First I have to say a big THANK YOU to CJ Zilligen for drafting me! Hope you enjoy my future posts, as much as I'll enjoy sharing them.
Concept here was pretty simple, try and find a way to combine the super simplified style of the Dolphin Stadium logo, which has been rumoured to be the inspiration of the upcoming Dolphins rebrand, with their current identity so that the history and heritage wont be completely lost.
Would love to hear everyone's feedback. Thanks for viewing.
about 1 year ago
Nice to see you on here, Steve. I enjoy this concept but I would "sharpen" it up a bit. It's kind of round and fluffy at the moment. All the key lines are rounded which makes it cute. Get it a little closer to the Dolphin Stadium logo and you'll really have something.
Cool debut! Welcome to Dribble :)
Welcome, Steve! Glad to see you on board.
Great job, Steve! Welcome!
I agree with @Bob on this one! Sharper outlines so it won't be so "cute". Apart from this, it's awesome!
That's pretty cool! Welcome to dribbble @Steve!
Cool shot, welcome to the site!
No problem at all! It's great to have you on dribbble! :)
Thanks for the welcomes and the compliments, they're much appreciated.
@Bob Schultz and @Radu Jianu I deliberately didn't make the logo very sharp. Dolphins to me aren't sharp and aggressive like sharks, they're smart, fast and intelligent. The sharpness of the Dolphin Stadium logo is actually one of the things I dont like about it, but with that said maybe I could make the curved endings to the fins smaller so they appear more pointed and make the white keyline sharp and that might be enough. What do you think?
Yup @Steve! That is exactly what I was talking about, the white keyline to be sharp. ;)
Nice shot! I like your concept here in terms of 'smart, fast, and intelligent'. Maybe you can do something to highlight these intended attributes. Give the mascot some reference.
Cheers and welcome to the game!
Sup Steve, welcome. Nice shot.
Well done. Swish!
12 months ago
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