Changed out the darker mountains and brought back in the shaggy hide.
Also have a version attached without the shaggy coat.
I think its closer. Thanks for all the input everyone.
3 months ago
... and it never stopppps !
@TAS last one, promise. (for now). +:-)
How about a little curve on the goat's goatee? Maybe that will make it even more iconic..
I think a little curve on the tail would be nice. Or just dropping the tail below that other line. They meet and cause a weird tension of sorts. Otherwise I think this one is money, updated mountains look superb. I would go with the one without the shagginess.
There you go! Don't you think this is better than the other two? The goat looks great. My only other thought (and this isn't mandatory, just something to bring to your attention) is that the bottom edge of the mountains looks like they end very abruptly. Other than that, everything is working!
@Richard de Ruijter I'll take a look at that. THX.
@Russell Pritchard check out the new attached http://dribbble.com/shots/1341820-Mountain-Goat-3/attachments/190157 I added a little length to the tail. I think it does break that line. Also added back in the darker mountains, just for a look.)
@Jonathan Patterson I agree that this is getting closer to where I want to go.
cheers, and thanks for the insight.
MOUNTAIN GOAT 4 IS THE ONE ! ! !
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic HA! Alen got it, point taken. Thanks bud!
Please post it so I can MEGALIKE it 10 times!
I like the first one better, there are multiple studios that claim that people who look to your left in portraits come across as more confident and trustworthy than those who look to your right, this applies to logos too because this concept is used in multiple things, from movie posters to propaganda, and our brain does the association automatically, and while the mountains were obviously conceptualized, I think made it look bolder, more impactfull visually.
Agree with @Alen Type08 Pavlovic number 4 awesome work Mike!!
very nice work, maybe the endings of the horn, tail & goatie could even look more similar with the same cut. but very good work, really ;-)
This one is the best in my opinion. Great work!
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