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  1. So the other day I notice TRoyConcepts San Jose Sharks modern set and saw that he used Mr. Wonka's template. and proceed to get said template and see what i could do. Also I've been curious to try this fairly new program for mac called Pixelmator. Which is where most of the design and stuff was completed in. I've had a Sharks Stadium Series concept since the game-event was announced last week. Looking through numerous concepts on here and on the web I didn't see anything like what I wanted, so I moved forward with it. Here it is: While last season Stadium Series games featured modern jersey sets with vibrant colors, unique patches and chromed crest logos that were, well…different. This season, I’m hoping is different and opted to combine a modern feel with and old-time look. Starting with the Sharks original jerseys used for the hem and sleeve stripes.The old Fin-in-circle shoulder patch. To complete the vintage look, I went with a cream colored sweater instead of white. The Jumping Shark logo and a not-quite-matte-black shoulder yoke for the modern feel. Straying from last year’s chrome-fest, I opted for a embroidered crest. The back of the sweater is not too much different with the numbers, just made them smaller. Used the current name plate. See below for more detailed images. C&C as always. Thanks checking these out