And for this who mentioned it, heres what it looks like with a) a 2px black drop shadow (set to overlay) and a black version which clashes a little too much for my liking
over 1 year ago
The black R is much easier to look at
much prefer the white version Nik :)
White version all day long m8
I'm preferring the white one without the drop shadow (1st shot)... Kinda wondering what it'd look like with the R pressed in or maybe just plain cut out though. Its pretty awesome though :) just my eyes being curious
Definitely prefer the original white version. Great work though, love the retro feel of this
I agree with @Michael Wilson the black one is easier to look at, but doesn't look as nice as the white one @Nik Gill .
@Alan Horne @Michael Wilson might be my eyes, but the black one contrasts too much with my eyes, which I liken to reading black text on a red background.
Think it definitely needs some daylight hours work time on it!
@Rob Mayes cheers for the suggestions fella
Be interesting to see how it reads at a smaller size? Assuming its primary environment is your site? Its 6 of one, half a dozen of the other for me
@Nik Gill I refer the first one of all three :)
@Ben Powell yeah, it'll need a little more development... not bad for half an hour at gone midnight! needs some further development though for definite
not fond of the black one, the drop shadow works a little better on the white one, but like @Rob Mayes I wouldn't mind seeing an pressed version.
The white version is cool. The shape reminds me of darts flights
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