Still playing around with ideas for my re-branding.
I'll probably go through a million ideas before I can decide.
This one was mostly for fun. Not really the kind of style I'm actually aiming for maybe, but could be cool to put on a t-shirt perhaps :)
over 1 year ago
The style is killer Emir!!! Has that Fallout 3 look!!
I agree it's a nice illustration but the style doesn't really sit right for pro brander. I would say keep it simple and iconic, maybe just a logo-type solution?
Woh! - Really like the style :)
Really dig it. I agree that it could use some very subtle shifts to help it be more iconic. Like maybe less spikes in the starburst, more even spikes on the hammer shading. A little less detail in the arm. etc. Great vibe.
Ah! You went on a different route dude?
Really not bad. Nice style and less complicated than the previous one you showed me. But as mentioned here already, for a logo it needs to be more simplistic and iconic.
I think this style is more suitable for an illustration or propaganda poster / graphic though.
Nevertheless, I think you sweat the details here, because the illustration is great and probably one of your best to date!
@Aaron - Thanks Aaron for the kind words and the feedback. All very great suggestions on how to turn it into something more iconic.
I will keep tweaking the idea. Not sure I even want this sort of "cartoon"-ish style for a mark tho, so might rework it a whole lot.
@Gert - Thanks buddy! Yeah, it is definitely better suited for that, than a logo.
Crackin' illustration that, Emir. Nice work.
I'd keep it as an illustration rather than a logo, truth be told; find a simpler logo mark to tie it all together, perhaps?
I'm sure you could convert the essence of this image into a logo if it's a route you're really fond of. Dumb it down to just the hammer + plug, for instance.
S'a great style either way, liked! :)
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