On that note with my last concept, yikes! Everything seems to have been done. :( This was another concept for a company who does high end, well done films that documents the bride and groom leading up to and their wedding day. They had talked about possibly letterpressing this if they went this way.
about 1 year ago
absolutely solid work. Great name too BTW.
i really do like this, sean. it's orignal and has just enough of your style stamped with it. keep your head up, happens to the best of us...and you my friend, certainly are one of the 'best of us'.
Beautiful composition and very well balanced.
I'm blown away by this dude. You rock.
looks great sean!
This is interesting man. Two small things. Have you tried getting rid of the dot in the O. It seems to be drawing a little too much attention. Also, have you tried extending the bottom of the I in Film just a bit to close up the gap some more between the I and O? All the other spacing between letters is tighter. Looking good, Sean. You must be ready to finish this one up!
Appreciate all the comments, thanks!
@Kevin Burr Thanks, Kevin. The dot in the O was a subtle way to work in the inference of a camera. I know it's vague but if you look at the dot (lens) and the horizontal lines above and below it and think camera you can (or cannot) see it. Probably a weird idea but that's why the dot in there. Good call on the I, definitely should fill in there and probably align with the bottom stroke of the L. Thanks again, bud!
looking very nice Sean, sorry for the other symbol, really liked that but this is a great new direction.
I agree with Kevin, personally, when looking at it I did not spot the camera there, also maybe try removing the inner "horizontal" strokes so that the o is more in alignment with the other letter.
@Florin Capota Hi Florin! Thanks for chiming in. Yeah, can you believe the other mark? Amazing, I wouldn't have ever thought a similar concept would be out there like that. It's happened to me once before. I agree with your suggestions about the O, no question I need to abandon that idea. Regarding the inner horizontal strokes, I'm thinking when I abandon the camera inference maybe I should just get rid of those horizontal lines all together?
Lookin' great, man.
@Stelian Vasile Hey, man! Great to hear from you, thanks!
I liked the previous one more. Is it possible to know who is the author? Link?
This one is also great. Carries a certain amount of Dixieland theme (visual).
@Jovan Petrić Hi Jovan! Thanks for commenting. I agree, the previous concept was great and it was the concept the client had landed on. But it was just too close to another concept out there designed by a big company and is in use by their client. I was shocked! It can happen. So from my perspective I felt I needed to take it down. Glad you like it! I gave them a range of concepts, this is one of a handful. Dixieland theme, interesting!
That was my thinking, would look more in alignment with the other letters without the horizontal lines there :); Cheers
@Sean Heisler It happens to all of us. Subconscious :(
You know those flat circular hats and drums.
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