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Are you going to be doing Fields like the Washington Football Team who had pink letters in the Endzone a couple weeks ago or how Atlanta had both a plain and Red Endzone?

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4 hours ago, NOLAPelicans23 said:

Are you going to be doing Fields like the Washington Football Team who had pink letters in the Endzone a couple weeks ago or how Atlanta had both a plain and Red Endzone?

 

Yes, I've done some of these fields already, but I don't like to post every field variation here, to avoid spamming the concepts board. 

 

All of the fields I do end up at the Gridiron Fields Database: http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/controller/controller.php?action=main

And fields by week end up on the Gridiron Uniforms Database: http://www.gridiron-uniforms.com/GUD/controller/controller.php?action=main

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Ah. Thank you. This is one of my favorite concepts on the site so thank you

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Changes for 2020 Week 7 

 

Several teams opted to add voting awareness logos to their fields. For this week we have Philadelphia, Washington, New England, Atlanta, and the LA Rams

 

Philadelphia

http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/images/regular-season/PHI/r1024/PHI_2020^4.png

 

Washington

http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/images/regular-season/WFT/r1024/WFT_2020^4.png

 

New England

http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/images/regular-season/NE/r1024/NE_2020^2.png

 

A few teams made major field changes: Atlanta, and both LA teams

 

Atlanta

http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/images/regular-season/ATL/r1024/ATL_2020^3.png

 

LA Chargers

http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/images/regular-season/LAC/r1024/LAC_2020^2.png

 

LA Rams

http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/images/regular-season/LAR/r1024/LAR_2020^3.png

 

Sorry for posting links, but Chrome no longer accept images from sites without SSL certificates, and I'm not going to upload images to a separate hosting site every time I post fields. The links work though.

 

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When will teams learn that painted endzones will always look better than unpainted ones? There's no reason for the Chargers to use unpainted ones, especially when they started the year with painted ones and it looked gorgeous.

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58 minutes ago, QCS said:

When will teams learn that painted endzones will always look better than unpainted ones? There's no reason for the Chargers to use unpainted ones, especially when they started the year with painted ones and it looked gorgeous.

The reason it was unpainted think was because the Rams had a home game that week as well, on Monday night. I think they're next home game will return to colored end zones. 

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12 minutes ago, _DietDrPepper_ said:

The reason it was unpainted think was because the Rams had a home game that week as well, on Monday night. I think they're next home game will return to colored end zones. 

That does make sense. Still no excuse for a team like the Panthers to get rid of theirs, such a worse look.

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23 hours ago, _DietDrPepper_ said:

The reason it was unpainted think was because the Rams had a home game that week as well, on Monday night. I think they're next home game will return to colored end zones. 

 

So we can guess that each team doesn't have their own rolled up carpeted End Zone, like the Jets/Giants do?

 

Or do the Giants/Jets scrub the paint out from green and just paint blue over it? I wonder.

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17 hours ago, RayFinkle said:

 

So we can guess that each team doesn't have their own rolled up carpeted End Zone, like the Jets/Giants do?

 

Or do the Giants/Jets scrub the paint out from green and just paint blue over it? I wonder.

 

The Giants and Jets have their own end zones. Sometimes if there is a couple of games back to back, they will use the blank endzones. It doesn't happen often. 

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1 hour ago, jc... said:

 

I was trying to determine if the end zone had a fade built into it, or was it just the paint washing out with their shiny turf. 
As always, excellent work sir! 

 

They did paint on a gradient, although I think the way it was done on the field is different from what I have. I copied the jersey gradient, but I think it has too much black compared to the actual field. I'm going to have to go back and re-do the endzones, and the vote logo as well.

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3 hours ago, pitt6pack said:

 

They did paint on a gradient, although I think the way it was done on the field is different from what I have. I copied the jersey gradient, but I think it has too much black compared to the actual field. I'm going to have to go back and re-do the endzones, and the vote logo as well.

Pitt,

I saw a picture of twitter. It looks like the used small "Boxes" to create the gradient. At our scale, I am not sure if it will be possible. But I wanted to let you know.

 

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1 hour ago, SFCOM1 said:

Pitt,

I saw a picture of twitter. It looks like the used small "Boxes" to create the gradient. At our scale, I am not sure if it will be possible. But I wanted to let you know.

 

 

Looked like little diagonal rectangles that gradually grow in size. Yeah, probably going to be a challenge, but once I get the pattern down, then it's just a copy past of the pattern all the way across the endzone.

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Made the update to the Falcons field form last week:

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The pattern doesn't seem to resize nicely here, but looks better on the full sized image.

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Well Jacksonville had to get creative to cover up the Florida-Georgia field graphics...  Jags logo on a teal rectangle at midfield and larger NFL shields on the sideline 25 yard lines to cover the SEC conference logo and of course the greened-out college hash marks...

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7 hours ago, GridironUniform said:

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Well Jacksonville had to get creative to cover up the Florida-Georgia field graphics...  Jags logo on a teal rectangle at midfield and larger NFL shields on the sideline 25 yard lines to cover the SEC conference logo and of course the greened-out college hash marks...

I was wondering exactly what they were trying to do with this field art, until I remembered what took place the day before.

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The Jaguars have done similar "cover ups" in the past. 1999 comes to mind as one.

 

Here is the field from this weekend. No other major changes for week 9.

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This field in the 1999 season (Week 17) covered up some of the logos on the field for the Gator Bowl Jan. 1, 2000

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Still working on the 1999 Jaguars, but they had many interesting fields that season. I'll post them all here once I finish the Jaguars Playoff fields from 1999.

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1999 Jacksonville Jaguars

 

I've been working on the complete field history for the Jaguars recently (see the rest here: http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/controller/controller.php?action=view-team-all&team_id=JAX&city=Jacksonville&name=Jaguars), but I wanted to post the Jaguars 1999 season, since it's one of the most interesting years for a team's fields that I've seen so far.

 

Week 1 - Included the unique 1999 NFL kickoff logo for that season

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Week 3 - Included college hashes

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Weeks 6, 10, and 13 - Standard field (note that the week 11 field looked the same, but with the grass mowing pattern reversed)

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Week 14 - This is not the only time the Jaguars have put a Santa had on the logo. They did in 2000 as well, and I believe in years before 1999 as well; I just haven't gotten that far back yet. What's also interesting, is that the shape of the hat changed from year to year, suggesting they didn't have a template, but just free-handed the hat.

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Week 17 - This game was after the Gator Bowl, and in the new year, so the Gator Bowl logos were painted over black. Also, no AFC or NFL logos in the endzones.

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Divisional Playoffs - quite a pain to get that midfield logo down. Took a lot of cross referencing of pictures and videos.

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Conference Championship - Slight changes from the Divisional round game. The gray in the mid field logo was slightly darker, and there was blue at the top of the Jaguar logo, instead of black. And of course, the addition of the AFC Championship game logo, in the same locations as the kickoff logo in week 1.

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I Just loved the Santa hat on the Jags logo. Back in a time field art was just that! ART!

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