Not yet, and I swear that I seen that font before by that 'W' on then 2nd pic with Windsor, one of those CZW poster promo videos, which I'll try to find a pic and screencap it. Anyways, anyone know any font that's similar to the following photos?: Would appreciate it.
  16. The Pitt jersey concept looks amazing. But if it was me, I would prefer the number font that they once had back from 1997 to 2003. Hope to see some gold pants and a possible navy helmet too. Anyways, great job. BTW, what's the font on the PITT wordmark on that helmet?
  17. Will look forward to that. Good luck in advance. And will there be jersey concepts of teams who don't sponsor football (a.k.a. D-I non-football) on your part? Hmmm maybe, btw I'm about done with the Sun Belt I noticed the topic changes. It's upto you. Keep working hard!
  18. Will look forward to that. Good luck in advance. And will there be jersey concepts of teams who don't sponsor football (a.k.a. D-I non-football) on your part?
  19. I believe that I used the Seattle Seahawks font for these uniforms I knew it looked familiar. Thanks for letting me know. By the way, is there a font similar to it? Anyways, cool stripe sleeves, nearly shades of the Cincinnati Bengals' sleeves. There is a ton of Modernized Block numbers out there I cant name all of them, its kinda lazy on my part to use the seahawks font but i didnt really think it would be such a huge deal No disrespect to the traditional block number font, but I personally like the modern fonts that are used on most sports jerseys as of now. Speaking of Modernized block fonts, the Virgina Tech number font from 2008 was a true example! I think it's known as Blacksburg Bold font, which was a legit font (in my opinion, it should had stayed in VT). But the only traditional block font I can admire most is the one that was used on the 1997-2012 Miami Dolphins uniform set (I think it's ITC Machine Bold or a modified version of Pro Block).
  20. I believe that I used the Seattle Seahawks font for these uniforms I knew it looked familiar. Thanks for letting me know. By the way, is there a font similar to it? Anyways, cool stripe sleeves, nearly shades of the Cincinnati Bengals' sleeves.
  21. Excellent job on the Georgia State uniforms. Plus, cool number font, which I wanna curiously know what it is or what's it based on.
  22. Much better! Plus, cool look on the National Guard pants too. Now the N.G. uniform sets look powerful. So which Sun Belt team is next in line? Looking forward to see them. Keep it up!
  23. Yup, that's definitelt 4th and Inches (a.k.a. the Georgia Tech athletics font) on the left pic. But mgdmhl also stated the type of font on the right pic as well.
  24. Cool look for Georgia Southern, especially with the National Guard alternates. But I also wanna see the following combos based on this formula (helmet-jersey-pants):navy-navy-navy; white-navy-navy; navy-white-navy; white-white-navy; NGnavy-NGnavy-NGnavy; NGnavy-NGwhite-NGnavy.
  25. Speaking of the Southern Miss fonts (like you mentioned which they are on pages 9 & 10), what are the official names of the primary & secondary fonts & its numbers? And is there any other fonts that close to them?