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Jeff Greenbank

Edmonton Oilers (Alternate Jersey) 2013-2014 NHL Season [Updated 05/7/13]

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I created an Oilers alternate jersey which focuses primarily on the orange rather than the blue.

Please let me know what you think and what I could improve on.

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*For updated jersey, please scroll down to 10th post*

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This is a really good start. I love the recoloured alternate logo & I can't believe how well it works on an orange jersey. That being said, one aspect is really holding this back... The current sleeve stripes look like they were copied and pasted from the away jersey, they should match the stripes of the hem. Fix that and I wouldn't mind seeing it on the ice.

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I can't believe how well it doesn't work.

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This is a really good start. I love the recoloured alternate logo & I can't believe how well it works on an orange jersey. That being said, one aspect is really holding this back... The current sleeve stripes look like they were copied and pasted from the away jersey, they should match the stripes of the hem. Fix that and I wouldn't mind seeing it on the ice.

Something like this?

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Perfect!

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Looks great, the only thing I see is that you have the number on the back say 26 but the TV numbers say 62. Other than that would love to see these on the ice.

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Looks great, the only thing I see is that you have the number on the back say 26 but the TV numbers say 62. Other than that would love to see these on the ice.

Good eye, fixed it.

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