Graphics Package Elements for NFL 2016

If you’ve been watching the NFL on Fox this season, then you have seen some of my work. I had an amazing opportunity to work on the NFL graphics package along with my super talented colleagues at Fox Sports. We’ve been working on this package for some time now and it feels good to finally have it wrapped up. The overall look and feel of this graphics package is based around the newly redesigned Fox Sports Robot (a.k.a. Cleatus). My colleague, Chris Watson, is responsible for creating and rigging Cleatus. You can check out his work at

This was definitely a fun project and I have learned a lot along the way. However, we are not completely done yet. Since Fox Sports is broadcasting the Super Bowl this year, we have a lot more graphics to create specifically for this event.  I’m definitely looking forward to that. I put together a quick video of some of the elements I’ve worked on from the NFL package. I hope you enjoy it!


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About the author:

Sergei Prokhnevskiy

Sergei Prokhnevskiy is a Charlotte, NC based motion graphics designer, an online tutor, an entrepreneur, and Adobe MAX Master Speaker. Sergei is known for his quick and practical After Effects tips and tricks on YouTube, where he generated well over 6 million views on his tutorials. He has authored an online video course on After Effects Expressions and developed scripts for After Effects. He is also a former senior motion graphics designer at Fox Sports where he worked on graphics for NFL, Super Bowl, MLB, World Series, College Football, NASCAR, Women’s World Cup, and NASCAR Race Hub. He is very passionate about learning and teaching others.


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