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  1. Personal Project: Steel Mill ••• Modern and well-balanced, Steel Mill is a custom typeface designed to compliment the athletic identity. ••• Note: This is a concept only. This is not part of the University of Pittsburgh. ••• #H2P
  2. Personal Project: Flip The Script ••• Challenged myself to take a second look at the nostalgic Pitt script. The mimicking of sloping contours and sharp edges of the panther creates a sort of visual unity between the two marks. Its geometric structure exhibits more of a clean, sharp and athletic style while still pulling from past Pitt scripts, instilling instant recognition. Maintaining tradition while unifying a consistent athletic identity. ••• Note: This is a concept only. This is not part of the University of Pittsburgh.
  3. Note: This is a concept only. This is not part of the University of Pittsburgh.
  4. Personal Project: Panther 3.0 ••• Keeping to tradition, the panther holds true to the stance and triangular shape of past designs. This concept combines sloping contours and sharp edges, creating a sleek, yet aggressive mark. A central goal for this mark was to account for major identifiable elements of the animal itself. This is accomplished by the addition of whiskers, a white muzzle, and a pronounced triangular nose. Also, the implementation of more gold within the panther brings truth to why the school color was chosen initially, because of how well it represents the animal. In Western society, we read left to right. The new right-facing pose leads to exemplify the psychological effect of moving in the right direction. With a vigilant stance, the noble panther reigns.
  5. I don't think you're gonna win the battle with one-color. Has to be blue with the red streak. Good job cleaning up the edges but there are some points in this logo that bother me. Minor, but the curve on the end of the streak needs to be more subtle. For some reason, the one front and one back leg is really bugging me. The back leg just seems to dangle there and feels too far away from the whole body, try bending that back leg some. It needs to show more of a "push" if that makes sense.
  6. Great work here, love the unique panther head. Well developed from the sources. The one suggestion I have for the jersey design, can we see the logo have a gold outline on all the jerseys (outline the same weight as what is around the numbers.) With the solid blue all the way around, it looks unfinished. Small but I feel that will help tremendously.
  7. I understand the overall consensus is to get rid of the tilt which is an easy fix there. I felt as it could possibly work with this logo/school because of the nature of the helmet and also the front of the logo lines right up with the facemask angle as well. I know something like this wouldn't work for "every" school. Looking back, I do like how the straight-on looks on the basketball shorts, etc. I feel like I can still get that effect with the Spartan helmet ramming if it's not tilted. Thanks for the critique WSU151.
  8. It looks like a mix between the 2014 olympic jerseys and the New York Rangers jerseys. I think a diagonal USA would go better with this design instead of the Olympic team's shield. I really like your idea with switching out the ISBHF logo. But I'm not sold on having a big USA on the shoulder, looks very crowded over there even if there wasn't the C. Just think this needs a little more consistency.
  9. Thanks TheLogoManiac13! Always try to make a well balanced connection between the concept and the design. Also, big thanks for the vote. Voting is until Sunday I believe, they haven't really announced when voting ends. But if you get a chance to vote again
  10. Thanks Zac! Yeah they do, and they do have a website ashihockey.org
  11. Thanks for the compliment JAHA32. Appreciate the great feedback!
  12. Thanks for the critique! The tilt was designed to fit the helmet angle, but that is an easy change. My thought was imagine a running back putting his head down, the feathers would look like they'd be ramming into an opposing player.
  13. Not sure where you're getting that observation. The helmet is a different style in itself which was designed to have a more defined look. The cuts at the top and bottom are part of this style helmet as well. The tilt is a minor change that could be made and seems to be the overall consensus. The point there was to match the logo angle to the helmet. ?
  14. I see what you mean in the mockups. The vector mockups would be more true as to where the white is on the jersey. With that, I was separating the color by where the stitching of the jersey is. Thanks for the fair critique mamiller99. There won't be a series though, this whole design was created solely for this competition. Click here and give a vote if you'd like! Thanks!