This is how the final turned out:
over 3 years ago
hmm..think this one is better imo
Absolutely love this Sean. The subtle Z is perfect. I don't know what the client does but the tear drop shape and colors convey a great relaxing mood. I thought about possibly rounding the corners for a softer look but honestly I wouldn't change a thing.
Definitely like this one much more. You can actually make the letters Z, A & O if you look at it in different angles. Nice shot Sean.
Yeah, I agree with Alvin. It's just a Z, but I can also see an A and an O in there. Great work.
Ugh, wow. This is really great. One minor thing, the top right portion of the drop has a small imperfection, likely where you joined the two shapes. I would smooth that out, and then you're good imo.
Much much better than the first one, Sean. Great work! :)
This kills sean! Awesome awesome awesome!!
@Anthony, yeah I see that. I haven't joined the shapes yet. I'll be doing the 6400 zoom later :)
Yeah, that's awesome...
This is about 1,000,000 times better than the other, really digging it.
This is amazing!
Much much stronger than the previous one. Great work Sean!
I like this one too Sean. Nice job.
This one is even better Sean! Fantastic work.
Beautiful! Great work.
Although, it reminds me of fire more than water, perhaps if it were more bulbous and didn't have the slight curve at the tip, it would look more like water to me.
This is great!
I think it would read as a "Z" more if the top part was shorter.
Really elegant mark!
I didn't see the "Z" initially but when I read who it was for I immediately saw a Z, A, and O as well. Great colors too.
Huge improvement over the first one. I am a huge fan of this style of logo and you have pulled this one off for sure! Very modern and I can also see an Z, A and O in it ;)
I think it's a real piece of art here. Regardless that the 'Z" wasn't instantly visible. Not sure if that's the intention.
Beautiful mark and love these colors!
This is the shit.
Gorgeous mark Sean!
Love this, when the join is sorted it'll be perfect. Great colour too!
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