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  1. Links to each post: Actual Super Bowl Fields I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVIII XIX XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII XXIX XXX XXXI XXXII XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI XXXVII XXXVIII XXXIX XL XLI XLII XLIII XLIV XLV XLVI XLVII XLVIII XLIX 50 LI LII LIII LIV LV LVI LVII LVIII LIX LX Predictions For Future Fields XLIX 50 XLIX - Pre Conf. Championship Week 50 - Pre Conf. Championship Week LI - Pre Conf. Championship LI - Pre Super Bowl What I Would Like To See For Future Fields XLIX-1 XLIX-2 50 50-Throwback L-1 L-2 Fields can also be found at The Gridiron Fields Database - a part of The Gridiron Uniforms Database In 2012 I wanted to recreate all of the fields from each Super Bowl to use for a football simulation program I've been writing for C#. Recently I have gone back and tried to refine each field to be as exact as possible, and its still a work in progress. I got the idea to start posting them after seeing kodrinsky's NBA court database and I thought it would be a good way to get some feedback and some help pointing out any inaccuracies in what I have so far. So, as I've said before, I want to be as exact as possible, so if anyone sees something inaccurate please let me know by either posting a picture or a link to a video that can help me out. It could be something as small as color, number font, or even the width of the lines on the field. Anything will help. I guess I'll start with Super Bowl I Super Bowl I: January 15, 1967. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California Kansas City Chiefs - 10 Green Bay Packers - 35 < First Post Super Bowl II > I do have higher resolution (9144x4344 pixels) images of the fields that are to a scale of 1px=.5in, and templates if anyone ever wants them.
  2. I wanted to get this out there before my love for this team goes out with Deshaun. This is some stuff I've been working on for while but hadn't made time to post it. The Houston Texans: One of the more "meh" names in the NFL. Used once before by a World League team in 1974-75 and named with the blessing of the former Dallas Texans now known the Kansas City Chiefs. When I saw the name unveiled, especially with the preceding video made everyone on think it would be bull related, I was underwhelmed. This paired with a RWB color scheme and navy uniforms that at the time would had been the 9th! navy jersey in use as a primary dark, disappointed me even further. (That makes this what, the 20, 30-something time I've complained about the navy jerseys?) While I like our Battle Red and white jerseys, I still think of what could been with the other identities mentioned in the poll preceding to the unveiling: So without further adieu I present to you: The Texans That Never Were. HOUSTON APOLLOS (V.2) HOUSTON BOBCATS HOUSTON STALLIONS HOUSTON WILDCATTERS
  3. Welcome to the 2020 NFL Weekly Picks Contest. Season begins on Thursday night. You guys know how this works by now, so I'll spare the digital ink (and if you don't, click on the "weekly picks" tag; it's explained in the previous seasons threads). Week 1: Houston vs. Kansas City NY Jets vs. Buffalo Cleveland vs. Baltimore Seattle vs. Atlanta Chicago vs. Detroit Las Vegas vs. Carolina Philadelphia vs. Washington Miami vs. New England Green Bay vs. Minnesota Indianapolis vs. Jacksonville LA Chargers vs. Cincinnati Tampa Bay vs. New Orleans Arizona vs. San Francisco Dallas vs. LA Rams Pittsburgh vs. NY Giants Tennessee vs. Denver Good luck.
  4. Hey guys! With the 2018 season quickly approaching, I'm going to start posting a series that I've been working on since before I knew this place existed. For each NFL franchise, I've created a new uniform and logo set. Some are simply modernizations of classic looks, while others will be more radical changes. The vector template I'm using is a combination of parts from a few existing templates that I modified to fit the appearance of andrewharrington's incredible template. After I've posted all the teams using the 2D template, I'll be presenting them division-by-division using a realistic 3D presentation I created myself. Until then, I'll be putting out my concepts in no particular order. I've got designs together 28 of the 32 teams so far. Most of them were created over the course of this summer. I'm starting college in a few days so I wanted to get as much work done as I could while I still had the time. AFC East Buffalo Bills - update Miami Dolphins - update New England Patriots New York Jets North Baltimore Ravens - update Cincinnati Bengals - orange helmet Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers South Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars Tennessee Titans - update West Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs - update Las Vegas Raiders Los Angeles Chargers NFCEast Dallas Cowboys New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles - update Washington Redskins North Chicago Bears - alternate take - update - presentation Detroit Lions - presentation Green Bay Packers - presentation Minnesota Vikings - presentation South Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers - update New Orleans Saints - alternate take Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Creamsicle West Arizona Cardinals Los Angeles Rams San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks First up is the Cincinnati Bengals, inspired by their color-rush uniform's block font and emphasis on white. The helmet design, which more accurately depicts the way the striping on a tiger's head actually works, is borrowed from a concept I've seen floating around for a few years. It's such a good idea that I built the rest of the team's visual identity around it. The number font is a custom block font I built. It's very similar to the one the Jaguars just released, but that was after I had already finished this concept. For the logo, I wanted to make a more aggressive, snarling cat with a lot of movement. Pretty happy with the way it turned out! Enjoy! C+C is greatly appreciated!
  5. I've always thought the Jaguars nailed it right out of the gate with their original uniforms and lament that they've strayed so drastically from what was an instantly recognizable, unique set. Here's my take on what a modern version of that original uniform would look like. The goal here was to undo some of the "sterile, generic football team" coldness that is present in their current uniform and bring back some of the elements that were distinctly Jacksonville. They could even call this change a "return to gold" - referencing both the early success of the franchise and their recent eschewing of the color.
  6. Congratulations to the Chiefs on claiming their first Lombardi Trophy in 50 years. With the NFL's 100th season now officially behind us, we begin the league's second century with the question: "Can the Chiefs repeat?" They will have their eyes set on Tampa Florida as that is the location of Super Bowl LV next year. Here is the logo I made for the event; I was going for a "Super Bowl Yacht Club" theme. Let me know what you think. Appreciate the feedback!
  7. Vintage Variants is a concept series not unlike the Adidas Reverse Retro series for the NHL, but I'm not doing just flipped colors. I wanted to take looks from the past and do all kinds of variations with them. Some will be color variations, some will pull in different design elements, some will be inspired by local themes, etc. I will update this post as I release each team, going alphabetically by city/region. These designs are done on the VaporFlex Jersey Template I created for UniMockups. Arizona Cardinals This one goes back to the jersey worn by Larry Fitzgerald early in his career and pulls in the colors of the desert cardinal, a bird more common in Arizona than the red Northern Cardinal. Atlanta Falcons This one taps on a jersey worn by Deion Sanders and is essentially a Reverse Retro with a grey/silver base. Really love that old bird logo and this would be a great opportunity to bring back the red helmet. Baltimore Ravens This one hearkens back to the Ray Lewis era in a golden color with white removed from the number trim and left only in the coat of arms (white border also removed there). This would pair well with a purple helmet. Buffalo Bills This one kicks it back to the 1964 look but in a cream color, with elements added from the Buffalo city flag. Before you get mad and say it looks like the Chargers - relax, it's just a concept. Carolina Panthers This one is a spin on what's really the only uniform they've ever had. Blue numbers are in, using the original proposed shade (thanks to trucolor.net). I gave the shoulder stripes a tweak, adding blue cuffs with a blue helmet. Chicago Bears This one is a blue version of their 1936 jersey with a modified helmet. The white version was extremely popular, so I wanted to see the blue and did more accurate shoulder striping. Cincinnati Bengals This one is an orange version of their classic from the Boomer Esiason days with white tiger markings on the shoulders. Had to move the markings up a tad to fit today's jersey cut, but I like how it flows. Cleveland Browns This one is a variant of their 1946 jersey with a darker seal brown and vintage silver (h/t TruColor.net) with less orange. The helmet is also silver, not, white.
  8. I've done many "Vintage Style College Mascots" and as the NFL season gets started I was thinking of what their logos/mascots might look like if they had been created in the style of Arthur Evans. I don't plan on directly using any mascot/logo looks (college or NFL) that are already out there (example: using Pistol Pete for the Dallas Cowboys). However, I may take inspiration from bits or pieces of them. Over the next few weeks/months I'll be adding my newest iterations, please let me know what you think with your comments and/or likes. First up: Minnesota Vikings
  9. I thought I'd give a try to redesigning NFL uniforms. I've got a few in the can and if there is any interest for more I'll post them. The first team the hometown one, the Cleveland Browns. In all honesty I think the current uniforms are near perfect, so instead of posting a near identical uniform to the current one I thought I'd change a bit. I added a number outline similar to the 1984 uniform and simplified the stripes on the shoulders. I also added a patch, using the concept CB logo from the 60s. Constructive criticism is welcome, I don't makes these uniforms with any fancy program so I am sure there is room for improvement.\ First is the home Uniform with the standard white pants. Next are the orange pants, I am unsure whether or not this would be their primary pants set or not. Away with White Pants Away with Orange Pants
  10. TEAM LIST Arizona Cardinals Atlanta Falcons Baltimore Ravens Buffalo Bills Carolina Panthers Chicago Bears Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos Detroit Lions Green Bay Packers Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs Las Vegas Raiders Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Rams Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots New Orleans Saints New York Giants New York Jets Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tennessee Titans Washington Football Team I have been a uniform geek for a while now. I joined the boards on my 13th birthday, and I just celebrated my 16th last week. In the past 3 years, I've thought of some good uniform concepts for sports teams, and I've been willing to show them. But the problem is, I can't make graphic designs to save my life. So I've been at a stalemate where this will be hard to work unless I find another solution, and I found it. The Maximum Football Franchise, a Canadian-made football series that is the second best on current gen consoles, outside of Madden NFL (which isn't great to begin with.) Two extremely nice perks about this; one, it has pretty simple uniform customization, (simple, but it at least has it,) and two, it's the only current gen game to have college football (but we will get to that when we get there ) And so here I am, making uniforms for all 32 NFL teams for personal use and internet use. DISCLAIMERS: I will be using the game given logos on the helmets, yes, there is a logo editor, but it's super hard to use (you can't just upload images, you have to make them using shapes, and like I said, I'm not a graphic designer.) Each team will get a certain amount of uniform combinations: some will get just a home and away, and some will have a bunch. With that being said, let's start with the first team in our list: The Arizona Cardinals! HELMETS! PRIMARY WHITE HELMET Used with all uniforms except for the black alternate. All white, the only true blank helmet in my NFL PRIMARY BLACK HELMET: Used with the all black alternate exclusively. Gave them a gray facemask, I personally am starting to grow fond of gray facemasks. HOME COMBINATIONS! RED OVER WHITE: The Cardinals have become so dated that in my opinion, turning to the past is a better idea, especially see what Nike has done with one of their divisional rivals this year. RED OVER RED: Same home uniform with red pants. Stripe is hard to see, but its an inverse of the white pants. AWAY COMBINATIONS: WHITE OVER WHITE: Stays pretty classic overall, pretty much a inverse of the home. Gave them a yellow wordmark, because I think it's unique enough to stand out without ruining the vibe of the uniform. WHITE OVER RED: Standard white uniforms with red pants. Yes, I know the yoga pants effect is there, sue me, I'm not all that bothered by the pants and socks matching. ALTERNATES: BLACKOUT UNIFORM: Gave the Cardinals a BFBS uniform, to really only be used once or twice a year. No white to be found, except for the wordmark and the player names, so there's legibility. ARIZONA PRIDE ALTERNATE: An added alternate that uses yellow, as a nod to the state flag. Shoulders would've had like a sun ray gradient, but I did the best I could do With that being said, C&C is appreciated! Next team up is the Dirty Birds!
  11. With all the things happening, I've designed and/or tweaked some NFL Uniforms using my own template. Not all teams will get the treatment nor will they get descriptions however so feel free to look around and if theres any questions and if i'm available, i'll answer. Enjoy!
  12. So it's been a while but I'm back. I've felt my creativity wanting to come out during quarantine, so I'll be tweaking and/or redesigning the NFL in no particular order. Today I'll start with the Browns. I feel like the current design (2015-19) could be much better with some tweaks, and I also wanted to incorporate inspiration from the past Browns uniforms. There's a home, away, alternate, and color rush uniform. So here they are. Home Away (Two pants options) Alternate (Switch the swipes on the pants to match the orange jersey) Color Rush (Alternate with Orange Pants)
  13. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/12/16/is-the-xfl-coming-back/ I know they kind of teased it at the end of that 30 for 30 special earlier this year, but I didn't think they were serious.
  14. So I started working on a concept the other day where NFL teams were converted to NRL uniforms. I am considering adding names on the back of the jerseys to add that bit extra element of the NFL touch to the designs. I'm not sure if I'll do every team as most teams uniforms are really quite bland and lack some form of design element. New England Patriots New Orleans Saints Seattle Seahawks Tennessee Titans
  15. Imagine the Bucs' creamsicle set in pewter and red? Or Randall Cunningham in Midnight green? How about Drew Brees in powder? Speaking of Brees, here are the Saints throwback in Khaki gold Megatron in double blues? The Bills crazy 2000's set, but with less crazyness Jamal Adams in Hunter Green & Black(not what you're thinking) Matt Hasselbeck in Navy and lime Dolphins' 90's look, but with no navy
  16. The concept of this project is to take the 32 teams of the NFL and re-imagine them as if there's an alternate universe version of the NFL with the same locations, but different team branding and divisional alignment with Under Armour providing the uniform equipment. Also, I switched out one "New York" team and one "Los Angeles" team for St. Louis and San Diego teams. The team concepts won't be posted in any particular order and I will update this post with links to them for reference. NFC North: Detroit Green Bay Kansas City Minnesota NFC South: Atlanta Jacksonville St. Louis Tennessee NFC East: Buffalo Carolina Philadelphia Pittsburgh NFC West: Arizona Dallas Denver Los Angeles AFC North: Cincinnati Cleveland Chicago Indianapolis AFC South: Houston Miami New Orleans Tampa Bay AFC East: Baltimore New England New York Washington AFC West: Las Vegas Lights San Diego San Francisco Seattle
  17. As a Washington Redskins fan, I totally embrace the name change. Although it is a sad day when we turn our backs on the teams whole identity by dropping the Native American theme entirely. Most of the suggestions for a new name are unsuitable and leave me underwhelmed. But one that really stands out and has the most potential is the 'Washington Redwolves'. This has the obvious advantage of retaining the colours. Keeping the #HTTR and the fight-song (with some updated lyrics). It would be a mistake to abandon the teams long and storied history...this could work nicely as a viable evolution.
  18. I initially began this project as a way to design a fauxback Dallas Renegades logo, but I quickly realized I had a Washington (Washington Football Team) logo concept blooming in my hands. Mostly inspired by the 1970-71 “R” Lombardi logo, here it is in all it’s simplistic glory:
  19. There is no room for the 'Redskins' to be an acceptable team name in the present day. This coming from a life long Skins fan, it pains me that the name garners so much controversy. But looking at the issue objectively, it is only the name itself that is the problem not the Native American idea the team adopted in 1932. The whole reason I chose to follow the team at all as a kid from the UK, was because of the imagery, colours and of course they were the sworn rivals to "AMERICA'S TEAM"! This rebrand is an attempt to answer the issue, by ditching the name but keeping the history and ethos of the team. There is a-lot of brand equity in the original logo, but certain details always bothered me. The head inside the circle, with yet another pair of feathers crudely tagged on.
  20. Still learning illustrator so admittedly the logo is something of a work in progress. Also attached are Home, Away, and Alternate uniform sets respectively. Any thoughts are appreciated! http:// http:// http:// http://
  21. I never realized the Jets did the Namath throwback using green helmets twice - the first time was in 1993 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Super Bowl III, where they didn’t even bother to add the helmet stripes, just peeled the logo off and replaced it with the 60s version (according to the Gridiron Database this was the first use of a throwback uniform btw): Then for the 1994 NFL 75th season throwbacks, the Jets switched the Jersey to green and added the helmet stripes:
  22. Okay so just to start off, I have no design sense whatsoever. So now that that's out of the way, let's get to the concept. I'm not really bored as much as I am lazy under the COVID-19 stuff, so I have forced myself to try to do something. I guess I'll try to design logos or something because why not. First, let's come up with a quirky and cool name. Under quarantine... what rhymes with quarantine... sixteen! Like a bracket! Because March! ..Right? Anyway, I decided I'd make concept logos for each major league, four for the NBA, NHL, MLB, and NFL, but I also want to do soccer, so throw in two for the MLS, making it eighteen. You may be thinking, that doesn't work for a bracket, and you're smart and you know that's right. But I came up with this brilliant idea at one in the morning, and when I woke up, I had already made a logo and posted it on Instagram so oh well let's make it up as we go. (why is the process of uploading images so strange?) Anyway, as you can see, I am very mature and professional. I tried to turn the toilet paper roll into a lowercase "q" (kinda like the Flyers with the "p"), but I don't think I really succeeded. I have mostly branded the series with just a single roll, and sports can be switched out by shoving them in the middle. I compiled a list of 36 cities and took to my Instagram and polled the poop out of the 12 people that follow me until it was down to the 18 logos to be made (if I stay motivated that long)
  23. Felt like making some concepts after seeing all of the uniform reveals this offseason, here we go: Atlanta Falcons I don't hate what they unveiled, I think with some tweaks it'd be pretty good No gradients, small wordmark, etc. I think the biggest missed opportunity was not switching back to a red helmet; red helmet/black jersey would've been a unique look and the throwback would be accurate. The side panels and pant stripes both taper to a point to avoid never lining up. Los Angeles Rams Thought I'd try making gradient numbers and bone work. This is sort of a modernization of their previous, mismatched look. The home uniform only uses yellow and orange, and the away navy and bone. Yellow and white jerseys serve as alternates. Thanks for checking these out, I'll post other teams as I finish them, or until I get bored
  24. Seven teams updated their look this offseason, which is an insane turnover rate. I liked what most of the teams did, but there are some things I would tweak. I tried not to do wholesale changes but keep with the themes that the teams tried to establish. Here we go, in chronological order by release date. Tampa Bay Buccaneers I like the return to the Super Bowl era uniforms, but the pewter alternate was less than stellar for me. I redid it to match the rest of the set and the primary pewter pants. I also kept the chrome facemask from the previous set because I actually think they pulled it off.
  25. Hey everyone, It's been a long time since I've posted on the boards but I am back with a project that I have been wanting to do for awhile now. Re-designing the NFL has always been an idea of mine but I never had the time. Well, over summer I finally had some time, got a new/faster computer and started going to work. Anyone who has followed my other threads, know that I'm not a big logo designer but I learned how to use Illustrator and with this new knowledge, there will be some logo changes to the league. Before I get started, I just want to lay down some guidelines for this thread. One helmet rule still applies (I don't hate this rule because I don't want NFL teams having multiple different helmets like in college). Color Rush uniforms for every team No NFL 100 logo on helmets and uniforms I'll start out with my favorite team's division and work through the NFC, then the AFC, and then I might finish it out with a few surprises. In my next post I'll have the Packers' concepts. Alright here we go. NFC NORTH NFC EAST NFC SOUTH NFC WEST Chicago Bears Dallas Cowboys v2.0 Atlanta Falcons v2.0 Arizona Cardinals 2.0 3.0 Detroit Lions v2.0 v3.0 New York Giants Carolina Panthers v2.0 Los Angeles Rams Green Bay Packers Philadelphia Eagles v2.0 v3.0 New Orleans Saints San Francisco 49ers v2.0 Minnesota Vikings v2.0 Washington Redtails v2.0 v3.0 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Seattle Seahawks v2.0 AFC NORTH AFC EAST AFC SOUTH AFC WEST Baltimore Ravens Buffalo Bills Houston Texans Denver Broncos Cleveland Browns Miami Dolphins Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs Cincinnati Bengals New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars Las Vegas Raiders Pittsburgh Steelers New York Jets v2.0 Tennessee Titans Los Angeles Chargers
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