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  1. The second one to me seems the most representative of the Empire State building, but both are improvements.
  2. Maybe extend the base vertically a bit to avoid the testicular comparisons.
  3. Love the vegas set but wish had some awkwardly placed red in it.
  4. D3 Designs

    NWHL Concepts

    Any chance we could get an Californian expansion team?
  5. Love the bright blue and navy combo. Reminds me a lot of the old Thrashers uni. With that being said I'd either ad a gold stripe or drop the top navy stripe to even up the striping. Looks amazing as usual Bosch.
  6. Love the updated logo. I'd maybe make the iris (the colored portion of the eye) red instead of sand to help it stand up more.
  7. It's been awhile since I last posted on this site so decided to comeback with some more NHL related concepts. For this series the goal is not to be an accurate predictor of future Stanley Cup match ups and is more of a fictionalized telling of yet to be played finals. This series is also intended to conform with the continuity of @timberwolf's Champions League of Hockey series, which I was a part of. I will post a brief description of each team's route to the finals and the finals themselves in addition to the concepts. I'm also contemplating adding rosters for each team so comment below if you want see them. Template credits go to Matt McElroy and Josiah Bosch. First up it's the 2022 Stanley Cup featuring the defending champion Anaheim Ducks and upstart Pittsburgh Penguins.
  8. The contrast between the dark navy, white and gold on Buffalo's home is so on point.
  9. Orange on green still makes me squirm Bosch.
  10. I really like the arm striping on kings set, especially on J Bosch's template but the tv numbers bleeding over the shoulders looks kind of awkward. Solid series so far, I'm looking forward to see the next set.
  11. Edinburgh easily the surprise of the tournament.