Working on a supermodern coat of arms for this financial agency from USA. This lion will be a crest bearer, paired up with the mirror image on the right side.
about 2 years ago
Very nice line work here! Looks awesome :)
Nice, but he looks a little feeble?
Don't think it looks like a freebie, but 4 me, it look's like he is break dancing or something... maybe if you fix his legs..don't know just a thought
@Sandeep, maybe he is a bit thin-looking, but as a stand alone you focus a lot on it. It will probably look different as a whole like @Alen described.
Love the design! Only one question... if it's for an American cause... why go with a lion, instead of an eagle?
I too think the lion could gain some weight. Other than that, good work!
@ Paulius: thanks a lot mate!
@ Jonny: you to, thanks!
@ Sandeep: that is one fit lion dude, you'll see soon!
@ Pedro: client asked for a bit of whimsy to it, which will be most emphasized in the crest itself, so if anyone sees it like you're saying it can only be a bonus!
@ Suzie: you are totally right, extract many of those from the complete lockup and they lose the balance. Thanks for joining the wagon!
@ Richard: company is only based in USA, the national aspect wasn't a priority message here. They just wanted "modern regal with a touch of whimsy" to quote them properly.
@ Stefano: please read the above comment and to add to it, the thing that probably adds to that impression is his oversized 'afro' :)
Like the approach, Alen. Agree with comments saying the Lion needs some weight but if they want whimsy then this may be the correct approach.
Thanks bud! I'll post the complete coat of arms soon and the impression will be totally different, you'll see.
Grrrr.. I have a sketch of a lion, which is in the process of development. Nice geometry here!
@Suzie Creamcheese nao viaja
nice appraoch indeed Alen.
And I ain't lion!
Jovan, Mike (LOL), Julian, thanks fellaz! Stay tuned for an update soon!
@Mike Bruner couldn't resist, could you.
alen, this looks great.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic ok! Thanks for explaining that... My experience with american clients is that they're really proud of their herritage. Good luck with the design, it's looking really nice :)
by Alen Type08 Pavlovic
Idea behind the crest itself was - work, work, work! Even hot cup of coffee turns into a printed documents and graphs!
about 2 years ago
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