In my opinion, the shirt of Colo-Colo, with the white shirts, the black shorts and that fantastic badge with the black bar above the crest in honour of David Alfonso Arellano Moraga, one of the founders of Colo-Colo and one of its greatest players.
For this kit, I first took a good look at the England 2001-03 home, one of my favourite Umbro designs, and did a shirt that had less detailed collars and V neck, and made the side panels with more fluid piping and trim. Then pencilled in the shorts, then the socks, went over the outlines with a drawing pen, then coloured in the shorts and the side panels (I remember the Celtic and chelsea umbro kits from 1999 had pockets in them. that was so cool. this cotton shorted number would have them as well)
then I added THE black bar above the badge in paint, then made sure it was all in proportion by using propaint to do it instead of the most basic version of paint, and put it on the shirt, did the same with the umbro logo (I prefer the old logo)
then the sponsor. the only colour I wanted was from the badge, to make them stand out, so I made the shipping company logo Monotone and put that on.
In recent seasons, El Indios kits have been Umbro templates. theve been nice, but I wanted a shirt that was classic looking, but contempory as well. this was the result.
if this was made, it would be made out of Retrolite (\"35%cotton 65%polyester, 110% comfortable\") to give at a retro feel with no drawbacks, and with cotton shorts and socks
Comments would be appreciated