Another concept similar to the V3, with the help of my friend @Noxdzine
I need to pick one up, so please help me and check out the attachment :) 1, 2, 3 or 4 ?! Thanks !
about 1 year ago
Totally in love with this one, except that at first glance I thought the 'J' was an 'L. This is a tough one.
Really nice, my favorite I think :)
I like this one the most. Very nice smooth curves.
I agree with @Milosz, this one is my fav, and as I went through the same road as you by designing my personal monogram, I know how hard it is (if you look at my past shots, you see the progress)
and I'm still not sure if that's the right one.
Neat! Well done buddy!
I like the simplicity of v1, but I think the thicks and thins of v2 compliment the elegance of the flourishes.
I'm torn between 1 and 2. They have very distinct tones, so pick the one that fits the tone you're going for :)
This one is elegant but I really like the v1 : simple, clear, modern.
Très belle celle la !
+ classique avec les pleins et déliés. C'est + raffiné, moins posé (sérieux)...pt etre trop "girly" :p ^^ bon avec les couleurs ça passe plutot bien aussi...
V1 for me, it has a classical feeling but looks definitely contemporary!
Nice work man, designing for yourself is always the toughest!
Definitely V3 for me :)
La 2 sans hésitation. Très propre et rafinée, plus légère et moderne visuellement que la 3 et 4 (réussies également, mais trop old school pour toi je trouve)
A comparo avec la V3, je choisi la V3, j'ai balancé un "perfect" tout à l'heure au niveau visuel, mais ça me fait pensé à un logo d'hotel de luxe en fait....je pense à cause de la liaison entre les deux lettre.
La symétrie fonctionne bien, mais sans liaison finalement ça passe mieux
Donc la V3.
Donc la v1 sur la piece jointe ?
Thanks everybody for your feedback, appreciate it :) It'll be a tough decision...
For me, it's between this one and V3... They both have a different feel to them and come across in slightly different ways. This one is more classic and elegant because of the curves and more prominent stroke contrast. The 'J' is perhaps a little less obvious, but in context I think it would make sense.
v1, pour moi
Looks good @Julien! We poor folks with "J" as the first letter of our name, it's so hard to work with! This works well because it's ambigramic and if it's not too legible it can always be used as an icon! I'd go with v3 personally, but all of them look good.
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