Here is the final version of my unicorn. I cannot tell you much about the company.
I did loads of tweaking to the unicorn, and I am happy with how it turned out. The client requested this logo treatment. I have added the simple version as an attachment.
So, how do you like it? :)
4 months ago
L O V E L Y !
I am formally requesting this on a t-shirt... for... um... my daughter.
Looks great. Really refined and clean now and that little bevel treatment is actually pretty nice.
Great logo! Real subtle detailing.
I just love that gradient.
very nice! love the simple version but the treatment is great to!
Yap, that's it. Good job.
Nicely done sir, really nicely done
Love it, Jord.
Are your clients requesting it all the time or are you really that huge sucker for a blue color? :)
Much prefer this one. He doesn't look angry now, more.. focused
This is so good!
Great improvement in a great unicorn, love how you smooth those angles ;)
That's badass. Both the simple version and this one are so solid. The effect on this one makes it appear that he's turning his head. Great.
@Muhammad Ali Effendy @Kevin Halley @Bilal Khettab @Daniel Marina @Don van der Zaan @Thorsten Beeck @Owen Jones @Jure Tovrljan Thanks lads!
@Jory Raphael In pink? My girl would dig that too. Will ask my client. ;)
@Sean Heisler Thanks! It took a lot of tweaking to get it right.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Haha both! It just looks friendly. But yeah, I need to work on that. ;)
@James ✌ Thanks mate!
@Luis Lopez Grueiro Thanks mate! Looking at your stuff, I can see you appreciate clean vectors. :)
Lovely work, Jord.
your best work yet! fantastic logo
Love the little adjustments that were made and honestly I like the simple gradient that was added! Awesome stuff.
Very nice job Larkie. The subtle, circular effect on her neck is ace.
great work @Jord Riekwel
I prefer when the horn is connected with the circle
I seriously love this. Great lines, smooth yet sharp.
So much stronger, brill!
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