just something for a project coming up.
10 months ago
Cut it in half to double your reading!
Love this texture @Mike Bruner !
just be ............................... my Hero !!
@Michael George Haddad , @Jacob Rosenburg , @Nuruzzaman Sheikh , @Mark McCoy , @Blake N. Behrens , @James Word and @Type and Signs thank so much for the feedback.
I had also tried one where the head of the worm was at the same height as the rest of the pages. Thought the "W" stood out better, but it felt like it was getting a little busy with the glasses and all. What you think? check out the attachment. http://dribbble.com/shots/920043-Bookworm/attachments/101905
Also have one showing the worm going right, here.
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Compared to the other two you attached the original is the strongest. The one facing right makes me read it right to left because of the worm's face and glasses.
The one facing right makes more sense and more fun, because the eye first reads the W and then you spot the worm at the end of it - pure gem uncle!
@Tomas Vateha nice, nice and nice! THX
@Jacob Rosenburg see your point, but it does feel like the worm is crawling to the left and then it struggles with the word "Bookworm".
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic yeah I do like the more playful feel to it overall with the right version, so I guess I'll just stare at it awhile. They put this project on hold for a bit so I have some time. (Just so it don't go away altogether.) thanks for the critique.
LMAO, Love it.
Triple entendre!!! I love it! Amazing concept, Mike!
Why didn't I think of that! :) Nice!
haha so great Mike, also in favor for the right side version :D
Winner worm Mike!!
Makes me feel all worm and fuzzy. +:-)
Amazing logo and great idea!
The W is much stronger if the worm is facing right. Nicely done.
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