Even more ideas on this per some feedback from you dribbblers.
over 1 year ago
I like it. I think it could do without the woodgrain though. Just my opinion. I think it reads as a pencil without it.
Yeah, agreed. Or just drop it back a bit more. I always like a bit of texture and detail, but I personally think the trick is to make it so you don't notice it unless you are looking for it.
Naw. This is part of a longer name for a project I can't get into yet. This would just be an element... but I dug it as a stand alone.
I'm digging this one.
I saw 2.0 and I like this a lottt more
I like how the pencil is now more obvious, but the 'E' is not anymore. I would bring back the left stroke on the 'E' (you can make it thinner this time). If the different strokes look weird, try updating the font to match.
Ah i love this one! Nice work and progression!
I do not recognized the pencil. Ik read 'make' but while reading the comments i found out the little triangle is the top of a pencil. In the beginning i was wondering why it had a wooden E en why the annoying triangle was there... Now I know it is a pencil, i see it. Maybe the black color is to hard. It is know to much in the front of everything.
Very nice, great update. I like the wood grain lots, I'd just widen the spaces in the E to help people read it at smaller sizes.
Wow! that is so smart. Great job
Very nice indeed! Thoughts about making the lead a tad bit bigger?
yeah, i like this much better then 2.0. reads really well. nice job. I really like the wood grain. Can't really think of what you could do to improve it much more. very nice!
this one is my fav and i like the woodgrain.
Oh I love this a lot.
Nailed it! You rule.
Yeah, that space between the black triangle and the K made this way more readable/dope.
Spot on. Very clever.
by Greg Christman
Another iteration of this mark.
over 1 year ago
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