Showing some development from initial concept to a logo that works. I wrote a few lines about this step of my logo design process, you can give it a read here.
3 months ago
The one on the right for me
Great work @Vic Bell
Left! Warmer and more quaint.
sooo good line work over here!
Thanks for the feedback guys, this is great! :)
Love them both, but the one on the left steals my heart.
They're both great but I think the one on the right has better scalability.
Nice read, it's great to see how you come up with something like this! (because I clearly cant do it, but this is an extra lesson in the thinking process ^^') thanks!
Excellent work @Vic, loving everything about it.
Right! Cool work ;)
Really nice. I love reading about process as well. It's always so interesting. I like that you make a point to hold on to your illustrative background. You're right, it's definitely what is giving your work its character.
The version you ended up with is perfect. I love the fluidity of the lines.
Not sure how I found your work on Dribbble, but I sure am glad I did :)
Looks like fun. That's the feeling I get when I'm looking at these. :)
Love the idea and imagination on this project!
Definitely nice seeing how you simplified the mark. Love the final outcome.
Thanks so much guys, the comments are making me smile so much. So glad you enjoyed the post too :)
Those are some really simplification skills.
The right one is just perfect !
Very nice, i love it.
Only thing I'd say is it would be cool to see the bottom of the flag continue into the line that connects the balloon, so basically that it's one continuous line on the same angle. If that makes sense?
Just my point of view :)
Well done! I like the simplicity of the right… but I'd love to see the flag pole have the same angle as the rest of the lines. Also, did you try putting the "wind line" centered on the propeller?
Love this logo! Also, thanks for writing about the process, that was a very clear and interesting read.
Loving the right - i so badly want to see it animated!
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