Here is the final version! Thanks all for the suggestions and feedback.
The client is very happy with the result, and so am I. :)
The client is getting trademarks etc done, so for now I have used a made up name. The real name is a lot more fun, and is a perfect fit with the logo.
Edit: I forgot that dachshunds are sometimes called sausagedogs. This dog is somewhat based on a labrador. :) Again, the name is just a placeholder.
3 months ago
It looks sweet dude:) The thing that jumped out to me is that it doesn't look like a sausage dog, though the message is still very obvious. Good job!
Great work @Jord Riekwel!
This one reads a bit better, but with the same level of cutey goodness. And for some reason (probably my handedness), the ring around the right eye feels better. Great work.
@Zander Brade Oops, I forgot that those dogs are sometimes called sausage dogs. I guess this is a dog with a sausage, which already sounds funny. ;) This dog is based on a labrador though.
I've showed this to my dog and she says it's very nice but the sausage needs to be bigger! :)
It's very nice.
@Roko Kerovec For dogs, the sausage is never big enough, right?
@Alex Kirhenstein | Draward @Will Saunders Thanks guys!
looks much better to me, also the mouth is perfect now!
Broster, this is it, slam dunk!
nice play with negative space :)
Love the use of negative space and the not-so-perfect circle around his eye.
Definitely an improvement! Nice job.
It looks great
great negative space usage. Love it
dig the refinements!
Great improvements, love the subtle snout curve, now it immediately reads as a hot dog in the dogs mouth.
why you so serious?
A very big improvement, great work.
Btw, love the font. Care to share? :)
15 days ago
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