Thought this could be a fun rebound thing, here. I've decided to show how design can change due to time and developing skills. Two rhino logos, same project, three years apart.
Let's see some others!
5 months ago
Nice work, man. Crazy how much a difference 3 years makes...
Isn't it fun to see growth in such a tangible way? Looks great.
You're going places.
Nice. Just wait until you get to 10 or 15! ;)
More fast more furious! ;D
by Connor Brandt
Good idea from CJ! I decided to try this out with my Indian logo.
4 months ago
by Mark Crosby
I really liked CJ's idea and decided to show my own. Due to lost files I don't have a whole lot of my old stuff, but this is plenty to explain just how far I've come.
by Brandon Moore
one on left is from fall of 2010 and the one on right from fall of 2011. was done for my CoD clan. havent had the time to do an update this season but i should make some time. its one of my personal favorite logos i've done
EDIT - i couldnt resist. check the attachment :)
There's no question that your work is STRONG and gets better everyday. In the future you may want to look at slightly simplifying your logos. Removing a few of the subtle highlights, notches and complex elements may create more impacting marks.
4 months ago
I can't wait to see your stuff three years from now man! ;)
by Doug Houvener
I am glad I've been practicing. I'll put it that way.
Good idea, @CJ Zilligen!
by Paul Wronski
Cool cluster of shots going on...interesting to see everyone's progress over time...
by Quentin Brehler
These are pretty old but I'm a big fan of this thread, @CJ Zilligen! Despite the mascot evolving this was the closest example I had of a mark's progression over the years.
by CJ Zilligen
Another one that was pretty neat, I thought.
Digging through some old files this morning and came across all of my old marks that I've used for my brand. Thought this would be a cool shot to add to the collection.
(This also exposes my indecisiveness, but oh well!)
I dig! I'll have look back and put my new skillz to use! Haha
3 months ago
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