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  1. Hey guys- My name is Stephen Smith, and I am a new member. I have stalked the boards for a little while, but finally decided to join in. My first topic I will post here is on one of my personal hockey leagues: the United League of Ice Hockey. HISTORY The ULIH was founded on April 6th, 1946, and began play on November 3rd of that year with four teams: the Pittsburgh Cougars, Detroit Bulldogs, Toronto Tigers, and the Boston Portsides. As the league grew in popularity, it expanded west then south, and by 2006 had a total of 20 teams. The most recent Williams Cup champions are the Detroit Power, with the league MVP going to Utah Scouts goalie Tyler Simmons. TEAMS The league is divided up into 2 divisions with 10 teams in each: EAST: Detroit Power Montreal Saints Toronto Tigers Boston Ports New York Knights Miami Skippers Chicago Stars Minnesota Thunderbirds Washington Eagles Tennessee Pioneers Philadelphia* WEST: Seattle Metros Vancouver Kodiaks Calgary Steers Denver Bandits Los Angeles Quakes Arizona Scorpions Houston Eclipse San Francisco Internationals Utah Scouts Las Vegas Devils Saskatchewan* *=Expansions needing names To start the series, here is the division and league logos: Now I know these are a bit big-I'll try to get that fixed. In the meantime, C&C is welcome! EDIT*: Montreal Patriotes renamed the Montreal Saints.
  2. How's it going everyone, Happy Memorial Day! Last week I made a concept updating the current Cleveland Indians uniforms by tweaking a few things and I wasn't really satisfied, so I started updating everything on a new template that is used on the team's wikipedia page. I'll give a hat to cleats description and explain each uniform with a few notes to point out as well. Also to point out, the patch on the right sleeve is the Al Rosen #7 memorial patch the team is wearing for this season. Home Uniform: Hat: Blue hat with the chief wahoo logo and red bill Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: White jersey with red piping, Indians going across with red lettering and a blue trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Heavily favors the design of the uniforms worn from 1994-2001. Worn for Sunday night games instead of Sunday alternate. Away Uniform: Hat: All blue hat with block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Grey jersey with blue piping, Cleveland going across with blue lettering and a red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats:Blue socks and black cleats Notes: No changes made to the entire uniform except the addition of the blue piping going down the jersey and the red stripe going down the side of the pants next to the blue stripe. Alternate 1 Home Uniform: Hat: blue hat with red bill and block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Cream jersey with blue piping, Indians going across in blue lettering and a red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Cream pants with blue and red piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and Red cleats Notes: Only worn for Saturday and Sunday afternoon home games. Combines the 80's/90's uni's with an old school cream colored uniform. Alternate Away Uniform 1: Hat: All blue hat with Chief Wahoo logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Grey jersey with blue piping, Indians going across with red lettering and a blue trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Blue socks and black cleats Notes: Worn for select away games. Heavily favors the design of the away uniforms worn from 1994-2001 except script Cleveland is replaced by script Indians. Alternate Home Uniform 2: Hat: Blue hat with red bill with Chief Wahoo logo Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: Blue jersey with red piping, Indians going across with red lettering and a white trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Worn on select weekday night games. Heavily favors the design of the alternate blue uniforms worn from 1998-1999 except script Cleveland is replaced by script Indians. Alternate Away Uniform 2: Hat: All blue hat with Block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Blue jersey with red piping, Cleveland going across in white lettering and a red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Blue socks and black cleats Notes: Worn on select away games The jersey is modeled after the blue alternate worn from 1998-1999 except Cleveland is in block lettering. Alternate Home Uniform 3: Hat: Blue hat with red bill with Chief Wahoo logo Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: Red jersey with blue piping, Indians going across in white lettering and a blue trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Worn on Friday night home games and all Saturday night home games. Based off of 1997 All-Star Game HR Derby jerseys and plays homage to the red jerseys worn during the crooked C era. BP Home/Spring Training Home Uniform: Hat: Red hat with blue bill with block C logo Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: Blue Spring Training Jersey with red stripe down the sides, Indians going across in white lettering and red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Socks, cleats, and belt changes to blue during Spring Training. BP Away/Spring Training Away Uniform: Hat: Red hat with blue bill with block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Blue Spring Training Jersey with red stripe down the sides, Indians going across in white lettering and red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red stripe down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Blue socks and black cleats What do you think of this concept? I honestly as a fan, this set looks 10x better than the current sets the Tribe wears now and have always been a fan of the red dominating the home uniform as dominant blue has been an overkill with every team. Tell me what do you honestly think? Let me know.
  3. I'll be posting concepts I've been working on in this thread. I tried to make at least a few significant changes to each team's uniforms but there were some that I simply couldn't change outside of a few tweaks here and there. I know that the NFL has a "one helmet" rule, but I decided to ignore that for these designs. Teams will typically have two helmets (one that goes with their home and away uniform and one for their alternate set). Criticism and advice is always welcome. Thanks for reading and first up is the Titans. I've heard rumors that Tennessee plans on switching to dark blue as their primary home jersey, so I set their dark blue set as their home and their light blue one as their alternate. Home: Away: Alternate:
  4. Hi Guys, Recently, my high school alumni basketball teammates has assigned me to design our new uniform. We will be competing in a small league (in Jakarta, Indonesia) that'll pitted us with other high school alumni, mostly it just us 34-43 yo guys playing ball, reliving our teenage days This is actually my first experience in designing uniform/apparel and boy, was I lucky to came across this forum to get mock ups and most importantly, ideas. Long story short, I came up with one design that combine Nets, Spurs and Raptors uniform. I also tried to make the logo as simple as possible, just because logo development has never really been my forte. Kindly let me know what you guys think, any kind of feedback will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  5. Interested in seeing what the logo board has to say. I originally designed the Blue helmets and got great response, but lots of people wanted the Black helmet. Which do you like better?
  6. This is an idea I've had for a while and started working on about 2 weeks ago. Then today, somebody suggested something similar in the "ugliest matchup" thread, so I thought I'd better get mine going before somebody beat me to it. Anyway, the idea is simple (in fact its probably already been done)... take a uniform from the past and a uniform from the present and combine them. My idea was to go with the colors and logos of one team, and cram it onto the uniform of another, basically. So here goes... First, I'm taking the Seahawks... nice colors, good logo... and putting it onto the classic Oilers uniform... one of the best designs in NFL history... And getting this...
  7. Hello everyone, I received a request for my kit template and I figured I would mock it up and release it in SVG. This template is entirely custom designed. I have exported all text to paths so it should show up as the exact image below when you download it. That way you don't have to worry about having a font installed or looking goofy when you open the file. Click the image to reach the download link.
  8. Im back!!!!! After a brief hiatus I'm back this time with the Jacksonville Jaguars getting a much needed facelift
  9. I always thought it'd be amazing if the Olympic Committee added American Football to the Summer Olympics. There's no doubt that the U.S. would win gold every year. Since it seems like the USA has the best uniforms at the Olympics and other world sporting events, I wondered what our football uniforms would look like. I decided to go a little more simple on the home uniforms, but I kinda wanted to go all out on the road uniforms. I will be starting on red alternate uniforms soon. Please leave feedback. If you have ideas, don't hesitate to let me know. Every suggestion matters. Thank you. Navy (Home) White (Road) Red (Alternate)
  10. Hey everyone I have been working on a high school football uniform database for London, Ontario for a while using a generic template, but now I have decided to create my own that wasn't generic, including different stitching and piping patterns. The schools in my city use mainly Under Armour, but also use Nike, Russell, AI, and Game Tuff Athletics. I started with Russell and this is what it looks like: And this is what it looks like with a design on it. AB Lucas SS 2014 uniforms (NOTE: Helmet is not made by myself) Any feedback on the template is appreciated. I will post Under Armour and Nike next
  11. Here's the uniforms Here's the logo set For the uniforms, I kept the basic template fairly the same with the lightning bolt based design, however the obvious updates are the new color of foam green which replaces navy along with a new powder blue and yellow that are similar but not the same to what they use now, a new font which is one of Conrad's (thank you) called Tempe, a white facemask, and a return to the blue jersey/yellow pants scheme. There are yellow numbers as well. With the logos, the bolt stays but is recolored to fit the new scheme. I made a secondary based off of the old horse logo but changed some things. C&C would be awesome! Thanks!
  12. These MLB Uniforms will be a mixture of simple tweaks, concepts and a little bit of past mixed with present. Hope you like them. C and C is always welcome.
  13. OK - so word came down from the NFL meetings today that expansion of the playoffs for 2014 was tabled for more discussion. That most likely means it will be here in 2015. So, that being said, we all know that if teams want to improve (i.e., and win the Super Bowl), they go out there and change either their logo, or color scheme, or uniforms, etc. So, other than the rumored changes already coming for the Browns and Rams, does anyone else know of anything on tap? More Rams info: http://nfl.si.com/2013/08/14/st-louis-rams-uniform-change-future/ and http://nfl.si.com/2014/04/24/st-louis-rams-uniform-change/
  14. Has anyone else noticed that in an overwhelming amount of football movies, teams are regularly featured in color-on-color match ups? Rarely do you see a football movie that shows the road team wearing white. I'm wondering (a) why or how this trend got started and ( why it's so prevalent? This does happen in other sports movies as well (hockey, basketball), also baseball seems to buck the trend since most teams tend to wear whites / grays / creams anyway. Also, it seems to be limited to fictional movies. Films based on real-life events like Brian's Song or Rudy, tend to have more accurate uniforms since the filmmakers can draw from photographic evidence of the actual games and seasons. Thoughts?
  15. After what happened with my Tennessee concept (four others soon came out with there own), I thought about not posting this. But nah- I'm not superstitious. That wasn't my fault. Anyways... Texas A&M comes out with a one-off alternate every year, so I thought it'd share my concept. I love the Texas logo, so I used that on the pants and on the helmet. The sleeves feature a gradient fade and so does the socks. Gray is also used as a secondary color. I realize the Aggies don't use Nike but I used the Nike hypercool template so I don't really have a choice. Enjoy!
  16. This is my first real post, hope you all like it, and would love some feed back. I am also currently working on a Seattle Mariners Rebranding concept. So I will post that as soon as I get a chance.
  17. LEWJ

    Bills Tweak

    I decided to take a stab at the Bills. And then I realized I actually really like their look. So this is moreso a tweak (and practice for me). Changes: -Modified the striping to be pretty consistent all across the board (including helmet--no tapered stripes) -Modified a block font to include slightly rounded edges as seen in the BILLS wordmark -Modified the socks... so that they make sense -Removed the wordmark from the jersey--for cleanliness' sake -Used a serif block font on the nameplate to better match other elements -Added "RCW" to rear helmet bumper (contemplated adding it to jersey in a small capacity) -Collar striping it slightly different (red trim on top and bottom of collar) All-in-all I'm actually really impressed with the quality of this concept, not necessarily the idea itself. I'm happy with the time I put into it, resulting in its cleanliness (IMO). (Made in MS Paint.) C&C?
  18. While the Hawks brought "back" the "Pac," their uniforms still reek of a generic uniform and rebrand that has been pretty unpopular with fans. I've always been a proponent of the Hawks going all the way back to their 90s color scheme, but with the new logo and a slight rebrand this past year, I wanted to give them uniforms to match. For context: The Hawks not only unveiled the pac logo, but also have pretty much phased out the Hawk head and the full-body Hawk. However, the uniforms remain similar, with logo replacements being the only changes, and the court, to me, doesn't reflect their new identity. If you check out the team's website, social media, etc., there's been a new emphasis on red, with blue becoming much more of an accent. When I think of the old brand, I think of beveled lettering where navy blue and silver stand out, and piping that also brings the blue and silver into the forefront, with red as the accent. While the team has changed its image, the uniforms remain primarily white, navy, silver and red. So here's a change that reflects their new identity, which has focused on clean and simplistic presentation and A LOT OF RED.
  19. Hi guys, I have made this concept for the Jupiter Hammerheads. In the primary logo I wanted to cue that the logo was for a baseball team through the typography rather than putting an actual baseball. I Kept the typography to a classic baseball script. I thought it kept the feeling of fluidity that was present in the shark illustration. I also liked the idea of a cap logo that incorporated both the "J" and the "H" in the same letterform without looking out of place. I also wanted to pay homage to the history of the club so I kept the lighthouse in a secondary logo that can be used for an arm patch. I would love to get feedback thanks.
  20. With Major League Baseball's minor league systems playing a critical role in their development, and the D League somewhat recently becoming a successful component of the NBA, I thought it would be fun to see what it might look like if the NFL joined this trend and created a development league themselves. So without further to do, here is a long project in the making, the PFL: The Progressive Football League. Complete with 16 franchises spanning the length of the entire country (and then some), the PFL aims to work as a competitive organization that allows athletes that are not quite ready for the professional rankings to continue their development and gain preparation for NFL. Below we get a grasp of what the league is all about, showing how the teams are organized, as well as the basic specifications for each franchise. It is important to note that these teams aren't associated with specific NFL franchises, but rather just a separate, lower league that gives athletes experience before, if deemed ready, being called up to the big time. The first franchise to be shortly introduced will be the Spokane Killer Whales. Here's a preview.
  21. very happy to be able to wrap this one up before the end of the year, it's been my personal project for the last 4 months. you can see the whole project on Behance here: WORD MARK & TYPE the word mark is a modified version of Rush which you can get from SportsFonts.squarespace.com and the supporting font Century Gothic. Amarillo (the font used by the USAF) will be the secondary choice. I felt it was important to keep the lightning bolt around and extend it into the identity in other places besides the football helmet and primary logo. it's the key element of the identity here PRIMARY LOGO This logo actually started as a concept for a client but they didn't like it. I felt it was good enough to try in the Air Force project and ended up liking it way more than any of the sketches i had at the time. again the lightning bolt makes an appearance here. FIELD DESIGN secondary logo at midfield and i always like trying some new, odd things with the end zone art. again, lightning bolt. doesnt need to be anything else. UNIFORM i hope you all like this because its one of my personal favorite uniform designs i've created. i think you can connect the pics to how i used them in the uniform design. i imagine the shoulder design changing to match whatever rank the player holds similar to how UnderArmor designed navy's latest alternate. the lightning bolt on the side has always been at a downward angle and i just done think it fits on the helmet really well that way. this rotation give a sense of upward movement (if i were a Nike copywriter i'd say "it's inspired by the angle of an F-16 taking off from an aircraft carrier before it goes hunting from the shadows"). the helmet stripe has ann F-16 at the front and the white design meant to mimic a contrail from the exhaust. ALT HELMETS I never designed any alt jerseys or pants because i had 2 other helmets i really wanted to use and wanted to keep the overall options as minimal as possible. both are inspired by AF aircraft and use the same 2 grays, Ghost Gray, and Gunship Gray. the number on the back would change with the player of course and so would the position next to it on the back. for example a RB with the no. 23 would have "AF RB 23" on the back of his helmet. THUNDERBIRDS One of the main reasons i chose to do a whole identity for Air Force was the chance to design a uniform based on the USAF Thunderbirds. looking into their history i found all kinds of great visuals. the planes have been silver for most of their history which was new to me and i might design another uni that uses silver helmets, but just the white for now. Andrew Harrington suggested doing some sort of tribute to a fallen slot pilot (number 4). the Thunderbirds used to paint the "fin" of their slot plane black but took Harry's suggestion and went with an upside down number. i felt the Tbird uni they had a couple of years ago was OK, but it took some elements from the planes and shoehorned them onto the football uniform. i designed the whole uni with the same mindset the actual planes are painted in, following the shape and curves of the uniform pieces to create something that looks like it belongs there.
  22. Hi all, here's an Orca's team concept i've been working on. I'd love to get some C&C on the logos and unis.
  23. Hi guys! I’m exciting to start sharing this personal project with the community. These designs have been in the works since April and I’m finally at the point where I’m happy with all of the work that I’ve done. This is easily the concept that I’ve enjoyed working on the most during my time on these boards so I hope you guys enjoy it. Despite the fact that this concept is “finalized” in my mind I am still very open to critiques and criticism. There are always areas that can be improved and the members of this community tend to have some great ideas, so let me know what you think. Taking inspiration from Nike’s widely praised work for the Ohio State Buckeyes football program in the 2012 and 2013 seasons, the Nike VS. series aims to create modern interpretations of classic and timeless uniforms. These uniforms will be showcased and pitted against each other in some of the country’s most heated rivalry games during the 2014 season. The goal being to draw attention to the long and storied history of each rivalry while acknowledging the modern progression that has occurred. For some schools this will entail a refreshing take on a look they have worn for decades. While for others these uniforms will take their inspiration from teams of the past. Release Schedule Oregon VS Oregon State 7/28 Florida State VS Miami 8/1 Alabama VS LSU 8/4
  24. This concept is one of the few little practice projects I've started and decidedto finish. I've always hated the Penguins vegas gold. It's just nasty. Athletic gold is better suited, IMO. It always looked good. Here I decided to go with a pretty simple design that pays homage to some of their older sets. The most obvious inspiration comes from the Pens sets from the '80s. The gold sleeves aren't exactly my favorite on the white jersey, but I've always loved the black jersey (their current throwback). I switched up the striping a little bit to make the white jersey a little bit less gold-heavy. I think the color distribution is a bit more appealing in this case. I've tried out a pointed shoulder yoke seam, which accentuates the alternate logo, as well as very subtly paying homage to my favorite set (pointed yokes from the '92-'02 set). The alternate logo is just an idea I was messing around with. I wanted to use a triangular logo on the shoulder, but they've always lacked secondary logos. I wanted to stay far away from using a roundel logo. C&C Please
  25. After a few months of trolling around for a Nike Basketball Template, I have decided to make my first attempt at developing a template. This comes with a front, back, left and right side views - the side views are situated in the same spot but hidden to reduce clutter. I also added the mesh pattern. Lastly, I was hoping for some more tips and tricks from the pros here. What can I add to make the Template more realistic? Is there anyone that can help clean it up? Without further adieu, after numerous Google searches for tips and tricks, here is the finished product: I do want to give credit to vnardella5 (http://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/93604-nike-basketball-template-in-progress/) for inspiring the template from the Nike catalog.