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  1. Marc Clancy Marc Clancy

    Some alternative lockups using the tail element but making it look less like a 'P'. Also recoloured the logo to more of a fox red with blue background. Not exactly sure what the tagline will say below the logo so it's just a placeholder at the moment.

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    5 months ago

  2. Mohamed Mohamed

    Awesome work, Loved the design No. 2 looks great!

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  3. Adam Heller Adam Heller

    I agree. No. 2 rocks.

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  4. Ian Mintz Ian Mintz

    Love the tail at the tail of "tail."

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  5. Marko Jotic Marko Jotic

    More awesome than v1. :)

    5 months ago

  6. Igor Štumberger Igor Štumberger

    Awesome! I taught that the bottom one says Tails because the tail looks a bit like the letter s :)

    5 months ago

  7. Jon Mills Jon Mills

    I was gonna suggest the tail at left in your other post, but the tail on the right is also alluring. Either way, these both look better than the first round. That said, I'm still thinking left is the way to go as it leads into the logo rather than capping it off- I feel the tail gets more attention paid to it that way.

    As for color, these are a step in the right direction, but overall it's pretty dark where I feel it should be light. I also agree with whoever it was in your first post that suggested going with red on the logo instead of orange. Red is more common on cars than orange, yes, but it is also a very indicative color of paint and painted craft. Just look at the Sherwin-Williams logo, for instance.

    5 months ago

  8. Jon Mills Jon Mills

    Ah, I see you went "reddish" in these versions, but not full-on red. Well, I understand the hesitation, but I hope you at least play with it in some actually red values and see how it looks ;)

    5 months ago

  9. Isaac Grant Isaac Grant

    The top one sucks and the bottom one is awesome. You choose.

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  10. Ryan O. Hicks Ryan O. Hicks

    The bottom one just makes more sense, but for some reason I'm drawn to the top one more.

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  11. hyper design hyper design

    No. 2

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  12. Skirmantas Raila° Skirmantas Raila°

    Agree with @Ryan O. Hicks

    5 months ago

  13. Jordi Tambillo Jordi Tambillo

    Last one!

    5 months ago

  14. Milosz Falinski Milosz Falinski

    I think I like the original one best.

    It was the most balanced optically. One might argue that a 'tail' should be at the end of something, but these 2 versions feel like they'd be much more difficult to work with, as the optical centre is way off the actual middle of the mark.

    As an aside, because of the positioning and angle being more natural, the original tail feels like it relates closer to a brush than these two do.

    Whichever one you go with, keep up the good work :)

    5 months ago

  15. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    Like them both, but definitely agree that the tail on the end makes the most sense.

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  16. Donna DeSousa Donna DeSousa

    I like the bottom one.

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  17. Garrett Bolin Garrett Bolin

    2

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  18. Lemur Design Lemur Design

    Top!

    5 months ago

  19. Damian Vila Damian Vila

    For some reason I can't explain, I like the first one. But the second makes more sense.

    (totally agree with Ryan O. Hicks and Kevin Burr).

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    5 months ago

  20. Aliz Buzas Aliz Buzas

    No 2. :)

    5 months ago

  21. Csaba Gyulai Csaba Gyulai

    Epic tail! :) Number 2.

    5 months ago

  22. Shane Cahill Shane Cahill

    Number two, seeing as it's on the tail of the letter and not the arm.

    5 months ago

  23. Sabri Suby Sabri Suby

    #2 ;)

    5 months ago

  24. Pedro Vieira Pedro Vieira

    no. 2 is so good! great job!

    5 months ago

  25. Mathijs Lemmers Mathijs Lemmers

    Like number two more but, as some already said: it looks like a 's'.
    Can't think of anything to fix that though!

    5 months ago

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