working on a air museum logo, Initials F, A, M, plus trying to work in a subtle hit of an eagle feel.
earlier stages but I think I'm hitting on something that might work out.
4 months ago
NICE one pops! I see it all in there and saw the eagle first thing! Is there a specific order of letters that you'd like for people to see? I saw Eagle, A, F, M if you're curious.
@Jared Granger gald you saw everything. I'm not as concerned as far as the order for now. I think once I have the name in it should cover that. But the fact it isn't real obvious is fine, I think. The main thing is that it take on that air force feel with the eagle winning first glance. THX, Bud, appreciate the comment.
Also attached a reverse version in the attachment. Check it out, if you care.
Really love this. Even looks like the eagle is wearing a medallion. Feels perfect for an air museum.
Very nice and I think spot on, Mike. I hope the client will choose this.
Famtastic work Mike!
Dear Lord this is awesome.
@Ben Stafford nice catch on the medallion. I had tried as a star, but it got a tad busy. Thanks for the comment.
@Inka Mathew always nice to hear from you, thanks, and yeah I am hoping the client goes this route. THX.
@Roko Kerovec thanks, bud.
@Jeremy Mansfield thank you sir.
nice work. love the feel so far. I am seeing everything you are going for. Can't wait to see the final lockup.
I love how you varied how the wings connect to the A.
The eagle is visible at first sight. Really great!
love it !!!
Great work Mike. Very well balanced, even with all the detail.
Yup! Nailed! Next! :)
Dont change a thing.
I think the Eagle is a lot more noticeable than the letters. But it's a great mark, I love it.
@Mike Let them think what they will. With the title included, it's a great mark and people who see it will see those concepts flush out as they ponder. Great work!
2 months ago
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