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  1. Excellent concept - if I were to change one thing, it would be to flip the logo on the right sleeve. This would make a fantastic alternate for the Jags to counter their plain current uniforms
  2. Anything close for these numbers? Thanks
  3. http://www.helmethut.com/College/NW/NU5865.html Anything for this font? It was used quite heavily during the late 1950's-mid 1960's
  4. Thank you! I've searched all over for that font
  5. To be honest I am more at home in smaller message boards than at the large social media sites. Plus, the people generally from my experience are friendlier, more helpful, and more topic-oriented
  6. Sorry for back-seat moderating, but you really ought to start your own concept thread instead of hijacking someone else's. Also you may consider searching for a template instead of using the G.U.D.'s graphics (which is something I myself did for a long time)
  7. Arkansas late 1950's helmet numbers http://www.helmethut.com/College/Arkansas/ARXXUA5863.html
  8. As a Dolphins fan I'm okay with them wearing aqua pants on the road for a game or two but they need to be paired with striped white socks. I love the throwbacks but I'm pleased with the recent changes they made to the uniforms and colors
  9. Okay, so it turns out it's the same font as before. Really sorry for the duplicate request - I need to check these things ahead of time
  10. All I would ask is that they limit the monochrome, but other than that, they're great. Though I would miss this current set just a bit, since they're the only set they've had in my lifetime. I'd also like to see a royal blue throwback someday, once the one-helmet rule goes away. Imagine if we could see something like this again (even with navy helmets, it'd be fantastic)
  11. I prefer using Inkscape, but I do have a copy of Illustrator handy just in case. I was just wondering if there was a way to create this 'shiny' effect (from the Baylor helmets) on a 2-D helmet template. Thanks
  12. 1961-1964 Clemson Tigers helmet number font? (last one I need to complete Clemson's helmets with numbers) Thanks in advance, and please let me know if my requesting gets out of hand - I don't want to take over this thread with old helmet numbers
  13. Sorry for bumping this old thread, but where did you find these graphics? I'm working on rendering helmet histories for various college teams but so far I've only been able to find College Vault PDFs for Clemson, Nebraska, Florida State, and Auburn. Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks
  14. More helmet numbers, this time Clemson, latter half of 1957. I can supply more images if needed but those in their yearbook are of relatively poor quality. Thanks!
  15. Thanks! I'll see what I can do with those modifications
  16. If it's okay I'm going to be requesting a number of historic helmet number fonts for a project Boston College from the late 1950's to 1961
  17. This is what the Rams should have gone with
  18. Florida State's College Vault logos and helmets have not been added yet. I tried my hand at recreating some of their more obscure helmet logos but I'm still new to vector graphics, so let me know if/how I can improve. I tried to match the colors with the colors on www.Trucolor.net. The dates on some of these are highly speculative. I'd be happy to try doing other schools but I only have College Vault vector graphics for Auburn, Clemson, and Nebraska https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZcsVRxdoPuxRkqDimqzfbe9pvIZ7ZKWl?usp=sharing Also let me know if I missed any or if you have trouble accessing the folder
  19. Wow, thanks so much! If you have time, it would also help to know what this number font is (which a lot of college teams wore in the 1950s) http://www.helmethut.com/College/FloridaState/FLXFSU5959.html Thanks again for the help
  20. It may be a long shot, but could someone help approximate the font on this 1964 Florida State helmet? Thanks.
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