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  1. Hey guys.. it's been awhile since I've posted Here, and i thought that you guys might wanna put this freebie to some good use FREE FOOTBALL HELMET PHOTOSHOP MOCKUP Show off your Logo Designs, School’s Mascot, Sports Branding, Or Business Logo, on a Realistic Football Helmet, featuring editable lighting, Reflections, & Shadows as well as One-Click-Logo integration. If you use this template, please use #sportstemplates on social media when you post it so I can find you and add you to a draw to win free templates!
  2. What bothered me most of all was the image searches on google. Seems to me there were a lot of mistakes and images that were either where I didn't see metallic silver blue or pewter colored ones, but from these two images maybe we can discuss some what if and should of from the 1970's NFL all the way til now. I am dabbling with designs myself on uniforms, but I need to get some private free time as there is many nosy people where I live at. Here is the images, The first one seems to have everything, even Denver Blue(?)??!!! Well I see extra bright metallic silver, but I do not see metallic silver blue. I seen sunflower gold which is used for ASU or maybe, not sure. But this is pretty interesting that I do not see dark teal or what we call midnight green helmets which those are more in the dark green shell category. I wonder if the Philadelphia Eagles use dark green helmets instead then. I see metallic burnt orange, but the one next to it seems too much like safety orange than burnt orange to me. Then there is Oakland silver which looks darker than silver. Hmmm, I am curious as to what your preferences or your thoughts on this as to I am kind of wondering or confused with the idea of two versions which the second being a metallic version of it! Then I see this!!! Well, there are 25 shell colors. This time I see the Dallas blue one, but for some reason there is the face guard colors. I see there is even a cardinal version or scarlet version which doesn't look scarlet, but more like cardinal to me. I felt the Arizona Cardinals should of did this and ditch the grey facemask. But the grey is a standard as it's code number is 01. I see that the standard number on white looks like 08 as a number code for the shell and facemask. Here is where this one comes from, This is from xenith-helmet-colors and the search from it. I noticed the athletic gold seems darker on the image which is probably the lighting mistake or perhaps. But it's correct compared to the standard paint colors. Kansas Blue should of been the choice for Denver, Los Angeles, and New York Giants from 1968, 1973, and 1976 or 1980 respectfully. But I can see why they didn't use it as the name Kansas Blue was a problem from the teams to use either way. Columbia Blue, oh I know UNC uses that. I know Michigan State uses kelly green shells. And South Bend Gold, on that's pure Notre Dame alright. Well, this one seems to have some but most. I guess if color werx takes a look at this, I would be charmed to see if he can come up with some ideas to use his palettes and we can pull out some sources. Here is my conclusion. I guess by 2000, the Raiders made their silver darker and made it trademarked to their uniform and identity. I know Tampa Bay did that with pewter. Everyone knows University of Kansas and their blue which matches the jerseys that they wear that is the same color jerseys the 1973-1999 Rams and the 1980-1999 Giants have or had which makes me wonder that the Giants went with metallic royal blue in 2000 which was a smart idea whilst the Rams did the opposite and utilized navy blue and then change the athletic gold to vegas gold which vegas gold is much more drab than that of old gold which you all see in these two of three images. Nike seem to have a problem creating old gold as to why I do not see the Saints throwbacks until the color rush uniforms make a identified version of it but from their 1975 years where they still wore white pants. Now, San Francisco has their own version of gold which is totally different from the other ones, Gee, I wonder why they went to all that trouble. Well, I wonder what is your conclusion to this?
  3. Hey everybody - its been a little while. Ive been really busy lately so havnt spent much time on here but ive noticed that no one has attempted to make a template of the new Riddell Speed Flex helmets. So... I present my vector Speed Flex helmet template! Feel free to use this however you see fit - your own templates, concepts, series - whatever! If you decide to use it, it would be cool to give me some acknowledgement, but whatever. Hopefully everybody will put this thing to good use! Currently, this is only available in .AI format for use in Adobe Illustrator (i dunno if Inkscape can do .AI or not...) due to some issues with exporting to .SVG. If someone would be kind enough to do the conversion for me, i would greatly appreciate it so we can get this available for anyone who may want to use it. Thats pretty much it. Let me know what you think and if any changes/improvements can be made! Enjoy! Template: Examples: Downloads: AI (Version 1.2) PSD SVG(coming soon!)
  4. We've discussed the latest helmets from Riddell and while they are rated higher in safety, their aesthetics have been questioned. We've seen some samples of college football helmets where placement of decals has led to some ugly looks. The NFL has standards for just about every aspect of a player's uniform, trying to get things as consistent from player to player as possible. The latest Riddell helmets leave little room for a decal and the details/vents/grooves seem to conflict visually with designs. Knowing how much time, energy, and money the NFL has invested in branding for each team, will they, or can they ever ask Riddell for a safe, but cleaner-looking helmet? I cringe to think of how the Vikings, Buccaneers, or Patriots will look.
  5. http://www.mediafire...eedTemplate.zip I have made a new helmet template. I feel that this template solves a lot of problems I see in helmet templates. The format is .svg. Included on the template: Properly angled helmet, meaning side logo decal can be placed without having to rotate them traditional triple stripe Modern Speed specific stripe (as seen on the 2011 Ohio State Pro Combat helmet) Riddell front and rear bumpers American flag "decal" Warning label (required on all helmets) "Metallic helmet flakes" chin strap snaps, jaw pad valves, side clips, and all the other minor, realistic details The images for this template came from photographs of a Speed helmet I took just for making this template. Feel free to use it on any concept you make on this forum or any other. Here are a couple helmets I made to give you an idea of what you can do. These aren't concepts, but are based on existing helmets.