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  1. Hi, I've been reading around many forums about people expecting the team return. Many believe that the iconic logo should stay as a primary, so I've decided to work on this and propose an other version of the this logo. Watch the video of the logo reveal before (No music) & check the rest under the video. C&C are appreciated! https://imgur.com/vDtPrUr
  2. Bonjour, everyone! It is I, your concept maker FC Macbeth. I thought I share with you a logo concept. You see, I'm trying to design an alternative logo for the Quebec Nordiques. My idea goes like this: The main basis of the logo is combine the elements of both Quebec teams: the Nordiques and the Remparts (a QMJHL team). The letters 'Q' and 'N' are well meshed together in harmony, with a hockey stick thrown in. A fleur-de-lis is feature predominately. So, here are 8 possible logo designs: Variant 1 has a Rempart on top of the logo and a white line through the middle of it, forming an 'N'. The 'Q' part comes in as the hockey stick acts as the tail of the 'Q'. On the center is the white fleur-de-lis on a blue background with a subtle cross-hatch pattern resembling a hockey goal net. Variant 2 is the same as Variant 1 except the stick is pointing downwards instead of to the right side. Variant 3 and 4 also the same except they are display on the blue background with the white outline. Variant 5-8 utilises the unused Nordiques colour scheme of navy, teal and white. So, tell me what you think is the best variant out of the 8. Oh, and C&C recommended!
  3. Felt like making some hockey jerseys, and have had this idea in my head for some time, so I present to you Provincial/Territorial Hockey Jerseys, where I will be giving each of Canada's provinces and territories.. you guessed it, hockey jerseys! British Columbia Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Northern Ontario Ontario Quebec New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland and Labrador Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut St. Pierre and Miquelon Since I'm still not 100% confident in my logo-making abilities, The logo for each team is their respective shield. Like series before, I'm not doing these in any particular order, so if you want a certain one done, I'll do it. Let's get to it! First up we have Saskatchewan. Firstly, anything other than green for the home jersey would be blasphemous so I obviously went with that. The rest of the colours are from the provincial flag, mainly using yellow and having minimal red accents. The striping pattern features two traditional stripes, with cuffs on the arms. This pattern is also featured on the socks and hem. The away jersey features a yoke, and the star of the show is a sublimated wheat pattern on the chest, paying homage to the many farmers and wheat fields in the province. I used a classic block font, the same one used by the Roughriders, the pride of the province. Left Wings: Jaden Schwartz, Patrick Marleau (C), Chris Kunitz (A), Scott Hartnell (A) Centres: Ryan Getzlaf (A), Brayden Schenn, Tyler Bozak, Brooks Laich Right Wings: Jordan Eberle, Blake Comeau, Josh Archibald, Adam Cracknell Defensemen: Ryan Murray, Matt Dumba, Derrick Pouliot, Luke Schenn, Brayden McNabb, Erik Gryba Goalies: Devan Dubnyk, Braden Holtby C&C is appreciated, as well as requests!
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