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Everything posted by Victormrey

  1. 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: Should I go for it?
  2. Continuing the series with Tampa. Another flag-inspired design. This time, the uniform is heavily inspired by the St. Petersburg flag. I decided to go for a sleeveless jersey, trying to reflect the warm weather of Florida. As for the script, I decided to use only "Tampa", since I've never been a fan of the "Tampa Bay" wordmark. Oh, and thanks to @MJD7for helping me out with the cap design!
  3. Thank you! Yeah, I forgot it! Thank for pointing it out. Here's the corrected version: Yes! The uniform draft suggests the original design used red buttons, so I decided to keep them.
  4. 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.
  5. The style used The style used by the White Sox during the 80's is probably my all-time fav, and in B&W it looks even better!
  6. I tried to do it, but didn't managed it I'll work on it, and if a get a good result, will post it!
  7. I love the Gateway Arch and the St. Louis flag. I think this design blends those two things perfectly!
  8. Time for Detroit. This city is known for two of my favourite hobbies: cars and Rock ‘n’ Roll, so I definitely had to choose it. Given the first theme was used by the Pistons, I decided to go for the second one. I completely changed the font, using a script inspired by neon signs. As for the logos, I added a quarter note to the Old English D, and a Strat to the 60's Batting Cat logo.
  9. I hadn't thought about that, but the resemblance is more than clear. Also, given the Caribbean communities in Miami, it'd also make sense!
  10. Thank you very much! You're right about the numbers, forgot to mention that About the sleeve logo, I tried out your suggestion: What do you think?
  11. 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.
  12. From Maryland to Florida, time for the Magic City. At first, I didn’t know how to approach Miami. My initial idea was to use the Vice theme, but since the Heats already went for that path, I wanted to try something different. In the end, I went for a design inspired by the Art Deco District, using beige as main colour, and pastel hues of teal and pink. Also, I decided to add a subtle striped pattern based on the same architectural style.
  13. Solid work, keep it up! One of my fav is the '17 home, the full pinstripe style is great
  14. Thank you guys! I'm glad to be back What do you think?
  15. So, after almost 8 months, I'm able to continue with the series! Time to finish the NLE, time for the Nats. I wanted to change the Nationals' style, but keeping their current scripts and logos. The home uniform is inspired by the Senators uniform, but with red pinstripes instead of navy ones, based on the American flag, and bringing back the "Nationals" wordmark. The road uni remains almost the same, but gibing more importance to the white colour. While for the alts, I used the button-less tops, featuring the "DC" and "Washington" scripts.
  16. I've just finished a project with other members from the boards I'll try to continue this series from now.
  17. Hi! Thanks for asking. Due to personal issues and lack of time, I've not been able to continue the series. Fortunately, I want to finish it after my finals period, aroind the 20th of this month.
  18. When you told me your idea for this series, I knew it was going to be good... But man, it's better than what I imagined! Unique and stunning designs, Brewers are my fav for the moment.
  19. So, I'm having problems with my computer: in Madrid we're reaching 110ºF and the fans from my PC stop working from time to time, which makes it turn off suddenly. Even so, I'm still decided to finish the series, so here are the Phillies! I brought back the Burgundy / Light Blue scheme for the Phils. I decided to ditch the pinstripes from the home, and use only the "P" for the road, inspired by the first team uniforms.
  20. What do you think?
  21. I thought on adding some piping to the road, but it would clash with the racing stripes from the alt. Also, I think the melange alone looks better.
  22. Thanks for the feedback! I completeley forgot about the front numbers: I'd like to keep the collar from the home alt white, I've never been a fan of the blue collar on the original design. And, despite it'd match the rest of the uni better, I don't like the use of grey as main colour for the road alt script. Also, I think it pops up more being mainly orange.
  23. This week I started the final exams on the college, so I'll have less time to design. But show must go on! Time for the Mets. Only the home uniform remains the same. I decided to use the melange fabric for the road (as suggested by @coco1997), as well as the 1987 script. Both home and road alts feature racing stripe, in order to create a retro and cohesive look.
  24. Great start! Man, I'm in love with the Giants home kit. Given UA will be making the MLB kits from 2020, how about using it as brand? It'd be more realistic, since the also make soccer kits (and you could take some ideas from them).