Yesterday I started writing again, today I redid the icon of my blog. Maybe one day I'll actually launch a redesign (totally jinxed it).
over 2 years ago
A bit too close to the clown's hat for comfort :)
I think it's great. Drop this in, use the colors (maybe a cool opportunity to use HSLA), pick a font and bazinga! You're in business.
I also really liked your last post.
It's sleeker, modern and even better! Great job, Tim!
I find your use of shapes satisfying....;D
You're always impressing! Great article too.
This is cool.
This look ace but I'm missing some depth.
I like the colors, but I don't like the fact that it's a square.
Cut away some pixels from the bottom, re:do the lines so it fits with the new height and "boom" it will look more nice. Or you just don't listen to me at all.
Ok, I guess it will be just me but I really liked the current/last crown. This feels more like the front view of the Origami boats I used to make as a child (not sure if you make that in US too)
Really nice! Is one of these times that someone nails what you were sketching... ; P
LOVE it tim, real nice!
I agree with Trent, the colors are awesome, a nice break from your normal blues (pun?).
I hope you do continue to write, we all enjoy it.
@Alex I don't see a clown hat at all.
Very nice, recognizable, and versatile icon.
I want to see a real-life interpretation of this crown, stat!
Shape is a bit too tall to my taste, but very nice—love the colors.
Awesome, lovely tones, can't wait to see it on your blog... :-)
Overwhelmed by the responses guys, thanks :D
Stu: Completely forgot about that one. It's very solid and it's definitely the same style, but I think they're different enough :)
It's very nice! It does make me think about the new Melbourne logo, which I love. I'm not saying they are similar, just reminded me.
This is really nice.
This is really cool. I like how it looks like a crown but then after looking at it for a little I also see the tip of a pencil. I Like
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