Punchy_Gungus

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About Punchy_Gungus

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    "I have been cursed for my hubris and my work is never finished"

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    Massachusetts
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    Football, Graphic Design, Juggling, Carbohydrates
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    New England Patriots, Boston Celtics, Oklahoma Sooners

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  1. Good golly, it just keeps getting better and better. The shade of purple is a bit too dark for my taste, but that's not my decision to make. Amazing work once again!
  2. After seeing your work on dribbble and your other concepts, I am extremely excited for this series. Sacramento looks great. Can't wait to see what you do with the rest of the league.
  3. Once again, sorry for the long absence, never was completely happy with any of the following concepts, but I thought I would post them for feedback. So here are a few beta concepts, along with some updates to some previous teams. Jacksonville Cyclones: Happy with the team name, logo is probably going to stay, just need a secondary logo, and to pick one of the below color schemes. Not completely happy with the uniforms, either. Black and Blue: Burgundy and Powder Blue Denver Mountaineers: Not completely happy with name, logo, or uniforms, but I think this is best I can do as of now. Montréal Monarchs: My favorite of these three concepts, not happy with the name, as they are in the same division as the London Royals (might change their name), but I really like how the logo and uniforms turned out. Went for a 70s-style simple, timeless logo. Notches in the crown represent the fortifications of the city. Updates: New custom font for the Chicago Stars, made minor tweaks to the shield itself, and changed the powder blue uniform. New secondary logo and redesigned uniforms for the St. Louis Legion. I'd love to here your thoughts, especially with color scheme you like more for Jacksonville. That's all for now. Made in Affinity Designer. C&C appreciated.
  4. Have a few concepts that I'm not 100% happy with for Jacksonville, Denver, and Montréal. I'll probably post them in the next few days (edit: today), along with some updates to a few previous teams.
  5. An amazing start to a promising series. A solid and logical update for the Packers, great presentation, all around a great start. Looking forward to the rest of the thread.
  6. That Blues' away jersey really needs more navy. No complaints on the others. Well done once again!
  7. A great update to an already good concept! But there are a few small details that could be tidied up. E.G. there's a single number outline on the Away jersey, yet a double outline on the away, the spacing on the light blue bar under the wording is inconsistent, and the number outline coloring on the gold helmet is different from the gold shoulder yoke. Aside from similar small details, this has been a great series with loads of potential.
  8. Loving this series so far, love the teams and especially the presentation. My only gripe would be that the alternate logos aren't shown in detail like the primaries. Otherwise, this is an amazing series, one of the better ones on this forum.
  9. For me, the problem with their identity is having way too many colors. I think it would look great if they went with just pewter, red and silver, similar to @nate.sweitz's Bucs concept. Not to say that the 1997-2013 wasn't good, (it was one of the best rebrands of the decade) but it's a bit too busy in terms of colors.
  10. Sorry for the long delay! I hit a roadblock in terms of inspiration but finally scraped together a solid concept. Introducing the Ottawa Grey Jays. Named for the national bird of Canada, the small and subtle -yet fierce- Grey Jay. I'm not completely happy with the logo, but I tried my best to make this unfearsome bird a bit more threatening, whist still retaining its subtle nature. Uniform stripes are supposed to evoke flight and movement, without going to over-the-top. Alternate is a throwback to the original version of the team, the Montréal Mustangs. Made in Affinity Designer, C&C appreciated.
  11. Looks great! I'd make the facemask white and make the shoulder stripes a tad thinner. But still, well done!
  12. That LA monogram is one of the best I've seen.
  13. St. Louis BattleHawks, Tampa Bay Vipers, New York Guardians, Seattle Dragons, Los Angeles Wildcats, DC Defenders, Houston Roughnecks, Dallas Renegades confirmed.
  14. Moving on to the next team, the Las Vegas Venom. (Thanks @Brian in Boston for the suggestion!) Named for the several species of snakes that roam the Nevada desert. Shield shape and wordmark based off of the iconic Las Vegas sign. Card suit symbols reflect Las Vegas' status as gambling capital of the US. With that, we are now halfway done with the team identities. Made in Affinity Designer. C&C appreciated.