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This is my first concept on here and is for my UNM Lobos... So far I have made 4 different uniforms in this concept. The main colors are cherry, silver, white, and dark gray. C&C is definitely welcome! I found this template on the boards made by Scott Springer. Current Version of Home Uniform Concept: Current Version of Away Uniform Concept: Current Version of Alternate 1 Uniform Concept: Current Version of Alternate 2 Uniform Concept:
So I've decided to try my hand at designing a logo with the hope of someday obtaining a small percentage of the skill I see so many have here on this board. I've decided to go with something I know pretty well, the imagery from my childhood home, Albuquerque, New Mexico. I'm planning to use some of the common colors and design aspects of the region to come up with a logo set for a professional sports organization called Sporting New Mexico. My concept is that Sporting actually operates teams in a wide variety of different sports (allowing me to eventually get some good practice with a variety of jersey designs). As such the logo itself is specifically meant to not be specific to any particular sport and is more influenced by the style of traditional European soccer (football/fusball/etc) logos and shields more so than the style of American sports. All of that being said I've gotten a rough draft of sorts done up in paint and am looking to switch to photoshop elements moving forward from this first cut but I was hoping to perhaps get a bit of feedback based on what I've got so far. This first one is my version of a thunderbird for the team, it's a commonly used style and bird for the region and I've got it in one of the three primary colors I am looking to use, turquoise. The next two are a couple different options I've got currently for the primary shield logo, both making use of the thunderbird from above and adding in more of the other two primary colors, red and a yellow/gold. As I mentioned this is my first crack at design and I would greatly appreciate any comments or pointers for moving forward. Thanks!