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  1. Yes, the second looks far more like a wolf. And as mentioned, play with the contrasts and maybe consider shrinking the yellow outline. As is, all we would see in many applications of the logo is a yellow silhouette of a wolf.
  2. All of these are passable at the least, which is quite impressive since you gave us 6 different logos. So great job. I really want teal in the scheme. It's just so unique to the Mariners, especially now that the Marlins have gone and screwed up a good thing. That makes me prefer #5, which has a very Seattle look to it besides. Maybe there's some tweaks that could improve it, but I can't quite place my finger on anything specific. I also like the S + anchor, even though teal doesn't work in the logo since you want a yellow rope. Great logo.
  3. No need to belittle. I just meant in terms of its connection to Washington in any way. I just think it's a bit too basic. It's 5 stars. Maybe it's not meant to be the team's only logo, but if so then we should see more. That's all I mean.
  4. I think you need a more developed logo. The only way an NFL team could pass that off as their primary logo is if it had 50+ years of history behind it. The color scheme is interesting to me, though less realistic than finding a way to work with burgundy and gold. It fits the Generals name though.
  5. The DC football logo is great but could use a minor tweak in my opinion. When you use the logo on a burgundy background, you fill the football with white. But then the tops of the stars run almost right to the edge of the white coloring, whereas the spacing of the other elements of the logo is thicker. I think you could actually just recolor the bars and stars to white for applications on a burgundy background (even though it moves you a bit away from the flag colors) or put a white stroke around the football just to maintain that spacing. Very good stuff all around though. I like the wordmark a lot.
  6. Those Sixers jerseys are tremendous. I would buy those shorts immediately. I also like the asymmetric shorts on Toronto, though I'm not sure they will be well received generally. I think it gives their uniform a lot of character and has a bit of a 90's feel to it, which I love.
  7. Thank you all for your kind comments. I really appreciate any of you who spared a second to leave some feedback. I don't think I will get to an All-Star uniform, but if a uniform idea occurs to me maybe I'll make an attempt. Keeper kits: And the last thing I have to offer for now is a fixture list, the kind of thing the league account might share on twitter: I'll be periodically be adding some uniform revisions (and maybe a Charlotte concept if I feel confident in something).
  8. Final team! I'll try some revisions on certain kits and I'll also share some goalkeeper kits as well. I stuck with a traditional look for the Whitecaps home kit with the big blue stripe and some small mountains forming the light blue outline. I went out on a ledge with a nod to the Vancouver Grizzlies on the secondary kit. The third kit is a brown and blue kit similar to what the Caps wore a few years ago.
  9. I actually like the Sounders home shirt this season, though I think it could be toned down. So I went with some water-colored waves that are a little bit more subtle on the home shirt. I find it odd that the Sounders have never designed anything in the direction that embraces that they are called the Sounders. The secondary is a salmon and navy kit with a fish scale pattern on the cuffs and shorts stripe. The Sounders black and neon kit was a hit a few years ago, so I did an updated version of it for the third kit.
  10. I agree that I could have done more with the Portland third. Maybe I'll tweak it at the end. Thanks for the feedback on that. Both the home and third kits feature honeycomb-resembling patterns on the sleeves, since Utah is the beehive state. RSL is best with blue sleeves and blue shorts. They've been a red shorts team for a while now, but that ought to change. The home kit and the pattern on the sleeves and shorts stripe is meant to give them a regal look, as their name suggests they ought to have. Here's a close up of the pattern on the home kit: The secondary takes colors from the Salt Lake City flag and the mountain imagery to go along with it. The third leans into the beehive state motif and embraces how popular RSL's brief yellow kits were.
  11. The primary is meant to be a classic look with the darkened gold for the Timbers and has a sublimated tree stump circling the shirt logo. I paired the rose city red with white instead of black with a bit of an Ajax look with red shorts. The red stripe on the chest is bordered by rose thorns. The third pulls colors from the Portland flag.
  12. That's intentional. A sideview of the sleeve would show a vertical line splitting blue from white.
  13. It pained me to go away from the burgundy/blue/burgundy scheme that the Rapids have used most recently, but I also like the burgundy with white sleeves look and I wanted to see how it would work with white mountains on the sleeves with some blue accents. The Rapids' flag-schemed kits in the past have been great, so I made another iteration of it for the secondary. The third is a throwback to the 2000 Rapids kit: https://media.gettyimages.com/photos/may-2000-matt-okoh-of-the-colorado-rapids-looking-on-during-the-game-picture-id1482776
  14. I simplified the outline on the Real Salt Lake logo and changed the black in the Sounders logo to navy blue.