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  1. I am working on an athletic logo and branding for my high school alma mater. The school asked me to come up with a new logo (or logos) for the sports teams; in the past they have used the school's academic logo for the sports teams. It has an odd gradient, so it is really difficult to reproduce on clothing (and the students don't like it so they tend to not wear any school gear). The school has always been blue and white, but the principal and athletic director want to add orange as a new color. Their mascot is the flames, and their initials are SCS (or just SC), so I am trying to work an SC(S) into a flame design. Now I would like some feedback. Which of these options does the best to make both the flame and the SC most recognizable (or is the entire idea not working)? Please note: These are still somewhat rough; I skewed and rotated them. After I pick a final design, I will go back through and rework some curves, reapply the outlines, and add the sharper outlines on the top and bottom of the flame like what is shown in #3. So please don't base your opinion of which logo is best to which one is currently cleanest; please let me know which one has the shape that best shows a flame and an SC concurrently. I know the differences are subtle, so I also made a gif that helps see the differences. I also wanted to come up with an idea that was a bit more adventurous and stretched the idea of the name Flames. I proposed working on a phoenix-bursting-into-flames logo, and somewhat surprisingly to me, the AD and principal both liked the idea. I think I am almost finished with it and thought I would share it here. I'd be happy for C&C on it as well.
  2. ESPN is unveiling a new set for SportsCenter, IMO it's much better than the old set. But I don't think it needed to be updated. After breaking ground on it more than two years ago, ESPN is finally ready to show viewers the Digital Center 2. In the 194,000-square foot building, located at its Bristol, CT campus, the sports media giant plans to have a total of five studios, one of which is now officially the new home of SportsCenter. As part of the move, the popular up-to-the-minute news show will be waving goodbye to the old Digital Center 1, a 10-year-old, 120,000-square foot space that has been its home for the past few years. "DC-1 was opened 10 years ago; we were only built for [broadcasting] 4 to 5 hours a day, now we're doing like 17 hours," Rob King, senior vice president at ESPN, told Engadget. "It's been seven years in the making; DC-2 was built to be future-proof." With this in mind, King says the new building is prepared to handle the next wave of technology, whether that be producing content in 4K and 8K, or doing things like adapting shows to be interactive with social media.-from engadget http://www.engadget.com/2014/06/22/espn-digital-center-2/?ncid=rss_truncated
  3. Guys, "another one!" .. hope you like it .. Went with colorfull, sleek and simple look. Let's here it? http://imgur.com/80jmjS8
  4. Guys, "another one!" .. hope you like it .. Went with colorfull, sleek and simple look. Let's here it?
  5. Well, I am wondering how this flew under the radar. But we (in Columbia, SC) are getting the team previously known as the Savannah Sand Gnats. I just can't wait to see what the official color palate will be (not to mention the color-optimized workup by Colorwerx should he choose to do one....). The story behind them is here: http://www.columbiabusinessreport.com/news/55290-fireflies-anyone-columbia-baseball-club-unveils-team-logos Midnight Blue, Neon Yellow/Green, and Grey (or Silver) has to be the most unique combo I think I have ever heard of. And word has it that the caps will be glow-in-the dark.
  6. Rygi13

    Phoenix SC

    My concept for a Phoenix Soccer Club based off of the flags of Arizona and Phoenix, the badge also features an arrowhead shape.
  7. This concept draws inspiration from Chicago's large Irish population and heritage. The Badge itself draws from the Irish Coat of Arms, as well as the colors. Let me know what you think!
  8. Found a ESPN Sportscenter template (.PSD) yesterday on the MLB The Show forum that was posted back in June. Not every detail is perfect but I think it's close enough. After making a few minor changes to the original creator's template here's what my versions look like... Showing stats/highlights from 9/28/2014. News from that day include Packers vs Bears (shown in highlights), first Packers game after Rodgers' RELAX statement, Teddy Bridgewater's first NFL start, Steve Smith vs Panthers, JJ Watt 80-yd pick 6 vs Bills, last day of MLB regular season, and Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter. Here's the other version that I made using parts of the template above... I will share my 2 versions after I get some C&C first. So I got a little C&C and got the fonts right so here are my versions of the template: http://www.mediafire.com/download/yw482vg649lp0tx/ESPN+SC+Highlights+1.psd http://www.mediafire.com/download/bhrb8ahhn44f4k7/ESPN+SC+Highlights+2.psd Original creator's template http://forums.theshownation.com/showthread.php?t=27240 Here's what the actual graphics looks like... https://twitter.com/cjzero/status/480911500794527746 http://ftw.usatoday.com/2014/06/sportscenter-set-espn-ticker-new