Logo experiment trying to replace the one in my website with a personalised lettering. Any suggestions or opinions are much appreciated!
about 1 year ago
Following your advice @Daniel Keller :)
you're getting there. looks nice, the gradient in the back makes bending lines (just a bit) which I would get rid of, also the duplicated grey shading in the back shouldn't be necessary which also looks not good on your logo, maybe adjust the lines thickness of the logo a bit.
the E also has a shape of the upper part of a heart, maybe play with that.
I'd also try different to do some different concepts, I posted a project on behance about my process, I had like 5 or 6 concepts until I get to the final one, so I hope to see more logo drafts from you! :)
Yeah, making something for yourself is probably the hardest project in most of cases. I agree with Daniel about the background and grey 'shadow'. But if you'd not like to make other proposals(which I do not recommend), then for me the E letter is too close and near the connect of them both it makes a little distortion and now it kinda looks like a modified pi symbol:) but I like it tho. Keep up!:).
@Filip you have some good points! but I'm curious, why exactly you're not recommending other proposals?
for example compare my first logo proposal of my experiment marathon, with my final one, there's like 4 or 5 proposals in between before I got that final one. and learned a lot from that.
I respect your opinion, I'm just curious why you're not recommending it to her! :)
@Daniel KellerNoooo, did I spell it wrong? Ooops. I recommend not to stay with one, sorry for the inconvenience:)
I remember my adventures from while ago with personal, first(thank God) didn't make it to the internet, second was already in use, and finally I ended up with what I have now:)
@Filip readed it again, you said it right, but you could've simply take away the 2 "not"... don't worry, it was my fault! ;)
we should stop spamming her now. :P
Thanks guys, and yes I have done a lot of drawings these days and there are other options, will post them as soon as they are polished! And now that you said that @Filip Pietroń I do see the pi lol. And @Daniel Keller I do see the bending lines on the gradient do you have any tip on how to make them go away?
@Taly if you want to keep the gradient, a decent grain effect would help I think.... but my recommendation is simply removing the gradient, it's your choice tho! :)
It's lovely already! Put some work in it and it will kick asses!
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