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Minnesota Wild 3rd Jersey Concept


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The whole presentation needs a little work. The entire picture look pixelated, especially the collar and shoulder logos. The number on the back of the jersey also looks huge! Is it supposed to be that big? The weird white/gray lines don't really help the cause, either. Also, what's with the random script logo out there in the open?

It's also just a really simple concept. Sometimes simple is good, but this is just basically two stripes on a uniform, and that's it.

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The whole presentation needs a little work. The entire picture look pixelated, especially the collar and shoulder logos. The number on the back of the jersey also looks huge! Is it supposed to be that big? The weird white/gray lines don't really help the cause, either. Also, what's with the random script logo out there in the open?

It's also just a really simple concept. Sometimes simple is good, but this is just basically two stripes on a uniform, and that's it.

holy s**t. i didnt even notice it was that big, thanks for pointing that out!

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too much red

Seriously, you have been here since 2004 and this is the best C&C you can come up with? <_<

On to the concept, I mirror what everyone has said about the presentation. It looks like you might have to issues I could help you with to fix that. First, save your image as a PNG, I could be wrong, but that looks like a jpeg image. Jpeg really messes with cleanliness and colors of your image. Also, do not use photobucket for posting your work. Photobucket resizes your image and can really make it look sloppy. Try using tinypic instead. Now onto the actual design, it isn't bad at all. If those gray lines are supposed to be piping, get rid of them, but if they are just stitching, try to tone them down a bit, maybe change them to a green that is slightly darker than the green used on the uniforms. Lastly, I think you should make the bottom of the socks red, to make them consistant with the sleeves. Once again, good job so far! With a bit of tweaking this could be a really great concept.

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