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Fictional College Football Concepts


jstogasterisk

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Hey, guys! I'm not a very frequent poster on this site, but I've been lurking around for some time and I figured I'd try to get some comments on my designs. These are just a couple of imaginary colleges that I made a single uniform for each in my spare time. As I'm not very good at computer-based design or drawing, I've kind of met in the middle by printing out a template (not sure where I found it, somewhere on here so thanks mystery designer) and drawing my ideas on the template. I'm not too proud of the drawings but I feel that the designs are fairly good. So here they are!:

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I realize the quality on the pictures is bad. I apologize.

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There's already a Michigan Tech (Huskies), Minnesota State (Mavericks), Virginia State (Trojans) and Kentucky State (Thorobreds). They're just all in Division II (and all have football teams).

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VSU is a program based out off Petersburg, VA. They're named the trojans and use orange and blue as their colors. But if you're trying to make concepts I'd definitely not go hand-drawn. Use some kind of program whether it's paint or something else.

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VSU is a program based out off Petersburg, VA. They're named the trojans and use orange and blue as their colors. But if you're trying to make concepts I'd definitely not go hand-drawn. Use some kind of program whether it's paint or something else.

Most good logos start off as hand drawn concepts. Nothing wrong with them... especially when as much thought has been put into them as the OP has.

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Yeah, most of the logos are just kind of not well thought out. I'm not very good at drawing so I went with what I could draw fairly on a helmet to look half way decent. I realize that some of these schools are real and have football programs, but I'm looking at then from a perspective that they are in Division 1 and that they do not exist. Not trying to discredit those schools. As I improve my skills in a program I'll be able to do a lot more with my designs.

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