I thought I would attempt to work on a custom type logo. This is pretty new territory for me, but there is something that I kind of like about this basic rough idea.
about 1 year ago
Great start, has a "machined" type feel to it. I would suggest dropping the cut-in on the "E" however.
Thank you @Clif Dixon, I wasn't sure if that was too much. Then again that "E" has some swagger to it for me, so I left it for now. I would love to hear from other great designers with their feedback. Calling you out @Brandon Moore @CJ Zilligen @Kyle Chicoine :D I'm always looking to learn new things and my skin is tough. :D
The cut in the E feels a little too intricate to me. I know it's the same size cut and all that, but where you're taking cuts out of the other letters vs. where you did on the E feels a bit incongruous — making that E seem out of place. I do, however, love everything else about this. Nice work!
Alright, you reeled me in.
I really dig it so far. Sort of a standard athletic block that you'd see on sports letterheads of some sort. That said, I don't really how you have three letters types here: The C and T with the little divits, the plain letters like the U O S M Y and P, and the E with the divit in the middle stem. I think you'd have to sway one way or the other, make them a little more consistent.
I love it though, man. I know how tedious custom type can be. Kudos to you!
Thanks a lot guys, that is the kind of helpful critique that I was looking for! :)
Like it myself and would have to agree to drop the cut on the E.
yea agree with CJ, the interesting part about it is the cuts in the C and T. the E could easily match those by doing the cut on the left side, just like the C. it would be cool to see all the letters have that little notch in it somehwere but if it seems forced, i would just do the C and let the others be this standard-like block.
That is totally what I was thinking I would try when i find time to get back to this @Brandon Moore. Thanks, hope the move went well!
I'd like to see the E with the cut on the back of the stem. And maybe have the O match the C. Nice work!!
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