This is another logo concept made for the same project of my previous shot. I think the process reveals all the concept clearly, but it a tree/hands/roots combo.
Let me know what do you think about it, buddies. :
PS. I think the positive version look more vibrant and the negative one loose the hands, what you think about it?
about 1 year ago
WOW this is incredible
How come today if you don't use a fancy blur/effect nothing looks good? Great concept nonetheless.
Love the colors in this one!
NICE!! I love it :)
works super well Breno!
This is so neat!
Looks great! Shouldn't the hands be flipped horizontally? I assume they're facing upwards, if so, the thumbs should be on the opposite side. I don't know how you planned it. Just thinking out loud :)
intense and nicely done! Love this
@David Gutierrez Good point, man!
This was initially a mistake (haha), but seeing again I thought it could suggest a bond of two people instead of just one showing a path or something.
Since this is just a concept, not a final version, I'm just sketching around, maybe with reverse thumbs it will look better, don't know, I must try. :)
Cool shapes. Curious as to how do your intricate and detailed marks render at smaller scale or what your plan is.
Oh, my god
Way to go, @Tony. I guess the client don't wanna go in this direction, but if so, there's a lot of work refining this mark to fit any smaller scales requirements. :)
Great concept and presentation. I'd tattoo this on me o.O
Nice idea, @Paul! would look amazing as a tattoo :D
@Lucian I like this blur effect a lot, give some kind of motion sense for anything. But it's just a way to present, nothing regard the logo concept or so. :)
love. love. love.
I love it!
Ooooohhh, treeeee!!! :P
This is so amazing. Really great execution!
Really great, I would never seen the hands if not for the animation.
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