Victormrey

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  1. Let's continue with the Cardinals!

    The Redbirds have one of those few timeless looks in the Majors, but I find their current uniforms a bit bland, specially after having interesting designs throughout the years. That's why I decided to bring back the style they used from 1922 to 1938. Apart from that, I also returned to the Navy Blue caps for the roads, and changed the Sunday alt uniform, designing a new one which features the logo and script from the 20's.

     

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  2. Since my beloved Mariners announced Ichiro is returning, I'm posting Seattle today.

    I decided to use "Emerald City", which is the city's main nickname. Using this as a main colour, I added brown, inspired by the famous coffee industry of coffee shops of the city, and off-white, to create a more balanced look. Also, I added the base of the Space Needle on the sleeves, using its top as cap crown.

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  3. On 25/2/2018 at 7:33 PM, coco1997 said:

    YES!!!!!

     

    One of the best Brew Crew concepts I've seen on this forum! This is pretty much exactly what I want them to do when they hopefully redesign in the near future. I always felt those '90s Germanic wordmarks and numbers were extremely underrated, and they look great in navy and gold and with simplified outlines. That home set is absolutely stunning. And great job @Carolingian Steamroller with the updated BiG logo. Cheers!

     

    On 26/2/2018 at 3:19 AM, Carolingian Steamroller said:

    Looks great! It's amazing how much switching to a single, thick outline clears up the mid-90's brewers script. Combined with the Pilots sleeves it really works. Double bonus for the shade of powder blue on the road!

     

    On 26/2/2018 at 3:22 AM, Carolingian Steamroller said:

    The numbers look great too.

     

    Thank you very much guys!

     

    On 26/2/2018 at 10:15 AM, Carolingian Steamroller said:

    Minor nitpick. Switch the stirrups from four gold stripes to three to match the three gold stripes on each sleeve.

     

    I wanted to keep the 4 stripes from the original uniform, but here's the 3 stripes version:

     

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  4. After such a great turnaround for the Phillies, it's time for Cincinnati, another design inspired by the city flag. This time, I wanted to combine the flag's classy "C" with one of the club's older uniforms, so I decided to use the famous sleeveless jersey. Also, to top off the design, I decided to add the three waves from the flag on the socks.

     

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  5. Another week, another team! Let's continue with the Brewers.

     

    Lots of changes for the Brew Crew:

    • I brought back the 1994/96 wordmarks and logo
    • The only cap logo I used is the classic MB Glove
    • Went for Off-White and Powder Blue as main uniform colours
    • Used the 1970 sleeve and sock trim, inspired the team's first design

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    Credits to @Carolingian Steamroller for letting my use his amazing glove logo and special thanks to @coco1997 for giving me the idea of using the 90's scripts!


  6. On 20/2/2018 at 7:23 PM, marlins2017 said:

    Well done on all of these uniforms! I am a big baseball fan, and I would like for every team to use your designs in real life! For Cincinnati, I would like to see the wordmark that you used on the alt uniforms on the road uniform. Otherwise, it looks great! Also, I would like to see a black alt for the Marlins. I like the black uniform that they have now, and with more teal could be very nice.

     

    Keep up the great work!

     

    Thank you! regarding the Reds, I always prefer to use the city name on the main road uniform, that's why I left the "Reds" script for the alts. As for the Marlins, if I decide to make tweak posts at the end of the series, will add a black jersey for them ;)


  7. On 23/2/2018 at 3:45 PM, AstroBull21 said:

    So you go with the Flag of St Pete for inspiration but, specify the City of Tampa on the jersey, in which the team doesnt play in Tampa (yet)?  Interesting theory, but the execution is good.  I think the hat could be a solid color rather than crazy panels.

     

    My idea was to use St. Petersburg colours, where Tropicana Field is located, but keeping the team's current name.

    As suggested by @coco1997 and using the font named by @itsmb8, here's how the "St. Pete" script looks like:
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    Should I go for it?


  8. On 18/2/2018 at 3:48 PM, coco1997 said:

    The Reds look spectacular! The removal of the black drop shadows, the sleeveless home jersey and the new Old English "C" cap are all great changes and additions. I also really like the new sock stripes; it feels like something Stance would do. The melange fabric effect on the road uniform works really well here, as the Reds are one of the oldest teams in MLB. 

     

    Stoked to see the Brewers next! 

     

    Thank you!

     

    2 hours ago, coco1997 said:

    I just noticed that the headspoon piping is missing from the back of the Reds home jersey. ;)


    Yeah, I forgot it! Thank for pointing it out. Here's the corrected version:

     

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    2 hours ago, Carolingian Steamroller said:

    Are those red buttons on the alternate jersey? If so, I say that's a great idea!

     

    Yes! The uniform draft suggests the original design used red buttons, so I decided to keep them.


  9. Let’s continue with the second team from the NLC, time for the Big Red Machine.

    While I kept the current Reds logos, getting rid of the black shadows, the uniforms have changed, making a combination of eras.

    The home uniform blends the current style with the sleeveless era, while the road remains almost the same, only changing the piping. The Sunday alt is inspired by the 1936 home alt design, and the red alt, to be used both as home and road, is inspired by the current batting practice jersey. For these last two I used the XIXth Century “C” as cap logo.

    All the designs feature pinstriped socks, inspired by the 1956 uniforms.

     

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  10. On 15/2/2018 at 6:50 PM, Carolingian Steamroller said:

    Cubs look great but I find myself wanting a white outline on the "C" with the standing bear. 

     

    I tried to do it, but didn't managed it :mellow: I'll work on it, and if a get a good result, will post it!


  11. 1 hour ago, coco1997 said:

    Man, I'm a White Sox fan and I even I would buy that road alt! It's such a fantastic re-purposing of an underrated wordmark from a really interesting period in the Cubs' uniform history. The all-white set is equally superb and would make for a great Sunday home alt. It manages to look vintage and modern at the same time, which is no small feat. The subtle pinstripes are a great touch.

     

    While you said you made no changes to the home uniform, I should point out you did, by going with standard block numbers over the more rounded numbers the team actually uses. 

     

    I do have one small suggestion: How about replacing the walking bear sleeve logo on the home and road jerseys with the standing bear logo used on the home alt, but making the "C" red?

     

    Keep up the amazing work! 

     

    Thank you very much!

     

    You're right about the numbers, forgot to mention that ;)

     

    About the sleeve logo, I tried out your suggestion:

     

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    What do you think?


  12. From the Nats to the 2016 champions: the Chicago Cubs.

     

    The Cubbies have one of those iconic and probably timeless looks, but I've made a couple of tweaks to every unifor except for the home which remains the same. For the road I brought back the style and wordmark used during late 50's to mid 60's. I made the biggest changes for the alts: the home is inspired by the early club uniforms, featuring embossed subtle pinstripes and the C with the standing bear props to @coco1997 for suggesting the idea), while the other alt, which could be both home and away, uses the 1931/33 wordmark.

     

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