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Fantasy kit design - week 37

Starting from today, we'll be publishing our ten favourite fantasy kit designs of the week.

For the first edition we've chosen designs from:  Wunderelf (Skjold BK), zoran (FK Partizan) + (Real Madrid), Gunnes08 (Albania),soccerajr (Colorado Rapids), MW FROM WIDEOPEN (Kaizer Chiefs) + (Portland Timbers), ChelseaBlueBoy (Fulham) ,giovani94 (Al Ahly), Kenetico (Club America)

See them in the gallery below.

 

 

 

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Guest
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Guest

The Real is a nice effort. Sadly though its either hackneyed or an odd bit of Kauffman-esque genius.

The Albania kit is a nice bit of class though.

I also like Club America. Helps it has my number but still lovely with a nice balance of the sponsors. Which I realize is a hard thing to due with many Primera clubs.
Guest
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Guest

Congrats CBB on the Fulham shirt, its not only good from a fan of a rival club, its a good shirt full stop.

On that note, the Partizan shirt is awesome, perhaps even more so when it was designed by a red star fan.

Macman, I cannot speak for Gunnes08, but I can for myself, and I am not a nike hater, I really like most of their designs, the kits for Corithians over the past few years have been awesome.

On my kits, the Kaizer Chiefs one is an earlier version. The one on my blog has the wording Amakhosi 4 life on the inside of the collar in a different font, and black socks with gold turnovers.

Portland are sponsored by nike at present, but cannot be next season (MLS team then) so I made a new one with the new crest, and other details.

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Emperor Ping
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Emperor Ping

The Real Madrid shirt is good, but I would show the sash going down diagonally from left to right instead, to match the direction of the sash on Real Madrid's crest. (It looks a bit awkward having sashes going in opposite directions).

The Partizan Belgrade kit is my pick of the bunch. It has just the right number of black and white stripes on the shirt. I really like the use of the adidas stripes on the sides of the shirt, rather than the usual place on the arms. Those adidas stripes on the shirt and shorts join up nicely.
soccerajr
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soccerajr

Gazhorn, I use photoshop, and I imagine everyone else pretty much does too. Don't try to do it with paint! I've heard of some free photo manipulation software, but I've never tried it. I'd say to google it.
Guest
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Guest

Go to Design football, they have a kit design for dummies on there, where they show you how to create kits (Feyenoord is the guide there, and you will probably see some of his handywork on the site in this section next week, the Liverpool kit he created was beautiful)

you can get templates from switchimageproject as well.

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