WIP question mark/ lightning bolt mark.
5 months ago
I dig it. It starts to look like an ear after a while.
Cool idea, but I don't know if I would have gotten the question mark.
This is good.
I got it but something seems off. Not sure what it is just yet.
My first thought, was also an ear!
I'm with @Bill S Kenney , something seems a bit off when its larger, but smaller I saw the question mark right away.
Interesting concept, but i have to agree with these other creatives... something is off.
I agree with @Bill S Kenney and @Jared Granger I think for me; it seems heavier to the right side. had this idea http://d.pr/i/nSbY/4XU13T1w but didn't want nor, do I want to look like an A-hole for posting it. so don't think that!!
@Nick Jarvis Looks great man!
it's just a thought, I mean, i felt like a total tool even putting it up.
I want to see something in the negative space of the upper piece, maybe there's an opportunity for something there?
Good idea... needs to be "curvy-er" I think. Like this: http://www.google.com/webfonts/specimen/Bitter
@Nick Jarvis @Sean Farrell Excellent mark man. I saw the question mark right away. It really depends on the brand and what they are looking for. If subtle/artsy is better than this work (with some cleaning up). If they want blatant then probably another round is due. Nick, you said you felt like a 'tool' haha... made me laugh. Thank God we can actually use dribbble to communicate better ways to do things on here. Nobody critiques well anymore. Good job to both of you.
I immediately see the question mark. Isn't it interesting how different people see things so differently? BTW, I really how you matched the slope of the inside of the question mark's hook to the stroke to its right.
Thanks for the critique guys. Thus the WIP mention. Love having some more sets of eyes to look at it.
Very cool! I saw the question mark right away too, but folks have good suggestions.
Nice work as always!
Is it for Harry Potter Jeopardy? :) I first saw a coat hanger, then an ear, then a question mark. Maybe that says more about me though.
thanks @John Howard!
Looks fantastic! I also saw the ear first.
I think why it looks off is because of the dot that isn't aligned with the top object but that could be me.
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