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  1. There's always one... I agree this was really fun for me! I know others that use it, will do way better then what I did in designing. I'm not great when it comes to this stuff. I know my locker room looks really rough. I just downloaded a couple of models from Sketchup and used some of the stuff I created in GIMP to create the above images. Figured a lot of the guys that we're in the NCFA or other leagues, that had original created teams would find this software useful. They could also use it to create facilities for there university sports teams. It doesn't have a super steep learning curve (in my opinion). As mentioned I was inspired by a lot of the original concept designs from this website. Most notable the NCFA (and Doug's media guide) and Veras' "History of a Fictional Football League" both of which are no longer active on this site. The Stevedore head is actually a font dingbat that I colored and then posted in the request forum, in order to be refined (I can't remember the individual's name who did it...Thank you nonetheless though). The "One More" text mantra is actually a png image I recolored and outlined in GIMP.
  2. Ok, while looking up weight room renderings to alter in GIMP. I discovered an interior design software that was available for a one month trial period. Much like most of my jersey concepts these are not great, but really pleased to be able to make my own rooms. I'll go back and alter these again at some point. http:// https://imgur.com/1WchEok http:// http:// http:// http:// The site is https://www.ecdesign.se/ecdesign.html for those interested
  3. Stadium: “C.C Pinckney Stadium”... Named after the Charleston, SC born Revolutionary War veteran, and delegate to the Constitutional Convention. A portion of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge can be seen just over the south end-zone. There's nothing like Saturday's at the "Pinc"! Night Game All Blue...
  4. Basketball... Arena: The Henagan Assembly Center or "The HAC" as it's known to many, is the home of Stevedores Basketball! You can hear the chants of "Go Stevies" resonate throughout the venue.
  5. Ok, replaced the old anchor with a new one and changed the spacing. Does it look better? Trying to work on a primary, which will not likely happen. Here's what I have though... Original ......
  6. Yea, the logo was a font dingbat that I colored and someone (can't remember who) on here shaded for shadowed for me. Unfortunately, I'm not great with that stuff. I doubt the main logo will ever change due to that. The wordmark, and jerseys that'll be posted I'll definitely work to fix.
  7. I was inspired initially by the NCFA and later “The History of a Fictional Football League” by @Veras. I really wanted to bring this back and do more regarding it. I started this concept on here in 2013 and never completed it. I’ve came up with numerous ideas, past and present, and this by far is my favorite. The original logo was a dingbat, and was outlined and shaded by a member on this site back when you could make request (Can’t remember the person’s username). I’ll only be doing identities for the 3 main sports; Basketball, Football, and Baseball. "History" Charleston Harbor State University was co-founded by Charles Hallandale and former Governor Barnabas Kelet Hanagan. Hallandale assumed role as advisor Lieutenant Governor to Barnabas Kelet Hanagan when Hanagan became Governor due to the death of Patrick Noble on April 7, 1840. Hallandale, a Yale graduate, was a prominent lawyer in the area prior being appointed to the Lieutenant Governor position. Hanagan's term as governor lasted less than a year. The following year, Hallandale, with the help of Hanagan laid the groundwork on what would become Charleston Harbor State University. Hanagan would return to public service in 1844 when he was reelected to the state Senate he’d serve as Secretary of State from 1846 to 1850. Hallandale would remain Chancellor. Located off the Charleston Harbor, the name "Stevedores" was adopted in homage to the hardworking individuals working the harbor docks. Founded 1841 Colonial Blue and Red are reflective of the Revolutionary War (Red and Blue Coats). Ocean Blue is connected to the Charleston Harbor, and the rarely used "Hunley Rust" was adopted in 1996, a year after the Civil War submarine was found in the harbor. 1st posted sport will be basketball...
  8. Thrasher? If so, really surprised a lower tier FBS program didn't take him. We're extremely excited to have him, and look for him to take the reigns after this upcoming season. That's the one. Chance is a good guy who you won't have to worry about getting in trouble or doing anything dumb, because he understands what it takes to succeed. And ya he's good, his team absolutely demolished my school's this past season. BTW, I like this turf a lot. The copper colored end zones are a great touch as well. Good to hear! Can't wait to see him take the reigns. The end zones are suppose to be bronze, but they seem way to bright to me. They may have lightened them a little to give it that "beachy" feel. I agree, I'm a traditionalist! I was against this for the longest, but this isn't as bad as I thought it would be. I heard we're moving to Adidas and going with Grey and Black home uniforms to avoid a color contrast. Should be interesting if true! I knew there would be a downside to this... Well, it's a rumor thus far. We're coming up on the final year of our Russell deal (Aug. 2016) It's been rumored that Adidas is going to buy us out of our remaining deal and we're going Grey and Black. Now, we had Adidas prior to 2011, and if I remember correctly Adidas didn't have teal; so we went to a local manufacture and had them make teal jerseys with the Adidas logo slapped on them (with permission from Adidas of course). So combine that with the teal turf, and that does seem like that rumor could have some legs. The Rattlers uniform with the white helmet correct? If your talking about Arizona's copper helmets, we have yet to use bronze as more then an accent color. And add to the fact that our fan base likes the plain black helmets; and most don't want it changed. I like the white helmet look though.
  9. Don't really have a legal answer, but I'm assuming since regular field turf is meant to mimic grass, they can't really make claim to grass colored turf. Ironically, if somebody wanted to do grey turf Bosie would have to approve. If they did it that way Boise would monopolize not just colored turf but all turf. And I don't think the turf companies would be to fond of that.
  10. That was the NFL. But I believe Boise St owns the trademark for non-green colored athletic fields, so if another school wanted a colored turf they would need permission from BSU. That was the NFL. But I believe Boise St owns the trademark for non-green colored athletic fields, so if another school wanted a colored turf they would need permission from BSU. That's bogus. How can they have a trademark for all colors when they only have a blue field? That would make no sense. Edit: mgdmhl beat me to it. I agree, I'm a traditionalist! I was against this for the longest, but this isn't as bad as I thought it would be. I heard we're moving to Adidas and going with Grey and Black home uniforms to avoid a color contrast. Should be interesting if true!
  11. Thrasher? If so, really surprised a lower tier FBS program didn't take him. We're extremely excited to have him, and look for him to take the reigns after this upcoming season.