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OK, I've tried this before with little succes. So, I used old Pensicola Barraudas logo and color scheme and tried using a 2-d template. So, this is sorta a work in progress so I realy need c&c.

heres the home and aways are commin' soon.


please comment on the CONCEPT ONLY, thank you.

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Your numbers are HUGE.

1. What he said.

2. Your jersey has a nameplate, but no name. Why have a nameplate if you're not going to use it?

3. The lighter green appears nowhere in the jersey or the pants, and only as a trim color in the helmet logo... yet it's the top half of the socks, which lead into pants that are a different green color. Why?

4. Needs TV numbers.

5. What's the deal with the curvy areas of color? They don't seem to stand for anything, and they don't follow the natural cut of the jersey. So again... why?

The fact that I am asking "WHY?" so much should probably tell you something about this concept as a whole, and how you've missed the mark... :therock:

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Look kids, it's a paint-by-numbers football uniform! Now we can all make our own concepts and post them on the CCSLC boards! YAY!!!

On January 16, 2013 at 3:49 PM, NJTank said:

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What's a barrauda?

Where is Pensicola?


This is where I'm FROM. Born and raised. Right by the beach. It was America's FIRST settlement:


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(Krock...next time, spell it RIGHT! :mad: Sorry man, but that's my hometown there...)

I'm with you, JP22..I don't know what a barrauda is...but I know what a barraCuda is. (Hey Krock...is your "c" key working alright for ya bruh???)

As for the Pensacola Barracudas team the logo comes from, it did exist for a short while in the arenafootball2 league, although any photographic evidence seems to have eluded the internet. (They only existed for three years, but they were one of the original 15 teams.) One word of advice: try to break away from the "template" look...and see if you can conjure up something more unique.

As for this concept, well...looked at one way, it shows some potential. But it needs a lot more direction and thought put into it. Pretty much what D said earlier.

*Disclaimer: I am not an authoritative expert on stuff...I just do a lot of reading and research and keep in close connect with a bunch of people who are authoritative experts on stuff. 😁

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ok, sorry for the spelling, I'll fix that later on.

But , I think I messed this up bad (both my grammar and the accual uniform.) So, where do I go from here?

So far I got

Size down the numbers

make the stripes "Fit the jersy" more, but mike it more original. (that will take afew tries)

add tv numbers

take out the light green

ok, look for an update soon

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Hooray for gigantic, off-centered numbers and useless nameplates!!!!!

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2. Your jersey has a nameplate, but no name. Why have a nameplate if you're not going to use it?

he was waiting for a name to put on there

fkaKrock5cent next time use your name or PLAYER

did you mean barracudas


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