Still going through the exploratory stage - just riffing.
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almost 2 years ago
Needs fire. But then again, everything that doesn't have fire needs fire.
Nicely constructed, but compared to earlier sketches - nah.
What's wrong with the other one Morgan? Don't tell me that the client said he did not like it ?
I don't know man... This feels a bit generic in comparison to the previous three designs. Have you tried filling it in, instead of just the outline?
800 likes isnt enough to prove a concept is complete ? lol
It's good, but don't think it's as good as the one before this. :p
Needs more cow bell
Can I buy the trademark to the first one? :)
Just trying out some things :) It's always good to have lots of assets to work with.
I like this, but compared to the others, it screams immobility.
Nice stuff Morgan, I really like the second one you did! :D Keep experimenting and shit, I want to see more ;D
This works better than the others because of scalability. The previous 2 look nice as a spectacle in 400/300 pixels. But if you imagine the logo smaller, the rings would be distorted and the rocket almost invisible. This mark works far better in my opinion.
Good, but I prefer the simpler rocket used in the previous two designs.
it's not bad. on the contrary, it looks pretty mint.
but compared to the first two... nono. not even close.
I give my vote to one of the previous versions as well... not that this is bad, but the others had more awesomesauce on them.
Yeah, that second Hypercompact logo is on my tentative Best of 2011 list. Just grab the spaceship from those—simple to the max, if you need something super small.
It's like a bullet in a bridge.
Nicely structured, reminds me a little of Geomicons.
Between this and the other Hyper Compact logo though, there is no comparison, this one is nice but the other one is absolutely amazing!
Prefer this one over the others.
over 1 year ago
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