Constructing a mark between deadlines...
about 1 year ago
As opposed to Nathan's logo design process which goes something like...
"Ah just reduce that circle by about 90% aye, and ooh move that a couple pixels... Lol what's this grid you speak of? Seems about right. But - wait, how did that path get there? Damn. Oops, gotta rotate that... 43.8975° should be alright, let's just hope I don't have to make any drastic changes... *nervous laugh* "
Haha nice work is what I'm trying to say.
I N C E P T I O N
Accurate and impressing work!
Is this what CS6 AI looks like or are you using a different program?
Rock solid as always! Appreciate the accuracy of your work and the way you stick to few measures and follow your grid all the way through!
Feels like the Darma Initiative. Which is a good thing of course.
@Patrick As long as it's geometric I'm in! Now I feel like a scientist :)
This looks great big or small without knowing what it's for but I'm sure it fits the business it's going to. Well done Gert, again!
Hey, cool! Just a heads up, I believe Sean Farrell did something like this ages ago. Not meanin' anything by it, just a notice.
@Bouké That would have been a massive coincidence if they were the same, since I'm not aware of it at all...
Awesome work as usual!
@Joe Prince i think it is VectorScribe plugin for Illustrator
@Joe @Okan It's VectorSribe indeed. It's an amazing plug-in for Illustrator that you should give a try once Joe.
12 months ago
@Gert as a first time commenter of your work, first off: Congrats! Seldomly seen such perfectly crafted logos.
And then: I really, really, really can't thank you enough for the hint to the astutegraphics plugins! Somehow never came across them in all those years.
But as an illustrator power user regretting that despite owning a good tablet, Ai never was such a great tool to dimply draw (and that real precision work always has been a tedious task) they have completely turned my world around in the last few hours already.
I honestly can say this will bring a new dimension of quality and ease of flow to my work, thank you so much!
I like the maze concept~
I've seen it before... www.cohesiva.com
@Maciej I agree these circular designs come in all shapes and sizes. But I have a hard time finding one exactly like this.
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