Saint Louis Rams

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Team Colors

Millenium Blue
New Century Gold

Official Website

The Rams have the (mis)fortune of being in the NFC West.  The division transformed from league laughing stock to that scary division on the west coast that ESPN and other East Coast media talk about in hushed tones.  If the Rams were in any other division, we would see them as those “crazy upstarts up in Saint Louie.”   While their division rivals are making all sorts of noise in the press, the Rams are away from the limelight, quietly putting together one of the youngest talented teams in the league.  Sure, this is going to take some time and that slow fuse that we find in modern TV drama plots.  Something is going on under the Gateway Arch everyone should watch out for.  Trust me, in 5 years or so the league will be playoff contenders again.

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Colors Used
Millenium Blue – Combination.  Base layer is wash of Kat Von D Waterproof Autograph Pencil in D.R.A.  Top layer is Coastal Scents Hot Pot in Tanzanite
New Century Gold – Combination.  Base layer is wash of Kat Von D Waterproof Autograph Pencil in Fool’s Gold (limited edition).  Top layers is Coastal Scents Hot Pot in Fairy Gold

What?  How could I do the Rams without the awesome horn spiral?  It’s so iconic that Nike didn’t even bother to really alter the helmet design in 2012.  Yes a few minor changes in color, but otherwise untouched.  This design required a lot out of me, so I decided to let my eyeliner pencils do all of the hard work.  The eye shadow I eventually laid over the liner drafts really was the finishing touch.  If your skin tone is like mine where all yellows and golds blend in, try using a white eyeliner first.  Yes you’ll have to work hard  to not have the white eyeliner wash your colors out.  Pat the colored eye shadow over the white.  Don’t brush it on.  You may need a couple of layers to get the same job done, but the results will be the same.

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