dylanjf83

NFL 2020 Redesign (21/32, NO & CHI added)

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Super Bowl LV Champions got a new look last year, but I went in a more creamsicle direction. 

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Tennessee Titans

I gave the Titans a logo update based on a Greek (Spartan?) helmet. Split-color sleeves, and double drop shadows on the numbering/wordmarks.

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Los Angeles Chargers (UPDATE)

Changed the Chargers numbers to an italic block font, while going back to their old wordmark with an updated "LOS ANGELES" font

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On 2/14/2021 at 12:20 AM, dylanjf83 said:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Super Bowl LV Champions got a new look last year, but I went in a more creamsicle direction. 

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Fantastic job as per usual. However, I'd get rid of the skull patch. It just makes things look too busy. The ship logo on the sleeves adds enough detail on its own.

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6 hours ago, ramsjetsthunder said:

I'm curious as to if you chose gold for the Titans based off the New York Titans?

No, I wanted to go in a direction similar to other pro teams in Tennessee, and I like how the Preds and Griz use dark/light blue and gold. I looked it up and it does look similar to the New York Titans gold, so that is a nice bonus touch. 

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On 2/14/2021 at 12:20 AM, dylanjf83 said:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Super Bowl LV Champions got a new look last year, but I went in a more creamsicle direction. 

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Wow that white helmet looks gorgeous

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New Orleans Saints

For NOLA's team, I updated the gold to a more old gold, opposed to Vegas gold. I updated the wordmark to a more blockish/gothic font that fits both the Saints and NOLA well. The fleur-de-lis only has one outline now. The shield that is featured in this logo has been updated with the new wordmark, and is on the left chest. No alternate for the Saints.

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Chicago Bears

Da Bears get a slight update to their logos and uniforms. The top of the wishbone C now lines up with the bottom, and the 4-stars from the Chicago flag are featured inside. The George S. Halas patch moves from the sleeve to the right chest, and is in an updated Bears font. The 4-stars on featured on the sleeves.

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Titans: Your new logo looks like Squidward with a slice of pizza on his forehead. I don't think that your yellow/orange color pops with the powder blue and navy and since the Chargers kind of own this color combo I would lean more into embracing the Titan's cherry red. 

 

Chargers: No complaints here, has more pop than their new uniforms and I prefer your use of the old wordmark as well as outlining the shoulder bolts.

 

Buccaneers: Just not a fan of creamsicle unless used as an alternate or color rush. Maybe brightening up the colors and changing the flag's base color back to red would change my mind. As it stands, your shade of red is reminiscent of the WFT and doesn't have the same vibrant Florida sun look that their inagural set had.

 

Saints: I like this concept, but would like it even more with some stripes on the socks. The number font reminds me of Bucs 2015 due to its jaggedness, way too angular and squat when compared to the round fleur-de-lis. Maybe some wild west saloon-like numbers would work here.

 

Bears: A nice and standard Chicago set, but the added shoulder stars are barely visible, and the wishbone C gets completely lost on the socks leading to a cluttered look. I'd probably remove the stars on the shoulders and place the GSH back there, since it works much better than as a shoulder patch. 

 

Sorry if any of my comments or critiques came across harsh, I really do like the majority of your work so far!

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