12 months ago
Thanks @Arno !
Lovely logo! I really like the lion..stunning! :-) @Stevan Rodic
Lion and rock great!! I will love seeing it without back legs anyway looks great already ;)
Thanks mate :) @Tobia !
What you mean by that @Luis ? Like literally half lion half rock? It'll be somehow unfinished without back legs?
@Stevan Rodic I mean the legs that are hidden, just a thought looks awesome already, also love the idea mixing lion and rock ;)
@Luis ...I get it. It looks too flat without them, thanks for your attention bytheway :)
Great Design! but the line that cuts between the back leg and the tail is bothering me, it just looks off
Ok @Stevan Rodic looks great :)
Thanks @Nick ! I'll consider that. Cheers!
Great work Stevan!
Looks good lion face
amazing stuff Stevan, love it! So strong...
Thanks all for following this one. Appreciate! @Crenn , @Marian , @@Andrius , @Deividas , @Muhammad
this rocks, very nice work on the symbol and the typography! just a small critic, I think some lines may be to thin though.
Thanks mate! Nothing beats the critics :) You probably talk bout the gaps on his face. Or? @Alexander Wende
I have to agree with @Luis Lopez Grueiro. Back legs only create confusion IMO. You can thicken some lines as @Alexander Wende suggested.
Just one more thought:
The more I look at the lion the more it looks like he's crouching. Maybe you could give him a more pride breast/pose and more overall height (especially the upper part of the body) this will give you also more negative space between the four legs / stomach which would look more balanced imho
this was a advice worth gold. The clients feedback was that the lion is already too proud:) so I make him a bit humble. But the height is what is lacking all the time. Thanks mate @Alexander Wende
Damn, there is no end to awesome lion logos.
Thanks @Jord ! It's always nice to hear your words :)
Glad I could help, looking forward to the final solution ;)
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