It's been a long, long time guys...
Well this concept is pretty simple, just tried to combine T+T+F and a magic wand, a fairy wand in fact.
This dashed line suggest a ticket and the wand moves as well.
Any resemblance to a ratchet/ticket gate or metallic structure is not coincidental. :)
Client have requested a really simple proposal, so I'm going on this new track, no sparkles, no butterflies.
Let me know your thoughs on it, I hope everything makes sense.
10 months ago
Particularmente eu achava que a primeira (sem a fadinha, só ticket com asas) comunicava muito bem.
Mas essa é ótima, ainda mais simples e comunica bem.
Although, the gaps in the arms ear make the F/T look a little like ships mainmast with sail. It's little hard to unsee, when noticed.
This is really great!
Thank you all, guys.
I'm considering everything. :)
yeah I see a mast and rolled up sails.. but I love the mark
I saw it as well. but just now.
I'll try to make it more edgy, like the client have requested, this must be a route to solve this semiotic problem. :)
Thanks @Kris Todd and @Adam Kiss for the heads up.
Super nice man! its been awhile, on vacations my friend?
More or less, @Java!
Actually I'm working on my new office! :)
cool! i like the idea and think its pretty clever. the form, however, could have been a little stronger in the middle of your process. it could be worth exploring more or i could be dead wrong.
I love seeing the process. good luck!
this is nice! simplicity the best!
Moito bon !!
I'm not sure I like the dashes / see the ticket in there.
cool vid, it was very interesting to check it:)
i love this.
Looks great, Breno. While I don't see a ticket or a ticket gate, I do see the wand and the T-T-F very easily, and I like those elements. Looks very dynamic.
9 months ago
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