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  1. Hi everyone! It's been a while since my last post, and I hope y'all enjoyed 'em. This time, I'm going to tackle one of the most intriguing rebrands right now: the Washington Commanders. To me, with the exception of the team's secondary logo that's TMI, I thought that the logos are just okay. The team could've picked a better option than the Commanders, but we now have the final product. As for the uniforms, they add to the intrigue surrounding the team. I see many issues to them: no TV numbers, enlarged wordmark on the front, color imbalance on the white jersey, and no side panels on the pants. This is way I can't blame the fans who are not impressed with the final output. And so, I wanted to rectify things for a bit by emphasizing the burgundy and gold (regardless of the uniform color), shrinking the front wordmark, and applying a better military font for the numbers (yes, TV numbers are included). The striping on the actual burgundy jersey looks great, why not apply its color balance to the white jersey? However, there is something that I like about the white jersey: the fading diamond pattern. I thought that sublimating it would not be much of a trouble for traditionalists, especially when these are looked from afar. The same pattern is also applied to the sleeves on the jersey and the side panels on the pants of the all-black uniform. While I said earlier that one of my issues was the missing TV numbers, only the all-black uniform will not have TV numbers because of the helmet numbers. So you might say that my version is basically a tweak of the actual one. With all that being said, I present to you...my Washington Commanders concept.
  2. A new logo I designed for the Washington DC Metrorail System. I took inspiration from this old thread I found while looking at raysox's sports work, and realized that my beloved home city's subway system needed some color to the logo, so this is what i came up with in photoshop. c&c is always welcome and appreciated, if you want to see more than tell me, there is more from where this came from.
  3. My take for the Washington Not-The-(Washington Football Team). I decided to call the team the Sentinels. A Sentinel is a soldier who keeps guard over a particular thing. The name works well for a football team (although maybe not if they have a bad Defense or an Offensive Line), and it gives the impression of a fortress or a defensive stronghold, such that should be implied by the capital of a country as prominent and powerful as the United States. Logo (features a letter "W" with the dome of the US Capitol Building superimposed on it) Uniforms (keeps the same general design as the old (Washington Football Team) uniforms, but adds a chevron on the sleeve to look like military insignia) C&C Welcome and Appreciated.
  4. Here's a design for the Caps if they ever want to have a new jersey instead of a direct throwback. The overall look is heavily inspired by the throwback jerseys but with some differences. The Weagle is front and centre as it should be, and the font is more modern. C&C Appreciated!
  5. As a Jazz fan who's not a huge fan of the current design (minus the City Edition jersey), I figured I would try my hand at redesigning the team. Changing the colors to dark purple, teal, and copper, the team resurrects a snowflake logo. The Association uniform is off-white, the Icon uniform purple, the Statement uniform teal, and the new City Edition uniform a gradient going from pewter blue to dark blue. C&C welcome!
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