A logo created as part of a demonstration showing how to protect your work for web. Video to follow.
almost 2 years ago
looks sick man,would be great to see that video man
I love it, so rad!
I do have to say it does remind me of angry birds, which it certainly is.. obviously, ha!
This is not offensive or ment as criticism though, keep it this way!
amazing! i love it!
sorta reminds me of Angry Birds heh.
This is stunning man, colors are great too.
The link regarding how to present like this and why I do it: http://youtu.be/1bSzO4iMXRg
— Angry Bird! :D
i love this! is it meant for a re-branding, or a different cardinal all together?
Your tutorial was excellent! And your work is flawless as usual. Keep it up my friend!
Great tutorial, nice work. Thievery gets easier and easier with technological advances...it's nice to see you protect your wonderful work.
Yeah nice vid, Fraser. Gorgeous shot too.
I just had to laugh a bit when I watched it, because you sounded so grim when you mentioned the thieving pricks from that Twin City team.
Nice work Fraser, great tutorial.
Ive always admired the way you present your work. thanks for the tutorial Fraser.
Love this! I live a mile away from the Cardinals stadium and see their logo all this time! Great job on this!
thanks for demonstration,keep up great and well protected works :)
Really great video and logo!
i love it !
Brilliant. I often add treatments just for presentation, but in the back of my head I'm always thinking "This will make it harder to rip off."
Great video and we all appreciate the honesty, haha. Lots of cruel folks out there looking to steal artwork nowadays.
Keeping your files small (500px-ish), adding noise, and compressing with jpeg (to a certain extent) does wonders for anything you send out.
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