Nice job on a symbol! It even looks much better with two contrasting colours, no need for shades. I can even see this one working with an outline as well. Have you tried to rotate the symbol 90 degrees - looks cool that way too.
I like your design from Leones/Negros submissions the best ! Love the choice of font, the way you did the main of the lion. There is something special about that outline of the roundel, right? The things that bothers me are : the ears of the lion and a spacing between the eyes. To me the way the negative space is palying a major role in this concept both ears with the cropped lines makes it lion look more of a dog, so, if you can softly blend the main into his face it will go away. The spacing between lion's eyes needs to me wider. Solid job here!
Wow, I think that it is a fantastic design for one of my favourite clubs! I have more than a few " Hammers " jerseys in my personal collectoin and this one would make a great addition in heartbeat ! Great work here, and the only thing that I would like to suggest is to see how the sleeve cuff will look with only one light blue stripe.
This design is really clever. Little bit ‘strobey’ before expanding the detail - but really impressive. It would be interesting to see you work the pattern into a more conventional striped pattern, and to see how the sponsor would display.
Situated 51 km west of Central Sydney, the city of Penrith is an outer western suburb, based at the foot of the famous Blue Mountains. The Penrith District Rugby League, which includes the neighbouring suburb of Blacktown, is home to 24 amateur rugby league teams. Penrith were admitted to the New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL) competition in 1967. along with Cronulla Sutherland. The Panters have won two premierships, in 1991 and 2003. Until 1990, their colours were brown and white, and they were often referred to as the Chocolate Soldiers. That's the final team of the 16 team National Rugby League.
The Parramatta Eels are based in the Sydney suburb of Parramatta. The Parramatta District Rugby League Football Club was formed in 1947. They were a powerhouse team in the late 1970's to mid 1980's, winning 4 premierships in 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1986. Parramatta's name is Aboriginal and commonly translated as 'the place where the eels lie down' or 'head of waters', hence the Eels nickname.
The Gold Coast Titans are the newest of the sixteen clubs in the National Rugby League, having commenced their inaugural season on 18 March 2007. The Titans are the second top-level rugby league club to have been based on the Gold Coast, the first being the ill-fated Gold Coast-Tweed Giants / Gold Coast Seagulls / Gold Coast Chargers, which existed from 1988 to 1998. They play their home games at Cbus Super Stadium which has a capacity of 27,400.
The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are named after the Manly and Warringah areas of Sydney's Northern Beaches in which the club is based. Joing the major league in 1947, Manly enjoyed it's first of eight premierships in 1972, their most recent was in being in 2011. Since their first Grand Final appearance in 1951, the club has appeared in 19 Grand Finals across seven consecutive decades. The club has never won the wooden spoon in its 70 seasons, the longest period of any current club.
Great looking garment, love how the Macron collar is done - spot on! I think that even if you leave the main body of the garment in that nice solid shade of the green - it is even cooler, in my humble opinon! Fantastic job here!
That's a tough one to decide, since both shirts look incredible. I think I'll go with Aguspineiro on this one - the Tartan pattern not only strikes as pretty, but it's also very fitting to the club. Kudos to Silky Smooth as well - his gradient pattern looks great, and I really liked how he 'blended' the Macron logo and the collar, a small detail that made a difference to the kit.
Very interesting. Are these colors original or just variations? Because in small size (i.e. on jersey) this logo will be blurred. I like the idea and the font, but as a Ukrainian football design blogger I have noticed two small defects: 1. It would be better if you used Ukrainian club name (Зоря Луганськ) instead of Russian (Заря Луганск). 2. Usually the balls are not used on Ukrainian modern football badges as they seem outdated. If you remove the ball and connect the rays in the center, it would be great.
In this crest I decided to combine all symbols of FC Zorya and Luhansk Region in one logo, creating a holistic badge with help geometric shapes. The main symbols include the fire, sunrise and a hammer. The club name is placed above the sun symbolizing it’s rays. In total, the crest is a stylized image of Luhansk landscape.