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jdp last won the day on June 2 2014

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  1. Do we need to include the home and away kits in any capacity--even something as simple as how Wikipedia displays kits on a team page? It'd be more as a reference to the voter. EDIT: I realize that would be a lot to do for a submission, but also thought it might be worth a look at the home and away.
  2. Logged in for the first time in ~2 years just for Logolympiad. G = 8 S = 5 B = 7
  3. "...the Cubs set with light blue." -- Completely agree. I'd give that a try.
  4. Clearly, I am still the only one who prefers the narrower A. And yeah, I've seen the pencil since the beginning, actually. But flattening the bottom of the crossbar of the A helped remove some of that. At least to me. For #3, any thoughts on adding "ARSL or "APEX" in the green space?
  5. Revisions. 1 - Same stroke weights 2 & 3 - within a shield, same stroke weights I'm still leaning toward more of an A (2 in the revision, 1 in the original post). There's almost too much green/white space in the other A.
  6. You know, I don't think I tried a shield on this A design. Had plenty of shield concepts, just not with this. I'll give it a shot. Thanks.
  7. I was just looking at this again, and noticed that the secondary shield for Chicago is already within the primary. Very nicely done. I do have to ask, though, what is the 't' in blacktop signifying? Roots?
  8. Kind of what I was thinking. Although I haven't tried this yet, I envision losing a bit of the A. But I'll see how it looks. Thanks.
  9. The prospect of Disney fully owning and operating a soccer team frightens me to no end. They'd probably have a different kit every game, each being designed after a Disney prince or something; might as well be wearing costumes. That said, your approach and kits look good, especially the away. For Capitol Hill, I think you could get away with just the outline of the Capitol Building. That shape is pretty distinct, plus, getting rid of the interior design/columns would allow the DC stripes and stars to stand out more. Charleston looks great. Chesapeake is a little busy for my tastes. Neptune on the away kit doesn't work for me. Maybe try just a trident.
  10. If you'd like to keep the jerseys distinct, you might consider raglan sleeves. Or perhaps a cap sleeve. Otherwise, I'm digging the logo and jersey designs so far.
  11. I'm not sure what this says about me and my opinions on this forum, but, apparently, I may be the only person who prefers this Coyotes roundel to anything they've had before.
  12. These are good (Boston and AZ, especially, in that order), but there are a few things to note: The team crest would be a bit smaller and a little higher on the chest, about halfway between the collarbone and nipple. This would allow for the sponsor logo to move up even more. All the socks are the same. If nothing else, you could add the team's classic striping at the cuff or in the middle of the shin. The shorts are all monochromatic, too. Not that soccer shorts ever get much more creative than vertical stripes on the hips, but I think it could help differentiate some of your kits.
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