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  1. Hereby we present the... GORANIA FOOTBALL LEAGUE Team Information: Background: About Gorania - the country: Cities of Gorania: Chavez - the national capital located in southern Gorania. Chavez is an economic hub, with strong financial and business sectors, and has a strong government presence. It is the largest city, with a metropolitan population of 2.6 million. Culturally, it resembles London, Melbourne, New York City and Shanghai, as it hosts the national stock exchange, and a lively commercial scene. Chavez has a strong coffee culture, with coffee being popular inside the city and the capital district. It is a multicultural city as well, with many people from many different cultures calling the city home. Day - a financial centre in eastern Gorania, and the capital of Wakefield. The metropolitan population sits at 1.5 million inhabitants. Day has a lot of financial and retail corporations, and as a result, the economy is heavily reliant on services. Culturally it has a strong resemblance to Chicago. In addition, Day is an inland port and its port traffic is one of the largest in the country, with a lot of supplies entering the civic ports. Grimm - a relaxed city located in the west of Gorania, and is the state capital of Schil. The population is currently at 1.3 million people. Grimm culturally resembles Barcelona and Brisbane, and is known to be more relaxed in lifestyle, as well as being a cultural hub within the nation. The weather in Grimm is warmer compared to Chavez and Day. Grimm hosts clothing businesses, and is a major commerce hub. It has its share of water power, as it is located near a lake. Richburg - known as the industrial hub of Gorania and the capital of Pappland. Resembling Manchester and Pittsburgh in the past, it has a strong manufacturing and industrial sector, with a civic population of 1.2 million as of 1949. Light industries such as textile manufacturing and heavy industries such as steel call the city home. It is the heart of manufacturing in Gorania. Inhabitants are colloquially nicknamed "Pappoos". Angerer - the fifth largest city of Gorania. It is the capital of Cythos and is known to be a food products hub. It is known to be a leisurely city, with large lakes nearby, giving it a Minneapolis-like vibe. Due to its higher altitude, Angerer is a relatively colder city, giving it a similar cooling effect compared to Rwanda and Switzerland and has a population of 1.1 million. Ulbrich - It is the capital of the small northern state of Abralia. The city has strong potential in being an engineering hub, due to the development of aircraft. Presently, there is a strong resemblance to Seattle with its thriving aviation industry. In addition to its thriving aviation industry, it is a major port of the country, with it being a major port of trade with many European countries and the Indian subcontinent. It holds a population of 297,500 people. One of the most prestigious universities in the country is located there, Warren University. Washington - a fast-growing city known with a growing business sector. The city population stands at 245,600. However as of 1949 the population is still relatively small. Blalock - the capital of Elzburg, Blalock has enjoyed a population boom since the end of World War II with a vibrant film industry. It is the national hub of Goranian films. It has a small but fast-growing banking sector. The civic population is 241,600. Somewhat it resembles Buenos Aires and Los Angeles at present, but has a touch of Zurich. Tolliver - a fast growing city, but as of 1949, the population is still relatively small. Xiong - a city with a thriving fashion industry and hosts a population of 507,000. It is the smallest city to host a foundation team in the league. It is the second largest city in Wakefield. Manderino - another blue-collar industrial city sitting near a lake in the state of Buffie, and is the state capital. Its population holds at 547,000 and most of its population are employed in the automotive industry. It is home to the local car brand, Mount. Effectively it is like Detroit in its heyday, as well as Toyota (the city, not the car), Hamamatsu and Geelong post-WWII. Ruddy - The primary city of Thurley and the state's capital. It holds a population of 624,800. Ruddy is a services hub which surrounds a large agricultural area, in which the agricultural area in Thurley resembles North Dakota, Minnesota and Saskatchewan. Since Thurley is the breadbasket of Gorania, Ruddy is a centre of food processing, and the city is known for its bakeries. In addition, Ruddy has a strong culture in coffee, and the city has its signature coffee houses, comparable to Vienna. Introducing the League: In 1945, a figure in George Nakamura suggested to form a national Australian rules football league around the country. He suggested teams from the five largest cities of Chavez, Day, Grimm, Richburg and Angerer to field teams in the national league, with a sixth team later chosen to be in Xiong, the second largest city in Wakefield. In November 1945, Nakamura suggested a proposed logo for the national league. Premiers: 1946 - Chavez 1947 - Day 1948 - Richburg 1949 - Day 1950 - Angerer
  2. This is the story of the International Velo Federation (IVF). In this thread you will be able to follow from the very beginnings the history of how the IVF came to be and each and every event thereafter. In keeping with this being a thread on a design website the story is going to feature many logo, uniforms, and even stadium designs and changes. I welcome comments, opinions, and questions. Also, in keeping with this being a design website I will try my best to discuss what I was thinking as I created the designs you will see. As for the sport itself, Velo is a made-up bicycle racing game. The basic synopsis is this. Games are played in 3-5 races that are called sets. In a set each team has 3 riders competing, so altogether between the two competing teams 6 riders are on the track (Velodrome) per set. Only one team can score in a set. A point is scored by each rider who finishes before the first finisher on the losing team. So, in a given set the most a team can score is 3 points. If you sit and consider how this will work, that is why game lengths range from 3-5 sets. If by the third sets completion one team has 7 and the other had 0, the last two sets are not needed to be played because only 6 possible points remain on the board. Even if the trailing team got them all the final score would be 7-6 and they would still lose. This may become clearer as this thread plays out. I am going to post a detailed game sheet for every game ever played. Again, I welcome questions. They will help to clarify as this goes on. On a team’s roster there are 6 riders and a coach. A team may also have 1 or 2 assistant coaches. The players are listed on a roster by position; Leadoff (this is also the captain and most often fastest rider on the team), Middle, Cleanup, First Option, Second Option, and Third Option. The first three (Leadoff, Middle, and Cleanup) make up a team’s line or starters. They will be the players to race in the first set of games. The other three positions make up the bench or options. These are the players that may be rotated in for the later sets. At least one bench player will see action in the game because rules dictate that at least one change in lineup must be made one set to another and no rider may be in more then three consecutive sets of a game. There are exceptions to the rules laid out in this paragraph but as to not congest this initial post to much those can be explained in due time or through your encouraged questions. So, to begin allow me to give the quick back story set up and then end for tonight with the first logos and uniforms.
  3. While browsing through the concepts forum one day, I decided that I wanted to make my own concept. I wanted to do a league of some sort, particularly for football. But I just didn't know what to do. Then it came to me, Fast Food Football League. So without further ado, here it is: The Fast Food Football League, or FFFL, was founded in the spring of 2009 by the CEOs of some major fast food chains to promote their restaurants and to prove which fast food venue was truly the best. The first season was held in the spring of 2010 with only 4 teams. These teams came from the following restaurants: - McDonald's - Taco Bell - Arby's - Chikfila I will be putting together the team logos soon.
  4. Hey there folks, I thought I would take some time and post my concepts for a professional kübb league aptly named the "Professional Kübb League". For those of you (read: most of you) who are not familiar with the game of kübb, it is a lawn game similar to horseshoes wherein wooden sticks (or, if you want to be pretentious (which I do), kastpinnars) are thrown at wooden blocks (or kübbs) with the intent of knocking them down. Here's a You Tube video showing the game in action (ignore the femurs-and-skulls talk). This game is believed to derive from the Swedish island of Gotland; as a result, it is primarily played in the United States in areas with substantial Scandinavian populations. I've played kübb with friends and family for years, and it's a game best played with a beer in your free hand. With that in mind, I thought it would be fun and somewhat incongruous to imagine a world in which kübb was a serious spectator sport that drew crowds similar in size to American soccer and tennis matches. And so it came to pass that the Professional Kübb League was born. The League was founded in 1993 by a group of college kids in Minnesota and Wisconsin who formed teams in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Eau Claire, and Madison. Since the game itself does not take very long, they decided to form games into matches consisting of a best-of-5 series. Each team has four players with two players per team in each game, with the requirement being that each player needs to participate in at least one game. As the game gained popularity, it added teams in a first wave of expansion to Rochester and La Crosse in 2002 and Des Moines and Milwaukee in 2014. The league logo is located below, celebrating the game's Swedish heritage with a blue-and-yellow color scheme and showcasing the five kübbs on one's back row and the king in the middle. I got the crest shape idea from Mockba's excellent League du Nord series, which is the source of a lot of my aesthetic inspirations for this league. East Division Eau Claire Kings La Crosse Crosscuts Madison Woodchucks Milwaukee Growlers West Division Des Moines Dragons Minneapolis Kübbs Rochester Berserkers Saint Paul Gray Ducks League Map I have all the squads done and intend to release one every other day starting tomorrow to get some C&C between teams. In the meantime, let me know what you think of the league logo and feel free to express your emotions about this league in whatever manner you see fit.
  5. Hello everyone! im giving this blog thing a try. For a year now I've had ideas for a semi pro league in the united states. I've created teams and a history. I will begin with the first season the 1972 season. the league was founded by new York businessman Walter Simpson, and was funded by basketball hungry tv deals.
  6. Over the past couple of years I have been striving to improve my graphic design skills as I am looking to go into that field once I have completed my education. I love the ideas of sports branding, logo creation, clothing design, etc. and I try to continue to improve every time I start a new project. However, I have been struggling with an aspect that almost all creators have gone through when starting out: consistency. I am hoping that I can continually be able to design the teams for this league as need be, starting from now. I am hoping to release a team every 1-3 days and I am going to try and hold myself to that. The North American Football League lives in a world when football was the main sport at center stage of the world instead of soccer. Aspects of safety and fatigue had become a thing of the past as the advancements of the leagues equipment up to this point have made injuries one of the rarest occurrences in the league. This allowed the owners of the league to expand their league to the far reaches of North America, and to expand the leagues schedule to maximize revenue and entertainment. The League currently sits at 72 teams all across North America, while the scheduled amount of games has increased to 36 games per regular season, with 4 playoff rounds to determine the champion. NAFL Logo The Ten Stars represent the original ten teams that began the league all the way back in 1896, while the red, white, and blue are representative of the United States.
  7. American Street League is a street hockey league that was supposed to resemble the BIG3 basketball league. Less players, a center, two wings and a goalie. First one to 10 goals wins. There are only 4 teams. Chicago Wind Sox, Green Bay Great Lakers, Los Angeles Californians and New York Boroughs. Side note - I would love to see an artist on here, who has actual skill doing this unlike myself, (lol) create a Street Hockey League kinda like the BIG3 basketball league. It seems like it would be a fun project with really creative teams and just a fun league in general. **Some of these logos have been used on a different username of mine that I forgot the password too.
  8. Football Uniforms designed as Rick and Morty characters. LEAGUE C-137 From Top Left to Bottom Right C-137 Division Rick Sanchez Morty Smith Jerry Smith Beth Smith/Sanchez Summer Smith Mr. Goldenfold Universe Division Birdperson Real Fake Doors Gazorpazorpfield Ants In My Eyes Johnson Pencilvester Scary Terry
  9. WELCOME TO THE FANTASY HOCKEY LEAGUE! I created the fantasy hockey league in March of 2017 and orginally is a league with 16 team members divided into the Eastern and Western Conferences. Both Conferences have 8 teams and two divisons of 4 each. Each team plays another from the other conference and other divison twice (once home and once away), and plays the members in their own division four times (twice home and twice away) for a grand total of 36 games. At the end of a season, the top two in each division will enter the Fantasy Hockey Championship Playoffs. The 8 teams that make the FHCP will play their divison rival in a best of 7 series and continue until two teams meet in the Fantasy Hockey League Championship. Team names and divison pairings will come closly but feel free to help me with designing logos and jerseys! Expanison will come and most importantly enjoy!
  10. In an alternate universe the American Football League was never created, instead it was the Federal Football League. Established in 1960, the FFL was a 16 team league with 2 conferences. There was the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference. Eastern conference consisted of BOSTON ADMIRALS / BROOKLYN ISLANDERS / BUFFALO SCOUTS / HARTFORD COYOTES / CINCINNATI GENERALS / INDIANA MAVERICKS / MIAMI SHARKS / ORLANDO STINGRAYS. Western Conference consisted of COLORADO COMETS / HOUSTON WRANGLERS / KANSAS CITY WARRIORS / NASHVILLE RAMBLERS / LAS VEGAS OUTLAWS / LOS ANGELES TIGERS / OAKLAND PIRATES / UTAH YELLOWJACKETS. Federal Football League played 10 seasons (1960 - 1969). In 1970, the Federal Football League merged with the National Football League. This merger created the American Football league in 1970. The AFL consisted of 2 conferences. Federal Conference and National Conference. Federal Football League's 16 teams now made up the Federal Conference and the National Football League's 16 teams now made up the National Conference in the American Football League. In this universe the American Football League is the present day 32 team league (1970 - Present). Now back to the Federal Football League. Founded in 1960 with 16 teams, the Federal Football League was just as popular as the National Football League. Their title game was named the Champions Bowl. Here you can see each teams' logo, wordmark and helmet. Federal Football League Logo
  11. So because I have no life as many of you guys don't either, I decided to make a CCSLC account. I did this so I can present my Madden CFM league thing. I took all of the AFC teams and relocated them to almost all of the cities on CFM that you can relocate to. There are 18 options, but since there's only 16 teams I didn't use Salt Lake City or Houston, because the team name/logo options sucked (with the exception of the Oilers.) I left the NFC teams alone and pretend they don't exist. What I do is simulate the games so I can watch and not control them. I will post weekly highlights and scores of the league when I can. Here are the rules and set up of the league: - A simulated fantasy draft was held at the beginning of the first season. - 7 min quarters, but game mode is set to "fast" so the scores are realistic to a real NFL game - 12 games per season, excluding preseason (each team plays an NFC team 4 times, but it counts as a forced win for the AFC team) -AFC championship counts as the final "championship" (super bowl is simulated and ignored) Here is an overview of the teams, but I'll post in depth each team later (uniforms, roster, etc): East: -London Black Knights -London Bulldogs -Brooklyn Bulls -Dublin Celtic Tigers North: -Columbus Aviators -Toronto Thunderbirds -Chicago Tigers -Portland Snowhawks South: -Oklahoma City Bisons -Mexico City Diablos -Orlando Sentinels -Memphis Steamers West: -Austin Desperados -San Antonio Dreadnoughts -Sacramento Miners -Los Angeles Red Dragons
  12. The Western Collegiate Ball Hockey Association (W.C.B.H.A.) is a fictional college ball hockey league located in the western United States. Teams compete using most of the same rules as the N.C.A.A. However one major rule change would be the floating blue line. The first season consist of 11 teams in the Pacific and Sierra conference. Teams play in 3 men’s divisions and 2 women’s divisions. Teams in the men’s and women’s division 1 play 34 games. Teams in the men’s and women’s division 2 play 24 games. Fallowing the regular season there is a single game elimination tournament with 8 teams. Teams in the men’s division 3 play 14 games. The regular season starts the first weekend in October and ends the last week of March. The tournament starts the first week of April. The men’s and women’s division 1 tournament will be held in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena. The men’s and women’s division 2 tournament will take place in Reno at the Reno Events Center. The men’s and women’s division 3 tournament will take place in San Jose at the Sharks Ice at San Jose. For those of you who don’t know what ball hockey check this out: http://www.isbhf.com/en/about-sport-w4/basic-rules-w23/ Men’s division 1 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University St Mary’s College of California University of California, Berkeley University of San Francisco Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of the pacific University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Men’s division 2 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University University of California, Berkeley Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Men’s division 3 Pacific conference San Jose State University Stanford University University of California, Berkeley Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Women’s division 1 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University St Mary’s College of California University of California, Berkeley University of San Francisco Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of the pacific University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Women’s division 2 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University University of California, Berkeley Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Logos:
  13. This is the National Zoneball League. Zoneball is a very simple game. It is a mixture of Rugby, Soccer, American Football and Australian Rules Football to a certain extent. The game is played in 45 minute halves, then the teams switch sides. There is only one objective to this game and that is to get the ball through the goal posts. There are no fouls. Literally anything goes. The only time there is a stoppage of play is when the ball goes out of bounds. Why Zoneball? There are 8 zones on each side of the field. Each one being worth a different point amount. The front middle zones are worth 2 points, the front end zones are worth 3 points. The back middle zones are worth 5 points and the back end zones are worth 7 points. If you kick it or throw it threw the goal posts from that zone then your team gets that many points. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. The neutral zone at mid field is where the two teams battle for the ball. Since you can not score unless you advance the ball past the neutral zone to the opposing zones, the battle in the neutral zone is an integral part of the game. Once again to reiterate, You can only score once you're team is in the opposing zones, the only stoppage of play is when the ball goes out of bounds, giving the other team a throw in. Each point value is determined by where you score, it doesn't matter how you score, just where you score from. There are no fouls. Anything goes. So far, The National Zoneball league is comprised of 4 associations: United States Association, United Kingdom Association, Canadian Association and Oceanian Association. Each Association has its own season, playoffs and champion. The champion of each association will then join together in a 4 team bracket to determine who is the true champion of the game. NZL Logo and Zoneball Field
  14. I teased this series in my Bucks modernization concept, but now the series is ready to go. I've plotted out a redesign of the NBA, with the intended goal of breaking up the monotony of most of the league's looks by placing its aesthetics between 70's/80's tradition and 90's crazy. These concepts also buck with current trends in the league, going back to the pre-Rev30 material (allowing for proper twill lettering, pinstripes, split numbers, and effects on the fabric) and having college lines on the courts (as I feel they add more color to the key). Also, a big thank you to Conrad for his NBA Font collection, as without it this project would have been impossible. Completed teams: Atlanta Hawks Boston Celtics Brooklyn Nets Charlotte Hornets (V2) (V3) Chicago Bulls Cleveland Cavaliers Dallas Mavericks (V2) Denver Nuggets (Court V2) (V2) Detroit Pistons (Road V2) Houston Rockets (V1.5) (V2) (V3) Indiana Pacers Kansas City Diesels (Alt V2) Los Angeles Clippers (V2) Los Angeles Lakers Memphis Grizzlies Miami Heat (V2) (V3) (V3.5) Milwaukee Bucks (Alt V2) (V2) Minnesota Timberwolves (V2) New Orleans Pelicans New York Knicks (V2) Oklahoma City Thunder (V2) (V3) Orlando Magic (V2A) (V2B) (V3) Philadelphia 76ers (V2) (V3) Phoenix Suns (V2) Portland Trail Blazers Sacramento Kings (Road V2) San Antonio Spurs San Francisco Warriors (V2) Seattle Supersonics (V2) Toronto Raptors (Alt V2) Utah Jazz (V2) (V3) Washington Federals Division Alignment and Design Compilations So, without any further delay, here's the first team in the league, the Atlanta Hawks! ATLANTA HAWKS When the Atlanta Hawks released their new secondary logo, I immediately leaped on the idea of a fauxback/neo-retro look for them (much like what I wish the Falcons would do). I started out by going back to the red and yellow color scheme, as red solo looked far too plain and black really cluttered up the look (also, I believe that any team that added black in the 90's when they did not have black before should remove all black from their color scheme, i.e. Calgary Flames, Cincinnati Reds, 1998-2011 New York Mets, etc.). So, I simply placed a yellow outline on the new secondary, adjusted the 2003 All-Star Game alternate logo to be the new secondary, and removed the beveling from the "ATL" logo. The court is a retro-styled look, with the new pac-hawk logo at center court, yellow detailing along with the red paint, and the retro Hawk within the 3-point line. Uniforms While I do appreciate the 'Nique-era look, I was not enough of a fan to bring it back full time. So, I decided to hybrid their late-70's look with their early 2000's look. I maintained the current lettering and number font, as it is my favorite part of their current look. Crew neck collars return, as they enhance the retro feel and the Hawks used them up until the Rev30 was introduced. The result is a fusion of classic sensibilities with some modern touches. The first alternate is a yellow alt based on this look (which was easy to recreate, thanks to Conrad's "Highlight Factory" font) that also justifies using the "ATL" script (because of the size issues related to the striping pattern), and the second is a throwback to the 'Nique era (they were too iconic to leave out of the redesign). Up next, the Boston Celtics!
  15. Hey guys! This is my first post, but I've been lurking the forum from a long time. I'm an amateur graphic designer and I love to design team crests and logos for fun, so I've thought that I should make a concept/fantasy league myself! POLSKA SUPER LIGA (POLISH SUPER LEAGUE)
  16. This is the United Basketball Association. The UBA is comprised of 5 different independent basketball leagues that merged together to form one large league. Each league became its own division. Northeast Basketball League was founded in 1960
  17. This is the USBL. The United States Baseball League is comprised of 32 teams. There are 4 divisions, (North, South, East and West) with 8 teams in each division. Team names and designs are inspired by the 1900’s - 1940’s baseball era. The USBL has a 100 game season. Each division winner makes the playoffs. There are also 4 wild card spots. Each division winner automatically gets a 1, 2, 3 or 4 seed. The teams with the next four best records will get the 5, 6, 7 and 8 seeds. NORTH Chicago Wind Sox Milwaukee Warriors Indiana Badgers Omaha Pioneers Minnesota Millers St. Louis Spiders Cincinnati Scouts Louisville Sluggers SOUTH San Antonio Outlaws Birmingham Bears Memphis Crows Houston Hurricanes Atlanta Zephyrs New Orleans Tiger Sharks Miami Waves Dallas Independents EAST New York Scrapers Detroit Motors Baltimore Birds Philadelphia Federals Boston Maroons Cleveland Ghosts Pittsburgh Buccaneers Washington Senators WEST Los Angeles Californians Portland Lumberjacks San Francisco Seals Denver Prospects San Jose Seagulls Oklahoma City Twisters Seattle Orcas Las Vegas Silvers
  18. AMERICAN FLASHBALL ASSOCIATION Back in January I started the AFA, and i didn't have the time to finish the league. Well, I am bringing the league back to life and want to make an interactive league with you guys. There will be 15 team spots available to join, I will own one team as well. Whoever joins will create their team unis and logos but there will be no rosters, just team sim, in which I will control all simulations. The rules top the league will be posted below! I hope you guys want to Join! RULES: League Logos: Post on here, or PM me if you are interested in joining! Future Conference: 1. Texas Stars 2. Sacramento Stags 3. Thunder Mountain Warriors 4. San Antonio Defenders Athletic Conference: 1. Colorado 303 2. Florida Flamingos 3. Maryland Oaks 4. Chicago Eagles LEAGUE SCHEDULE (First Ten Weeks): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cz9jD2n-W31tbpfCUUWsAGFk117N2Bu05pO5-6Bxb-Q/edit#gid=0 Scoring System (First Season Trial): Using two dice: First roll- Amount of TDs Scored (2 Points for Each TD) Then, for every TD scored there will be a conversion roll: For each Conversion Roll: 1,3 = 1 Pt (Success) 2,4 = 2 Pt (Success) 5,6 = 0 Pt (fail)
  19. Year is 2020. With the fall of the AFL (Arena Football League) and the popularity of small competing league. I was thinking of what it would look like to completely consolidate every arena football league into one super league. Hence the American Indoor Football League comes to life. All teams would play in the main league for year one but afterwards, teams would be put in a relegation system. Once the two tiers are made in year two, the top five times from Tier 2 would move up to Tier 1 and the worst five teams in Tier 1 would move to Tier 2. Every team will stay in what city they are currently in with possible room for relocation and/or expansion, But team logos, colors and identities will change. I need your guys help! You CAN start a team (become the gm), find a location, design the uniforms and logos. 1. Tell me what team will be your choosing, location to play and design a winner.
  20. WORLD PREMIER LEAGUE This is a 16 team league, 8 in the Eastern Conference and 8 in the Western Conference. Teams: East Chicago FC New York City Los Angeles Athletic Mexico City Buenos Aires Club Toronto Northern Rio De Janeiro Vancouver SC West Sydney Coast Tokyo Rising London Royals Madrid FC Rome FC Dublin Athletic Paris United Johannesburg FC World Premier League Logo
  21. UPDATE UNITED STATES BASEBALL LEAGUE Teams WILL BE UPDATED IN A NEW TOPIC
  22. Here is a GIF of the progression of my Gold Medal winning Logolypiad entry.
  23. NotZeeNan

    NABL

    i have decided to create a baseball league concept project, based somewhat off of the USFL logos and team names I Started with the Arizona Bulls, which was changed from the Wranglers of the USFL, But was changed
  24. So the polls spoke, and the first EA Sports game in my crEAtion Series will be FIFA 18. All of these games will be for the 2018 season since the 17s are coming soon. I did this because I wanted to make new covers. Speaking of which: I simplified the design for the EA Sports logo and the title of the game, but the background and (obviously) the cover athlete will be different. FOREGROUND: - Red and Blue rectangles - Simple EA Sports logo - Title of game has white lettering with a different color for the number BOTTOM: - Rating - Official License - (different games) Television Presentation - Playing surface of sport the game is based on BACKGROUND: - Cover Athlete(s) - "Tear Effect" with different colors - Specific images associated with cover athlete/team Now, kicking this series off, I will work on FIFA's PitchBuilder and LeagueBuilder. Stay tuned...
  25. Messin' around with some secondary logo concepts for Newcastle United. FYI, the blue color variations translated a little weird for the preview image. The full-sized image is more accurate to the concept vision.