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  1. Yep, pretty much. Well I didn't see that thread so that's my bad. I used the logo for duluth that was from the 1926 team that they used. And in 1926 their colors were blue and white. As for the Rock Island helmet, I do see they are very similar, only difference is I have the helmet stripes coming in at a different angle. I got the idea from their sleeve stripes. But I can most see they resemble each other pretty damn close. I will do an update for the Duluth and Rock Island Helmets.
  2. Apparently the New York Pro Football League started using a playoff format in 1919, so I could see there being leagues that use playoffs in 1929. Yea I tried to do a bunch of research, looking into all the leagues I could find up to 1930 to see if there was a playoff system being used. The New York Pro Football League is one that I found. Not sure if there was any other ones. But since they had been using one prior to 1930, I decided to go along with the format. Rock Island Independents
  3. The helmets and logos being used along with the League logo being used on helmet and team wallpaper are current era based. I wanted to keep these modern just for detail purposes, if that makes sense. In 1975, World Football League ended. So I decided that since I wanted to expand my league to include teams from other countries and also Canada, I brought the WFL back for the 1976 season. I thought I would include this early in this post because the league logo that is on the helmets and team wallpapers is the new WFL logo. Since this league was called the Association of American Football from 1929 till 1975, then from 1976 until now, I didnt want to add any confusion.
  4. In 1929 the Association of American Football was formed. In need of teams, the AAF searched around and in 1930, they brought in 6 teams that were apart of the National Football League. The teams were as follows: -Canton Bulldogs (Maroon & White) Canton, Ohio-Duluth Eskimos (Midnight Blue & White) Duluth, Minnesota-Hammond Pros (Purple, Gold & White) Hammond, Indiana-Racine Tornadoes (Crimson & White) Racine, Wisconsin-Rock Island Independents (Green & White) Rock Island, Illinois-Detroit Panthers (Blue, Gold & White) Detroit, MichiganSince the league was new and unproven, only 6 teams were brought in, and a 10 game regular season was set. All 6 teams would play in 1 division with the top 4 finishers advancing to the playoffs.Teams with the same regular season record advancing to the playoffs would be seeded based on head to head matchups, or if needed, a tie breaker game would be played.
  5. The Idea behind this football League is that I wanted to bring back various football teams from different leagues and eras. I wanted to put them all into a football league and give the league a history. Any suggestions or comments are welcome. Hope everyone enjoys this concept. I will include season by season wins and losses, including playoff matchups and championship winners. Also included are the teams helmets for all teams that will be used for team bio's. First post will be the original 6 teams that started the league in 1930. Also I forgot to mention, teams wins and losses are completely random. League schedules were made for each season for all teams and scores for each game were generated at random.
  6. Chicago White Sox update. Took Clintau24's advice and changed up the hats a little bit to give another dimension to the uniform sets. I am content however in the number font. I feel that even thought the home uniform uses the SOX logo, the logo itself has sharper edges to the logo and it needs a number font that is consistent with it. The away uniform uses the Chicago wordmark which is more of a rounder wordmark, so the number has to be flow smoothly as well. Even though both these uniforms use different number fonts, there is nothing that says that home and away uniform has to use the same number font.
  7. First up is the Chicago White Sox. Here is the Home and Away Sets. For this design, I tweaked the uniform design from the early 70's and gave it a little bit more of a complete look. I think the light blue, red, and white is a great combination for the White Sox and feel like they could bring this combination back. Since the White Sox have used this color combination in the past, its not that big of a identity change.
  8. These MLB Uniforms will be a mixture of simple tweaks, concepts and a little bit of past mixed with present. Hope you like them. C and C is always welcome.
  9. I can see how they could resemble the patriots, only because of the color combination being used. except for the stripes and the double outline. I'm sorry but the only thing saying cowboys here is the wordmark; I mean that literally. Well then apparently you have not seen the Cowboys 75th anniversary jersey, or the Cowboys logo. Cause those are both used in this concept. However, you are entitled to your own opinions.
  10. I can see how they could resemble the patriots, only because of the color combination being used.
  11. Next on the list are the Dallas Cowboys. You could call this a Heritage/Tribute set. I call these the "Americas Team" Tribute Uniforms. With the Cowboys being considered Americas team, I wanted to make sure it had red, white and blue in the set. Dallas used a single red stripe on their helmets for the 1976 season, which I added on these helmets as tribute to the '76 season. I felt since that was the only year they had ever used red as part of their helmet color scheme, I thought that had some significance. The jersey itself is a direct nod to the '94-'95 75th anniversary jersey. I think its a great and classic jersey design. I added to red to the stars and the number outline to compliment the overall look of the set. There are 3 different types of pant designs. Each one I feel gives a different look to the overall concept, but flows together. A good concept that showcases a few uniform ideas from the Cowboys past, as well as showing the tribute to "Americas Team". While also holding on to that modern feel.
  12. I thought about the socks, but I figured that since I was making it a Tribute to George Halas, putting his initials on the socks imo looks small and unimportant. But thanks for the comment, it was a thought I had, but figured that the GSH is a huge part of the concept and needs to be noticed.
  13. My first uniform set I am posting is for the Chicago Bears. These are the GSH Tribute Uniforms for George Stanley Halas. Obviously what stands out the most on these uniforms are the horizontal wrap around stripes. I know Northwestern uses this concept, but I figured the Bears are the perfect team to pull off this design. I used the sleeve stripes as the wrap around stripes, and moved the GSH to the pants. I used the current Chicago Bears logo for the helmet since this isnt really a throwback uniform. But however, I did go with a vintage logo for the chest patch. I wanted to use a logo that showed history, and since this logo was used from 1954-1973, which George Halas was the head coach during this time until 1967. George Halas was inducted into the NFL hall of fame in 1963. I felt this logo could be used to honor that era for the Bears along with the end of George Halas's career.
  14. This Broncos logo is mine. I said twice in this thread that I take no credit for any of these logo's. I am not passing them off as my own. Yes I am using logo's that I have found that work great for concepts and rebrands. I have also stated that if anyone has created a logo that I "BORROWED", feel free to comment and I will post a comment giving credit to that persons design. If they do not want their logo used, I will discontinue using that logo. Logo's are used, borrowed, alternated in some way all the time. I see people on here all the time using logo's that are copyrighted and using them for rebrands and tweaks. However, just to make you happy, I will edit my posts from now on with the source of the logo I used.