I'm working on another apparel brand, I drew up some custom script logos. Any preference, green or brown? (for lettering or color)
I attached a bunch of my initial sketches as well, if anyone cares for that sort of thing.
3 months ago
The first type (yellow) with the second color palette (orange).
These are both fantastic Dan, I love both scripts! I am more partial to the brown/orange.
Prefer the orange on brown. Maybe yellow and green just makes me think of john deere too much.
See what I did there ;) Do you see it? Dan, tell me you see it. Dan. Hey. Dan. It's a play on amazing but with an "O" in front of it like the logo.
I think the first O in the green and yellow one is a bit tough to read, probably just me tho. Nice looking script work Dan!
I like the condensed script but prefer the orange MILLS. Not sure what they'd look like together, may be too much. Sweet stuffs.
Didn't catch the "O" in the first one, digging the color palette in the second. Nice type!
I love that first one. The second is a little more legible though. I think if you could make the O in the first one read a little quicker, that would be perfect.
Green. A million times Green.
Fantastic stuff. I vote first one for sure. The logotype is super tight, and the green/yellow works awesome with something called "mills". Reminds me of agriculture. You know, John Deere and all..
LOVE the O'H ligature in the green/yellow one. And while I immediately think Packers, that's a helluva lot better than the fucking Browns.
I agree with @Evan Huwa, I think it's a little hard to distinguish the O and the H in the green/yellow example and is more clear in the brown/orange. I think I also prefer the A in the g/y over the one in the b/o. Both are looking great, though!
The Green is great. And, I like the tightness of the script as well.
Go for the green!
I've come back to sneak a peek at the green/yellow one about 5 times today. That condensed type makes for a strong, strong mark. Excellent work!
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