about 1 month ago
by Jan Zabransky
about 1 month ago
Sorry Jan but I really dislike this. It feels incredibly forced and on-the-nose. Just go for a neat logo-type.
@Rich Baird seems so, agree, thanks Rich
I sort of disagree with you, @Rich. It feels very fluid and the overall shape construction flows with reason. Also, with this kind of market, your demographic is very broad. So, I think the mark needs to be somewhat generic in concept, but still beautifully made and memorable. To me, this mark does that. Also, from my perspective, most film production/movie logos are generally remembered by their marks. Just do a web search for "movie studio logos". I think this fits in well with the market. It does feel a little too complex at the moment though. Love the concept, but I think reducing the number of film strip holes would make a big difference.
@Kevin Burr @Rich Baird Thanks Kevin and Rich for taking on discussion. It helps me to complete the picture. Of course there is word of client on this important, too, but ... I think that what Rich said is forced is execution of the design. Material of silver metallic plate shaped into film strip feels not too natural and flexible as film material is. There is way how to soften it by using transparency and different shading technique. And about the holes - I tried to enlarge them or reducing number of them but in proportions it was losing on realism. I appreciate your comments very much but hold your horses, its just draft and I am just following the white rabbit into hole of next development :)
@Jan Zabransky @Rich Baird Thanks for the additional thoughts, Jan. I can definitely see Rich's point now about the forced execution in regards to the silver metallic plate shaped in the film strip. I hadn't seen it from that perspective. Also, I hear you about the number of holes. Now I can't wait to see what the final ends up looking like. Cheers guys.
@Kevin Burr thanks Kevin and have a nice weekend
Logo was rejected by client and is currently available for purchase >>> http://www.janzabransky.cz/MG-logo.html
about 20 hours ago
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